Monthly Archives: February 2013

How to build a news app that never goes down and costs you practically nothing

t’s an opinionated template for building client-side apps, lovingly maintained by Chris, which provides a skeleton for bootstrapping projects that can be served entirely from flat files. Briefly, it ships with: Flask (for rendering the project locally) Jinja (HTML templates) … Continue reading

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Makefiles are machine-readable documentation that make your workflow reproducible.

The beauty of Make is that it’s simply a rigorous way of recording what you’re already doing. It doesn’t fundamentally change how you do something, but it encourages to you record each step in the process, enabling you (and your … Continue reading

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Celebrating Estonia’s independence at -16C

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Hello, I am a compiler.

Hellо, I am a compiler. I just scanned thousands of lines of code while you were reading this sentence. I browsed through millions of possibilities of optimizing a single line of yours using hundreds of different optimization techniques based on … Continue reading

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