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Dev links #1: 30 articles and products that may interest you

tomaszs2 profile image Tomasz Smykowski ・3 min read

Here is a list of 30 articles, services, projects and products that I have found interesting during last two weeks. These revolve around programming, technology and other stuff

  1. Polish ezine for young programmers has a giveaway https://programistajr.pl/programista-junior-nr-07-do-pobrania-za-darmo-tylko-do-7-lutego/
  2. A famous polish phpBB modder develops a shopping platform https://SkyShop.pl
  3. Marko Denic created a Markdown Preview Tool https://denic.hashnode.dev/markdown-preview
  4. A proposal for a new history API https://github.com/WICG/proposals/issues/20
  5. Ianhan shared his demo fonts https://github.com/ianhan/BitmapFonts/blob/main/08X08-F1.png
  6. A new browser promises to enable users to make it easier to create knowledge from online browsing https://sifted.eu/articles/beam/
  7. GameStop is using it's time by focusing on digital https://news.gamestop.com/news-releases/news-release-details/gamestop-appoints-chief-technology-officer
  8. A simple explanation what happened to GameStop stock price https://ruinmyweek.com/reddit/gamestop-wallstreet-stocks-simple-explanation/
  9. Robinhood is pushing for real time settlement https://blog.robinhood.com/news/2021/2/2/its-time-for-real-time-settlement
  10. Decentralized internet based on torrent protocol https://zeronet.io/
  11. How we have discovered the number zero https://www.discovermagazine.com/planet-earth/how-we-discovered-the-number-zero
  12. A web based collaborative IDE for programmers https://repl.it/
  13. Stadia won't serve new in-house developed games afaik https://blog.google/products/stadia/focusing-on-stadias-future-as-a-platform-and-winding-down-sge
  14. A developer shares his progress during three years as a solo dev https://mtlynch.io/solo-developer-year-3/
  15. Games can help remote teams https://slideswith.com/blog/games-for-remote-team-building
  16. Chicago Museum publishes an API https://www.artic.edu/articles/902/public-access-to-our-public-presence-sharing-our-api
  17. Iran blogger shares his thoughts about what happens to the internet https://www.theguardian.com/technology/2015/dec/29/irans-blogfather-facebook-instagram-and-twitter-are-killing-the-web
  18. Rack made of IKEA table https://wiki.eth0.nl/index.php/LackRack
  19. Uniwidth typefaces https://uxdesign.cc/uniwidth-typefaces-for-interface-design-b6e8078dc0f7
  20. The problem with one of American vaccines appointment systems https://www.technologyreview.com/2021/01/30/1017086/cdc-44-million-vaccine-data-vams-problems/
  21. Streaming video over WebRTC https://blog.maxwellgale.com/2021/01/30/streaming-video-over-webrtc-using-ffmpeg/
  22. A secure chat app Element https://element.io/
  23. What is new in PHP 8.1 https://stitcher.io/blog/new-in-php-81
  24. How to price SaaS https://www.bannerbear.com/blog/don-t-charge-a-month-for-your-product/
  25. Do hobbyists create better board games? https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0048733320302481
  26. A tool to trick people into thinking you are using the latest fancy framework https://postmodernize.telnet.asia/
  27. Is it necessary to write JavaDoc for every param? https://softwareengineering.stackexchange.com/questions/75593/is-it-necessary-to-write-a-javadoc-comment-for-every-parameter-in-a-methods-sig
  28. New way to create websites with Hotwire https://delitescere.medium.com/hotwire-html-over-the-wire-2c733487268c
  29. Developers spend most of the time reading the system https://blog.feenk.com/developers-spend-most-of-their-time-figuri-7aj1ocjhe765vvlln8qqbuhto/
  30. Open source Wifi password sharing Apple style https://github.com/seemoo-lab/openwifipass

If you the list, share, like, follow etc. These are signals for me that it may be worth to take the effort to create another post with such links.

Also, you can check out Summon The JSON, it is my project of printed card games that help to learn programming: https://summonthejson.com

And Assistant for Vscode. It is an extension that enables you to easily add "inline" notes to your code shown based on rules.

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