In the morning I got an email from Monitor
Backlinks that a new backlink had been
found. I signed up for a free trial recently in order to keep track of
backlinks to Plurrrr.
The new backlink was a link made by Jeff Juliard in his Link
This guy has written a static tumblelog
generator. I’m so
interested in this. Maybe its a function of being old enough to
remember the pre-GAFA internet, but the idea of a home-brewed,
bespoke, microblog disconnected from the larger social bullshit
factory really appeals to me. I’m not a coder by any stretch, but I
can work within a simple framework that is well documented. I would
very much like to find the time to dig into this.
Wow, thanks Jeff!
Go: Goroutine, OS Thread and CPU Management
Creating an OS Thread or switching from one to another can be costly
for your programs in terms of memory and performance. Go aims to get
advantages as much as possible from the cores. It has been designed
with concurrency in mind from the beginning.
In this article, we’ll examine some examples of real-world problems
that can be expressed and solved using finite state machines. We’ll
take the opportunity to explore some of the C#’s pattern matching
capabilities an see how they come handy for implementing them. In
the second part, we’ll see how to combine multiple state machines to
form a cohesive workflow.
I was recently working on the Pandas Groupby and found there are lot
of useful features which can be used to explore the data and this
triggered me to write this post so that anyone with a SQL groupby
knowledge can learn the Pandas group by within no time.