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Four short links: 24 July 2014

By Nat Torkington
July 24, 2014

Neglected Machine Learning Ideas — Perhaps my list is a “send me review articles and book suggestions” cry for help, but perhaps it is useful to others as an overview of neat things. First Crowdfunded Book on Booker Shortlist — …

Four short links: 24 July 2014

By Nat Torkington
July 24, 2014

Neglected Machine Learning Ideas — Perhaps my list is a “send me review articles and book suggestions” cry for help, but perhaps it is useful to others as an overview of neat things. First Crowdfunded Book on Booker Shortlist — …

Four short links: 24 July 2014

By Nat Torkington
July 24, 2014

Neglected Machine Learning Ideas — Perhaps my list is a “send me review articles and book suggestions” cry for help, but perhaps it is useful to others as an overview of neat things. First Crowdfunded Book on Booker Shortlist — …

Bringing Programming Out of Its Temples

By Simon St. Laurent
December 11, 2013

2013 may have seen a tipping point for the popularity of programming. Even people who aren’t programmers are suddenly arguing that it’s a good idea for everyone to learn programming. Computers are now everywhere, traveling with us, common in places …

Toward Explicit State

By Simon St. Laurent
October 23, 2013

Model the flow of data instead of the logic of the program? That’s crazy! How can you encapsulate anything that way? My piece on flow-based programming set off a lot of conversations, notably at Slashdot and Reddit. Many of them …

Transformative Programming

By Simon St. Laurent
October 16, 2013

“Small pieces loosely joined,” David Weinberger’s appealing theory of the Web, has much to say to programmers as well. It always inspires me to reduce the size of individual code components. The hard part, though, is rarely the “small” – …

The stories behind a few O'Reilly "classics"

By Tim O'Reilly
February 17, 2012

Tim O'Reilly: "It's amazing to me how books I first published more than 20 years ago are still creating value for readers."

The stories behind a few O'Reilly "classics"

The stories behind a few O'Reilly
By Tim O'Reilly
February 17, 2012

Tim O'Reilly: "It's amazing to me how books I first published more than 20 years ago are still creating value for readers."

Strata Gems: The timeless utility of sed and awk

By Edd Dumbill
December 6, 2010

Though over 30 years old, the command line utilties sed and awk are still go-to tools for working with data.

Recursively edit files with sed

By Kyle Dent
August 11, 2009

Well duh, that's exactly what sed is designed to do. And nowadays most implementations have the handy -i option that makes changes in place without explicitly using an interim file. Which means that I could reduce the work of typing in the Perl script to a single line at the command prompt...


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