• Kartik Agaram

    Kartik Agaram

    7 months ago
  • Mattia Fregola

    Mattia Fregola

    7 months ago
    Mildly confusing yet strongly fascinating programming environment.https://alpha.trycarbide.com/
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  • Konrad Hinsen

    Konrad Hinsen

    6 months ago
    For those looking for a compilation target: Lambda Calculus in 400 Bytes: https://justine.lol/lambda/.
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  • Mariano Guerra

    Mariano Guerra

    6 months ago
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    Kartik Agaram
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  • shalabh

    shalabh

    6 months ago
    @Geoffrey Litt and collaborators have publishedBuilding data-centric apps with a reactive relational database https://riffle.systems/essays/prelude My understanding of this approach is that you replace all (most of?) your data structures and ad-hoc data sync/copy code within an app with relational tables. IOW, all state (even UI state) is put in a app-wide relational database with well defined queries between tables that automatically trigger on updates. Very interesting approach.
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  • shalabh

    shalabh

    6 months ago
    Recently I discovered convex.dev which on the surface appears like another hosted serverless system, but I find some design decisions very compelling. Here's a direct link to some of the concepts:https://docs.convex.dev/guide/convex-fundamentals/intro I'll post more thoughts in a reply.
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  • karki

    karki

    6 months ago
    https://conf.researchr.org/track/ase-2021/ase-2021-nier-track Might be interesting to folks here - The New Ideas and Emerging Results (NIER) track at ASE (Automated software engineering) provides a vibrant forum for forward looking, innovative research in software engineering. The main goal of the NIER track is to accelerate the exposure of the software engineering community to early yet potentially ground-breaking research results, techniques and perspectives that challenge the status quo in the discipline. The potential types of papers could be: • Visionary forward looking research: exciting new directions or techniques that may have yet to be supported by solid experimental results, but nonetheless supported by strong and well argued scientific intuitions. • Thought provoking reflections: bold and unexpected results and reflections that can help us look at current research directions under a new light, calling for fundamentally new directions of future research.
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  • Konrad Hinsen

    Konrad Hinsen

    6 months ago
    Some interesting thoughts on what it takes to get to an "information age": https://www.incaseofpeace.org/the-age-of-information/
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    Kartik Agaram
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  • Konrad Hinsen

    Konrad Hinsen

    6 months ago
    Many of us want to move away from text. Others want more of it. This is the most extreme TUI (text user interface) project I have seen so far: https://github.com/Textualize/textual CSS-defined themes for the terminal!
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    Mariano Guerra
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  • Mariano Guerra

    Mariano Guerra

    6 months ago
    Tools for the Imagination Age Software to empower the next generation of future-makers. https://progrium.com/ (Video explaining it here

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yKZ15O7zeHY

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