Tell HN: Banned from LinkedIn for Reporting Wickr Drug Spam — and Despite best efforts .NET is still not an open platform

 
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Tell HN: Banned from LinkedIn for Reporting Wickr Drug Spam

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Despite best efforts .NET is still not an open platform

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Tauri 1.0 – Electron Alternative Powered by Rust

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Tell HN: Triplebyte is, yet again, making user profiles public without consent

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Redbean 2.0 turned into more than a hobby project
 

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Wails – Electron Alternative Powered by Go

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The Cult Inside Google

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Clap: The New Audio Plug-In Standard

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2022 Cloud Report

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The computers are fast, but you don’t know it
 

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Barriers to Business – How cities can pave a path to entrepreneurship

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Facebook is receiving sensitive medical information from hospital websites

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We Put Half a Million Files in One Git Repository, Here’s What We Learned

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The silent majority of experts (2012)

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A religious sect landed Google in a lawsuit
 

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Ask HN: Side projects that are making money, but you’d not talk about them?

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Ask HN: Is it still conceivable to remain an anonymous developer nowadays?

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Continuous Unix commit history from 1970 until today

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“Crypto drainer” template facilitates theft

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FreeCAD 0.20 Release Notes
 

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