Quiet Hacker News

  1. Georgia Tech Creates Cybersecurity Master’s Degree Online for Less Than $10k (news.gatech.edu)
  2. Pixelblaze V2 – an advanced LED pattern development engine and controller (bhencke.com)
  3. A high bias low-variance introduction to Machine Learning for physicists (physics.bu.edu)
  4. Bleak New Estimates in Drug Epidemic: A Record 72,000 Overdose Deaths in 2017 (nytimes.com)
  5. A dull, resilient stream processor in Go (github.com)
  6. Botched CIA Communications System Helped Blow Cover of Chinese Agents (foreignpolicy.com)
  7. Katie's New Face (nationalgeographic.com)
  8. Dissecting a Shader Quine (gpfault.net)
  9. Electricity Map - Live CO2 emissions of electricity consumption (electricitymap.org)
  10. What else is in Go 1.11? (talks.godoc.org)
  11. Dugout Loop (boringcompany.com)
  12. Exploring Error Handling Patterns in Go (8thlight.com)
  13. Leo Editor (leoeditor.com)
  14. Remix is hiring Software Engineers to build better public transit and cities (jobs.lever.co)
  15. What makes Paris look like Paris? (2012) (cacm.acm.org)
  16. Search Engine for Web Page Source Code with 300M Sites Indexed (publiccom)
  17. A tweet storm explaining the history and state of Ethereum's Casper research (twitter.com)
  18. Introducing the Windows Pseudo Console (ConPty) (blogs.msdn.microsoft.com)
  19. An introduction to libuv (nikhilm.github.io)
  20. Pixel Objectness (vision.cs.utexas.edu)
  21. Show HN: A chrome extension that fades out old links on HN/Reddit/News sites (chrome.google.com)
  22. Amazon in Running to Acquire Landmark Movie Chain (bloomberg.com)
  23. Inside the die of Intel's 8087 coprocessor chip, root of modern floating point (righto.com)
  24. Newlib-nano – Embedded C library for smaller systems (keithp.com)
  25. Google Needs to Come Clean About Its Chinese Plans (eff.org)
  26. SQLite – The “server-process-edition” branch (sqlite.org)
  27. Show HN: Simple way to obtain pseudorandomness from CPU context switch in Go (github.com)
  28. The TTY demystified (2008) (linusakesson.net)
  29. Reversing the effects of long programming sessions (poppastring.com)
  30. Markov Chains Explained Visually (2014) (setosa.io)