The HoTT Book: Homotopy Type Theory: Univalent Foundations of Mathematics
has been released under CC-BY-SA!
More about it at the
the n-Category Café,
Robert Harper, and
Some Domain Theory and Denotational Semantics in Coq, by
Nick Benton, Andrew Kennedy, and Carsten Varming.
Quasicrystals and the Riemann Hypothesis,
John Baez: “If some random dude said the Riemann Hypothesis was
connected to quasicrystals, I’d probably dismiss him as a crank.”
Build System Rules and Algorithms (PDF), by Mike Shal (2009).
Makes an important distinction in how the order of dependencies
should be tracked in build systems.
Buck is a build system for Android (and Java in general) that
encourages the creation of small, reusable modules consisting of code
and resources. Uses a bottom-up dependency model, by Facebook.
Pants is a build tool using a bottom-up dependency model, by Twitter.
Building Scala Hygienically with Pants, talk by Mark Chu-Carroll.
(Also rants on too smart build systems.)
Build in the Cloud: How the Build System works at Google (2011),
describes Blaze, the build system that strongly influenced Buck and Pants.
(Also, see Coding and Testing at Google, 2006
Siren is a text-based audio player for UNIX-like operating
systems. Various aspects of Siren have been inspired by cmus. Siren is
distributed under the ISC licence.
Quipper is an embedded, scalable functional programming language for
3.6.1 and run busybox processes, and uses virtio-9p to communicate
with the HTML5 file system API.
hlld is a high-performance C server which is used to expose
HyperLogLog sets and operations over them to networked clients.
sshbox is a utility to encrypt and decrypt files using OpenSSH keys.
Love is all, by Alejandro Gómez-Arias (NSFW):
“Every love is an exercise of depersonalization on a body without
organs yet to be formed.” (Deleuze & Guattari).
Monday, June 17, 1963: ASCII, the original diagram.