I have talked about human filters and my plan for digital curation. These items are the fruits of those ideas, the items I deemed worthy from my Google Reader feeds. These items are a combination of tech business news, development news and programming tools and techniques.
- Basic Machine Learning With K Nearest Neighbor and Racket (Hacker News)
- Paper: Memory Barriers: a Hardware View for Software Hackers (High Scalability)
- Choosing between a Pen Test and a Secure Code Review (Building Real Software)
- Machine Learning Cheat Sheet for scikit-learn (Hacker News)
- Markov.sql: Higher Order Markov Chains (Hacker News)
- Visualizing Hash Functions (Hacker News)
- Building a Hacker News clone in Django – Part 2 (Hacker News)
- A conversation with the Go team (Hacker News)
- Knewton partners with education publishing giant to bring online learning to millions of students (VentureBeat)
- Obstinate Idiocy (S.Lott-Software Architect)
- Dew Drop – June 6, 2013 (#1,562) (Alvin Ashcraft's Morning Dew)
- Roots – Better CSS (Hacker News)
- Year 1 of the Revolution: Complete Novice to Skilled Developer (Hacker News)
- College grad hacks ICSE, ISC results, shows up India’s cyber flaws (Hacker News)
- Builder Pattern: Good for code, great for tests (Java Code Geeks)
- OVF? OVA? VMDK? – File Formats and Tools for Virtualization (Java Code Geeks)
- Five More Things Deadly to Scalability (Architects Zone – Architectural Design Patterns & Best Practices)
- Android Development: Your First Steps (Javalobby – The heart of the Java developer community)
- Instrument Java code your way: TraceView Java API (Javalobby – The heart of the Java developer community)
- Stop Scaring Everyone and Speed Up Your Releases (Javalobby – The heart of the Java developer community)
- Get Your Focus Right (Agile Zone – Software Methodologies for Development Managers)
- The Daily Six Pack: June 6, 2013 (Dirk Strauss)
- Report: NSA Secretly Collecting Phone Records Of All U.S. Verizon Calls (TechCrunch)
- Keywords Still Matter (Blind Five Year Old)
- Serialization and injection (Agile Zone – Software Methodologies for Development Managers)
- Build Your Own Lucene Codec! (OpenSource Connections | Solr, Big Data, and NoSQL consultants)
- Shutterstock launches new learn-to-code site, Skillfeed (VentureBeat)
- Heroku targets MongoDB with new Postgres V8 feature (GigaOM)
- Platform Updates: New Open Graph Business Object Type (Facebook Developer Blog)
- Using Square Retrofit REST Client with POJO (Javalobby – The heart of the Java developer community)
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3 thoughts on “Geek Reading June 6, 2013”
What do you plan on using after Google Reader is gone, Sir?
I am down to two choices. Feedly and TheOldReader. My main issue is getting a feed (rss or atom) of my likes/shares. TheOldReader has that, but Feedly does not yet. Feedly is definitely the nicer application, while TheOldReader is actually meant to look like google reader.
Feedly does look nice but I think you will have to use OldReader due to RSS Digit restraint. Excellent Site, by the way..
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