I've been building web-based software for businesses for over 18 years. In the last four years I realized that functional programming was in fact amazing, and have been pretty eager since then to help people build software better.
Matthew is a software developer and tech news enthusiast. He spends most of his time developing software, watching sports and drinking coffee. You will probably find him at a coffee shop or the library.
Daily Drip has easily been one of the most helpful resources on my journey to better understand Elixir and the Phoenix web framework.
With any language there are so many details to learn. What functions are built-in? How should I structure my code? What tools are available for improving my workflow? It’s rare to find one source that can answer so many of these questions, but DailyDrip does this and more for Elixir.
Daily Drip is by far the best resource for learning Elm anywhere, and among the very best online learning platforms, period.
Generative Adversarial Networks, Django 2.0, CSS Grids, and Spider Monkey optimizations
Open Source Speech Recognition, The failed DRM fight, ML as software dev 2.0, and is Electron a cancer?
Open Source Projects We Are Thankful For
Be a better technical leader, make Firefox fast with Rust, resize tons of images with Go, don’t use NoSQL
Unified Logs, ML-driven design, Frids, !STDs, and real-time ASCII art
Best week ever! Adobe on UX, ML survey responses, Rust is growing fast, Most hated languages
Better Code Reviews, Android Studio supports Kotlin, How Unreal Renders a Frame
Neural nets colorize B&W photos, MDN docs go cross browser, & iFrames get easier
Is Agile Working? Spotify uses ML to suggest tracks, Techniques for better code reviews
Facebook reliscenses GraphQL/React, Lyft uses Typescript, and Hacking your coding interviews
Contractors make more 💰, Encrypted Git, & Mozilla 💖’s OSS
RIP open web, Calculate Your Dev Salary, VIM users make more $$$
Astrophotography, Graphing in Python, and a Deep Dive on Linters
ARCore, Clippy’s Revenge, and Finding Satoshi
CSS gets fast, Learn Crystal, Android noms Oreos, Cryptocurrency via Python
OpenAI, .NET 2.0 and Bitcoin 💖’s coal
DOOM, StarCraft, Unreal, AI and Teapots!
Interpreted Dolphin Shaders; Bitcoin Fork; DefCon attendee arrested
Flash is dead; Mobile worm; Ionic survey results; AI optimization
2017-07-22 Weekly Drip: Wiping your OS while running, the myth of safe C/C++ code, and generating coastlines.
[ Weekly Drip July 15th ] Discord scales with Elixir, People argue over most popular langs, and Cryptocurrency ICOs
Data Structures, Old Programmers, Better Programmers, and Google Docs hacks
One time delivery, engineering love, grow your own, and They’re good languages Brent
Tabs vs. Spaces redux; Interviews are terrible; OSS deep-learning data
Tabs cost you money, Mac Ransomware, and G’MIC is more awesome
R analysis of HN trends, WWDC, and TempleOS gets a Gameboy Emulator
Apple Teaches Swift, Node 8.0, Fireflies capture everyone’s attention, and CS degrees are rare.
Stack Overflow uses Machine Learning to make better job postings, GitHub Marketplace, and One Million developers are stuck in Vim
Google I/O takes over, Kotlin becomes first-class, and data behind the repetitiveness of top songs
GPL Ruled Enforceable, New MS Design System, and Stack Overflow Trends
deck.gl, music sequencing, an Intel chipset vulnerability, and more.
RailsConf, Web Dev Roadmap, Stanford teaches JS over Java
React Changes, Docker OSS rebrands as Moby, and Weed NLP
Rate Limiting, ReactXP Announced, and criticism of Electron/Slack resource management
Apple commits to Pro users, Android beats Windows in internet usage, and VR’s new backbone is here.
2017.04.01 Ember had a big week, Next.js 2.0 is here, and 99 Bottles of OOP is ready to be on your reading list.
2017-03-25 Language Rankings, CSS Grid, Gitlab updates to 9.0