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1
Unable to deal with Chrome Extension Team, Kozmos is shutting down (kodfabrik.com)
1166 points by roadbeats 6 days ago | 507 comments
2
Jepsen Disputes MongoDB's Data Consistency Claims (infoq.com)
787 points by anarchyrucks 6 days ago | 393 comments
3
Product Marketing for Engineers (github.com)
669 points by rofws 6 days ago | 82 comments
4
Show HN: LaTeX.css – Make your website look like a LaTeX document (now.sh)
504 points by doerig 6 days ago | 110 comments
5
Chromium project finds that 70% of security defects are memory safety problems (chromium.org)
462 points by solarengineer 6 days ago | 445 comments
6
Show HN: A dependently-typed programming language with static memory management (github.com)
454 points by u2zv1wx 6 days ago | 79 comments
7
Hacker Mods Old Calculator to Access the Internet, Casio Files DMCA Complaint (torrentfreak.com)
447 points by fraqed 6 days ago | 168 comments
8
SQLite 3.32 (sqlite.org)
373 points by nikbackm 6 days ago | 151 comments
9
First Krita Beta for Android and ChromeOS in Play Store (krita.org)
371 points by reddotX 6 days ago | 127 comments
10
Catalina is checking notarization of unsigned executables (lapcatsoftware.com)
357 points by robenkleene 6 days ago | 172 comments
11
Push-Button Installer of macOS Guests in VirtualBox for Windows, Linux, macOS (github.com)
352 points by miles 6 days ago | 134 comments
12
Ask HN: Who regrets choosing Elixir?
320 points by seancoleman 6 days ago | 312 comments
13
Show HN: r/hnblogs, Blogging is not Dead
301 points by fossuser 6 days ago | 54 comments
14
Why NetNewsWire Is Fast (inessential.com)
294 points by mrzool 6 days ago | 79 comments
15
GraphBLAS – Graph algorithms in the language of linear algebra (graphblas.org)
282 points by johlo 6 days ago | 40 comments
16
DuckDB: SQLite for Analytics (github.com)
277 points by tosh 6 days ago | 65 comments
17
Ask HN: How do you brand yourself as a freelancer?
257 points by bluewalt 6 days ago | 99 comments
18
The Ten Commandments for C Programmers (1987) (liu.se)
239 points by ingve 6 days ago | 127 comments
19
Unc0ver Jailbreak for iOS 11.0 to 13.5 (unc0ver.dev)
222 points by ValentineC 6 days ago | 206 comments
20
A list of the 5000 most commonly used domain prefix/suffix (github.com)
217 points by erikig 6 days ago | 35 comments
21
Show HN: A WebGL Tribute to Tron, the movie that made me fall in love with CGI (mgz.me)
208 points by mgzme 6 days ago | 41 comments
22
The Ainu, Japan’s Indigenous People (bbc.com)
203 points by yial 6 days ago | 115 comments
23
Herd of Fuzzy Green 'Glacier Mice' Baffles Scientists (npr.org)
198 points by Xplor 6 days ago | 56 comments
24
Just some red flags. No big deal. Just ignore them (rachelbythebay.com)
196 points by ciprian_craciun 6 days ago | 257 comments
25
Peer Review (rodneybrooks.com)
187 points by haltingproblem 6 days ago | 112 comments
26
Loginsrv: JWT login microservice with back ends like OAuth2, Google, GitHub (github.com)
171 points by networked 6 days ago | 45 comments
27
Researchers achieve optical data transmission speed of 44.2 terabits per second (independent.co.uk)
170 points by martonlanga 6 days ago | 89 comments
28
European parliament strongly recommends open source software (european-pirateparty.eu)
169 points by ashitlerferad 6 days ago | 54 comments
29
My 2020 desk setup (stapelberg.ch)
168 points by secure 6 days ago | 154 comments
30
How to write a programming book (aquicarattino.com)
163 points by aqui_c 6 days ago | 65 comments

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