CUPID—for joyful coding

Why You Should (or Shouldn't) Be Using JAX in 2022

My thoughts on writing a Minecraft server from scratch (in Bash)

Issue #170

2/16/2022

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CUPID—for joyful coding

Published: 10 February 2022
Tags: design patterns


Daniel Terhorst-North iterates on the SOLID design principles and comes up with his own acronym CUPID, which stands for Composable, Unix philosophy, Predictable, Idiomatic, and Domain-based.


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Why You Should (or Shouldn't) Be Using JAX in 2022

Published: 15 February 2022
Tags: machine learning, python


Ryan O'Connor introduces JAX as "a numerical computing library which incorporates composable function transformations" and elaborates on what makes it tick and when you should/shouldn't use it.



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My thoughts on writing a Minecraft server from scratch (in Bash)

Published: 15 February 2022
Tags: bash


Dominika "sdomi" Liberda describes some of the trials and tribulations encountered while implementing the title; most of which were related to wrangling data types.


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