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  • Issue #51 — June 6, 2014
    • Fifty Years of BASIC, the Programming Language That Made Computers Personal
    • Apple Announces Swift, A New Programming Language for iOS and OS X
    • Git 2.0 Released: What Changed, and Why Should You Care
  • Issue #50 — March 7, 2014
    • Elasticsearch 1.0.0.RC1 Released
    • Applying Artificial Intelligence to Nintendo Tetris
    • Guide to Advanced Programming in C
  • Issue #49 — January 10, 2014
    • The Light Table IDE is Now Open Source
    • A Glimpse Into A New Programming Language Under Development At Microsoft
    • GitHub Introduces Traffic Analytics for Repositories
  • Issue #48 — December 23, 2013
    • Regex Golf: A Regular Expression Creation Game
    • RSA Key Extraction via Low-Bandwidth Acoustic Cryptanalysis
    • Online Python Course for Experienced Developers
  • Issue #47 — December 6, 2013
    • Language to Language Matrix
    • Visualizing Garbage Collection in Ruby and Python
    • Usable Live Programming
  • Issue #46 — November 22, 2013
    • GCC 4.9 Coming With Big New Features
    • The Top Languages on GitHub, According to hubReports
    • MRI Ruby 1.8, 1.9, 2.0 and 2.1 Affected by Heap Overflow in Floating Point Parsing
  • Issue #45 — November 8, 2013
    • Chuck Moore's Creations
    • 'The Writer' Automaton
    • Haskell is Useless
  • Issue #44 — October 4, 2013
    • The Page-Fault Weird Machine: Lessons in Instruction-less Computation
    • What Every Hipster Should Know About Functional Programming
    • High Performance Browser Networking (read online for free)
  • Issue #43 — September 20, 2013
    • Quantum Chip Connected to Internet Is Yours to Command
    • Five Years Ago, Stack Overflow Launched. Then, A Miracle Occurred.
    • Are Compilers Getting More or Less Reliable?
  • Issue #42 — September 13, 2013
    • Java 8 Developer Preview Released
    • Visual Studio 2013 RC Now Available
    • x86's MOV is Turing Complete [PDF]
  • Issue #41 — August 9, 2013
    • Principles of Lighting and Rendering with John Carmack
    • The Haskell School of Music [PDF]
    • OpenBR: Open Source Biometric Recognition
  • Issue #40 — August 2, 2013
    • Bret Victor on The Future of Programming
    • SecondReality: Source Code and Data of Second Reality by Future Crew in 1993
    • GoingNative 2013: A Cutting Edge C++ Conference by Microsoft
  • Issue #39 — July 26, 2013
    • The Future of Programming
    • Quine Relay: A 50 Language Quine
    • Regular Expression Crosswords
  • Issue #38 — July 12, 2013
    • Writing Programs Using Ordinary Language
    • Finding Undefined Behavior Bugs by Finding Dead Code
    • Open Source Your Code for Fame and Fortune
  • Issue #37 — July 5, 2013
    • Native Code Performance and Memory: The Elephant in the CPU
    • GitHub Gazer: GitHub Analysis and Discovery
    • Introducing Internet Explorer 11 (Preview)
  • Issue #36 — June 28, 2013
    • Understanding Computation: From Simple Machines to Impossible Programs
    • RobotsConf - A Software Developer's Hardware Conference
    • Don Knuth and the Art of Computer Programming: The Interview
  • Issue #35 — June 21, 2013
    • GitHub Unveils 'Repository Next'
    • SemVer 2.0 Released
    • Statically Recompiling NES Games into Native Executables with LLVM and Go
  • Issue #34 — June 7, 2013
    • The Future Is Graph Databases
    • Programming Elixir
    • GCC 4.8.1 Released, C++11 Feature Complete
  • Issue #33 — May 31, 2013
    • A Commencement Speech for Graduating 2013 CS Majors
    • UnQLite: An Embeddable NoSQL Database Engine
    • Functors, Applicatives, And Monads In Pictures
  • Issue #32 — May 24, 2013
    • The Open Source Report Card
    • Battle Hack: 10 Cities and 1 World Final for Coders
    • Google App Engine Now Supports PHP
  • Issue #31 — May 10, 2013
    • Big-O Algorithm Complexity Cheat Sheet
    • How to Spread The Word About Your Code
    • Modern Garbage Collectors Under The Hood
  • Issue #30 — May 3, 2013
    • 21 Talks from the 2013 European LLVM Conference
    • PONKMORTEM: The Story of Writing a C64 Game in 2013
    • The Dependency Inversion Principle (DIP) in the Wild
  • Issue #29 — April 26, 2013
    • What Makes Code Hard to Understand?
    • How To Make Your Open Source Project Really Awesome
    • /Reg(exp){2}lained/: Demystifying Regular Expressions
  • Issue #28 — April 19, 2013
    • General Purpose Programming Languages' Speed of Light
    • What Is Probabilistic Programming?
    • Perfect Developer Workflow in Sublime Text 2
  • Issue #27 — April 12, 2013
    • The GitHub Data Challenge II
    • Teardown of an Extremely Obfuscated C Program
    • Fixing E.T. for the Atari 2600
  • Issue #26 — March 29, 2013
    • Reflections on Reflection [video]
    • Green Threads Explained
    • Extreme Debugging: A Tale of Microcode and An Oven
  • Issue #25 — March 8, 2013
    • The Pragmatics of TDD
    • My First Programming Job in 1981, and How It Shaped My Career
    • Tired of slow, unreliable Redis hosting?
  • Issue #24 — March 1, 2013
    • Latency Mitigation Strategies
    • Code.org: Dedicated to Growing Computer Programming Education
    • The Making of ROM City Rampage
  • Issue #23 — February 22, 2013
    • Announcing Xamarin 2.0: Create iOS, Android and Mac apps in C#
    • Coding Confessional: Airing Dirty Developer Laundry
    • NGINX Announces Support for WebSocket Protocol
  • Issue #22 — February 15, 2013
    • Python trademark at risk in Europe: The PSF needs your help
    • Jolt Award for Coding Tools 2013: Winner and Finalists
    • How can you program if you're blind?
  • Issue #21 — February 8, 2013
    • Open Source in your Inbox: Code Triage
    • Fluid Simulation for Video Games
    • A Regular Expression 'Crossword' Puzzle [PDF]
  • Issue #20 — February 3, 2013
    • Programmer Interrupted
    • Implementing a Language with LLVM
    • Microsoft Warms Up to git
  • Issue #19 — November 16, 2012
    • The Go Programming Language Turns 3
    • RethinkDB: A New Open-Source Distributed Database System
    • JavaScript Machines: IBM PC Model 5150
  • Issue #18 — November 9, 2012
    • Meet the New (and Rewritten) Light Table
    • GitBattle: Battle Two GitHub Accounts
    • OpenHack: Real Life Events for Coding Together
  • Issue #17 — November 1, 2012
    • Rosalind: A Project Euler for Bioinformatics Programming Challenges
    • The Most Dangerous Code in The World: Validating SSL Certificates in Non-Browser Software
    • The Nature of Code: A Book by Daniel Shiffman
  • Issue #16 — October 26, 2012
    • Mono 3.0 Released: Open Source .NET Takes a Leap Forward
    • On Being A Senior Engineer
    • Git 1.8.0 Released
  • Issue #15 — October 19, 2012
    • Apache Lucene 4.0 and Solr 4.0 Released
    • Google Open Sources the 'Supersonic' Query Engine
    • OAuth 2.0, Now Officially Defined as RFCs 6749 and 6750
  • Issue #14 — October 11, 2012
    • Try Try F#
    • SmoothLife: The Game of Life, Based on Real Numbers
    • Codecademy Expands with Ruby and Python Courses
  • Issue #13 — October 4, 2012
    • The Logic Lab: Online Logic Gate Circuit Simulator
    • TypeScript: Microsoft's Newest Programming Language
    • Python 3.3.0 Released
  • Issue #12 — September 27, 2012
    • Adobe Releases Source Code Pro: A Font for Programmers
    • GitHub: Introducing the Command Bar
    • SHA-3 to Be Announced
  • Issue #11 — September 13, 2012
    • Naming From the Outside In
    • C, the Enduring Legacy of Dennis Ritchie [PDF]
    • JavaScript Tops Latest Programming Language Popularity Ranking
  • Issue #10 — September 6, 2012
    • The .NET Rocks Visual Studio 2012 Launch Road Trip
    • Thinking Functionally with Haskell
    • Baking Pi: Operating Systems Development for the Raspberry Pi
  • Issue #9 — August 30, 2012
    • The New Java Zero Day Vulnerability Examined
    • The Technology Behind the Unreal Engine 4 Elemental Demo [PDF]
    • Damn Cool Algorithms: Homomorphic Hashing
  • Issue #8 — August 22, 2012
    • Visual Studio 2012 and .NET Framework 4.5 Released
    • Stack Exchange Machine Learning Contest
    • Typesafe gets $14M to push Scala language as a better Java than Java
  • Issue #7 — August 15, 2012
    • Cool Code
    • Lang.NEXT 2012 Conference Videos
    • New Programming Jargon
  • Issue #6 — March 14, 2012
    • Google Code Jam 2012 Registration Open
    • Petzold Hints at 6th Edition of 'Programming Windows'
    • The NOR Machine: Building a CPU With Only One Instruction
  • Issue #5 — March 7, 2012
    • New DARPA challenge for unique algorithms for space applications
    • Stanford's Natural Language Processing Course Starts March 12
    • CoderDojo Partners with GitHub to Create a New Generation of Hackers
  • Issue #4 — February 29, 2012
    • Microsoft Introduces the New Visual Studio 11 IDE: Gets Pummeled..
    • Circuits and Electronics: A New MIT Online Course
    • O'Reilly's 'Real World OCaml' on the way in 2012
  • Issue #3 — February 22, 2012
    • Apache httpd 2.4 Released
    • Julia: A New High Level Language
    • Amazon Latest AWS Service: Simple Workflow Service
  • Issue #2 — February 15, 2012
    • The RedMonk Programming Language Rankings: February 2012
    • TLDR on the Browser World's '-webkit' Vendor Prefix Drama
    • IBM Seeks Patent On Judging Programmers By Commits
  • Issue #1 — February 8, 2012
    • Travis CI needs your help!
    • 4 New HTTP Status Codes: A New Proposed Standard
    • Perl One-Liners Explained