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Hacker News (2018)

  1. Transforming Wikipedia into a cultural knowledge quiz

    128 points • comment • oct 31, 2018

  2. Writing a Managed JIT in C# with CoreCLR

    128 points • comment • apr 12, 2018

  3. Home insulation in China blamed for rise in emissions of ozone-depleting gas

    128 points • comment • jul 09, 2018

  4. What's behind rich people pretending to be self-made?

    128 points • comment • jan 30, 2018

  5. Resources for Learning about .NET Internals

    128 points • comment • jan 23, 2018

  6. Email security on Democratic campaigns is as bad as 2016

    128 points • comment • sep 04, 2018

  7. British Telecom bars Huawei's 5G kit from core of network

    128 points • comment • dec 06, 2018

  8. PEP 572 and decision-making in Python

    128 points • comment • jul 12, 2018

  9. Lost Japanese Video Games Discovered in a Folder on a Private Forum

    128 points • comment • jun 10, 2018

  10. How to automate Google related tasks

    128 points • comment • apr 08, 2018

  11. An extensive ZFS setup on MacOS

    128 points • comment • jul 07, 2018

  12. Microsoft: Join Developer Design

    128 points • comment • jul 19, 2018

  13. A brief list of what Scrum gets wrong

    128 points • comment • apr 21, 2018

  14. How Amazon Can Blow Up Asset Management

    128 points • comment • mar 07, 2018

  15. The $12 “Gongkai” Phone (2013)

    128 points • comment • sep 23, 2018

  16. Why startups are leaving Silicon Valley

    128 points • comment • aug 30, 2018

  17. Why Amazon, Apple, Facebook, and Google Need to Be Disrupted

    128 points • comment • feb 08, 2018

  18. Announcing .NET Foundation Open Membership

    128 points • comment • dec 04, 2018

  19. What drives IPv6 deployment?

    128 points • comment • sep 06, 2018

  20. AMD is sending Ryzen/Radeon care packages to game developers

    128 points • comment • jun 27, 2018

  21. How to Handle Monetary Values in JavaScript

    128 points • comment • oct 30, 2018

  22. Researchers say a breathalyzer has flaws, casting doubt on countless convictions

    128 points • comment • may 10, 2018

  23. A fraudster got $12M out of a Canadian university

    128 points • comment • oct 10, 2018

  24. Dart 2.0 is now available

    128 points • comment • aug 07, 2018

  25. New Roomba Has Persistent Maps, Selective Room Cleaning, Automatic Dirt Disposal

    128 points • comment • sep 06, 2018

  26. AMPstinction

    128 points • comment • jun 08, 2018

  27. A UI Experiment with the iPhone X’s Front-Facing Camera

    128 points • comment • mar 03, 2018

  28. Google CEO will testify before U.S. House panel in November

    128 points • comment • sep 28, 2018

  29. FreeBSD has lower latency, and Linux has faster application speeds

    128 points • comment • jun 19, 2018

  30. CopperheadOS update: Developer suspended from Reddit

    128 points • comment • jun 15, 2018

  31. PgFormatter: A PostgreSQL SQL syntax beautifier

    128 points • comment • oct 10, 2018

  32. NeXT logo by Paul Rand (2010)

    128 points • comment • apr 20, 2018

  33. New search-by-image method on Bing.com

    128 points • comment • sep 22, 2018

  34. Google’s self-training AI turns coders into machine-learning masters

    128 points • comment • feb 26, 2018

  35. H-1B visa shift may favor tech companies

    128 points • comment • nov 30, 2018

  36. A packaging tutorial for Guix

    128 points • comment • oct 10, 2018

  37. Ian Knot

    128 points • comment • feb 24, 2018

  38. Show HN: Genact – A nonsense activity generator

    128 points • comment • jan 17, 2018

  39. China’s experiment in ranking and monitoring citizens has started

    128 points • comment • apr 07, 2018

  40. Personal Notes on Corman Lisp 3.1 Release

    128 points • comment • dec 31, 2018

  41. Fuzzing Like It’s 1989

    128 points • comment • dec 31, 2018

  42. Understanding is a poor substitute for convexity (2012)

    128 points • comment • dec 30, 2018

  43. Show HN: Python library for GoPro cameras

    128 points • comment • apr 07, 2018

  44. Founder’s Guide to the Y Combinator Interview

    128 points • comment • oct 30, 2018

  45. The First 3D-Printed Steel Bridge

    128 points • comment • apr 03, 2018

  46. Bracing for the Vanilla Boom

    128 points • comment • sep 28, 2018

  47. A Food Shortage Revealed the Cause of Celiac Disease

    128 points • comment • apr 07, 2018

  48. A remaster with no old code: Crash Bandicoot was rebuilt nearly from scratch

    128 points • comment • oct 04, 2018

  49. Did You Vote? Now Your Friends May Know (and Nag You)

    128 points • comment • nov 06, 2018

  50. CockroachDB Interactive, D3-Powered Simulations

    128 points • comment • feb 22, 2018

  51. Burning Man's Mathematical Underbelly

    128 points • comment • sep 14, 2018

  52. Why Mastercard Doesn't Use OAuth 2.0

    128 points • comment • jul 08, 2018

  53. Ricky Jay’s Magical Secrets (1993)

    128 points • comment • nov 27, 2018

  54. Annoyed by Restaurant Playlists, a Master Musician Made His Own

    128 points • comment • jul 24, 2018

  55. Fuzzyset – A Human-Readable Interactive Representation of a Code Library

    128 points • comment • jul 03, 2018

  56. Loon and Wing graduate from Google/Alphabet X

    128 points • comment • jul 11, 2018

  57. Show HN: ~200 byte in-browser, no JS, private notepad

    128 points • comment • may 05, 2018

  58. FAA pushes back on Boeing exemption for 787 safety flaw

    128 points • comment • jul 06, 2018

  59. A Look at MyRocks Performance

    128 points • comment • apr 30, 2018

  60. $1M to build decentralized social networks

    128 points • comment • may 11, 2018

  61. Kubernetes 1.11 includes In-Cluster Service Load Balancing and CoreDNS

    128 points • comment • jun 28, 2018

  62. Reinforcement learning’s foundational flaw

    128 points • comment • jul 09, 2018

  63. Learning to Predict Depth on the Pixel 3 Phones

    128 points • comment • nov 29, 2018

  64. Blender’s Prehistory – Traces on Commodore Amiga (1987-1991)

    128 points • comment • mar 23, 2018

  65. Envoy Proxy at Reddit

    128 points • comment • dec 18, 2018

  66. What If Amazon.com Actually Is a Horrible Website?

    128 points • comment • nov 22, 2018

  67. Like an AI Could Ever Spot Sarcasm

    128 points • comment • jan 31, 2018

  68. No class action for unhappy Uber drivers: U.S. appeals court

    127 points • comment • sep 25, 2018

  69. Twenty years, 1998 – 2018

    127 points • comment • mar 20, 2018

  70. Lithuanian is riddled with references to bees

    127 points • comment • mar 19, 2018

  71. US Senate Candy Desk

    127 points • comment • nov 18, 2018

  72. Finding Dmitry: The Magical Story of a Russian Boy's Photos

    127 points • comment • apr 09, 2018

  73. Mobile Devices Compromised by Fake Secure Messaging Clients

    127 points • comment • jan 19, 2018

  74. C++ Just My Code Stepping in Visual Studio

    127 points • comment • jul 01, 2018

  75. Major AI conference is moving to Africa in 2020 due to visa issues

    127 points • comment • nov 24, 2018

  76. Argo: Open source Kubernetes native workflows, events, CI and CD

    127 points • comment • nov 10, 2018

  77. Why Can't Everyone Do the 'Asian Squat'?

    127 points • comment • mar 17, 2018

  78. AI and Blockchain: An Introduction

    127 points • comment • jul 22, 2018

  79. The world's most romantic postbox

    127 points • comment • feb 14, 2018

  80. Leap Motion designed a $100 augmented reality headset with hand tracking

    127 points • comment • apr 09, 2018

  81. What Atari Was Really Like, According to Women Who Were There

    127 points • comment • feb 13, 2018

  82. The Raspberry Pi as a Stratum-1 NTP Server

    127 points • comment • aug 26, 2018

  83. Modern human brain organization emerged only recently

    127 points • comment • jan 30, 2018

  84. Show HN: Takehome.io – Time-limited coding challenges for interviews via Git

    127 points • comment • feb 13, 2018

  85. 86% of CrashCrate subscribers used passwords already leaked in other breaches

    127 points • comment • may 02, 2018

  86. Baidu Research Announces Breakthrough in Simultaneous Translation

    127 points • comment • oct 23, 2018

  87. Why Is the Human Brain So Efficient? Massive Parallelism

    127 points • comment • apr 22, 2018

  88. The Coming Crisis in Home Computers (1983)

    127 points • comment • nov 18, 2018

  89. The Haskell School of Music – From Signals to Symphonies (2014) [pdf]

    127 points • comment • jul 12, 2018

  90. Software disenchantment

    127 points • comment • sep 18, 2018

  91. Impossibly Hungry Judges (2017)

    127 points • comment • oct 01, 2018

  92. Show HN: Kontext – Learn new words by watching movies in a foreign language

    127 points • comment • jul 27, 2018

  93. 9cc: A Small C Compiler

    127 points • comment • dec 14, 2018

  94. Life as a bug bounty hunter

    127 points • comment • aug 23, 2018

  95. Do We Need Distributed Stream Processing?

    127 points • comment • jun 11, 2018

  96. Tumblr was removed from Apple’s App Store over child pornography issues

    127 points • comment • nov 20, 2018

  97. How to Measure the Working Set Size on Linux

    127 points • comment • jan 17, 2018

  98. LLVM 6.0.0 Release

    127 points • comment • mar 08, 2018

  99. How did we end up with containers?

    127 points • comment • apr 05, 2018

  100. Sway 1.0-beta.1 release highlights

    127 points • comment • oct 20, 2018