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Stockfish 14

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Show HN: RSS feeds for arbitrary websites using CSS selectors

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Students flee field as computer ’fad fades’ (1987)

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XiangShan open-source 64-bit RISC-V processor to rival Arm Cortex-A76

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GitHub Copilot is not infringing copyright
 

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Python Best Practices for a New Project in 2021

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Music for Programming

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Indiscriminate messaging and chatcontrol: Last chance to protest

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Speeding Up the Webcola Graph Viz Library with Rust and WebAssembly

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Writing a SQLite clone from scratch in C (2017)
 

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New mystery AWS product ‘Infinidash’ goes viral despite being entirely fictional

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YouTube channel “TechLead” creator has created a crypto and pulled the rug

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GitHub Copilot regurgitates valid secrets

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World’s largest ever four day week trial in Iceland ‘overwhelming success’

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Everything useful I know about kubectl
 

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Dabrowski’s theory and existential depression (2020)

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FINRA Orders Record Financial Penalties Against Robinhood

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Writing a Firmware-Only Keylogger

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Archive and genealogy of all Quake 1 bots

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Mental Poker [pdf]
 

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