Links & Reads – 2017 #2

🔖 📑 Enjoy reading and exploring! 🔖 📑

Long(er) reads:

Java links:

JavaScript links:

New releases:

  • Tokio 0.1 – ‘a platform for writing fast networking code in Rust’

Nice stuff:

  • Eta – ‘a pure, lazy, strongly typed functional programming language on the JVM’ (HN discussion)
  • git-quick-stats – ‘a simple and efficient way to access various statistics in git repository’
  • angular_bootstrap_spring – a sample app built in ‘Angular JS with Bootstrap and Spring 4 and Spring Security’
  • Awesome-APIs – ‘a curated list of APIs from round the web’
  • oklog – ‘A distributed and coördination-free log management system’

Links & Reads from 2015 Week 2

Enjoy reading and exploring!






  • Ori – ‘A Secure Distributed File System’
  • Behrooz File System (BFS) – ‘open-source distributed, scalable, replicated in-memory filesystem’
  • novm – ‘a legacy-free, type 2 hypervisor written in Go’ by Google
  • pinpoint – ‘ an Application Performance Management tool for large-scale distributed systems written in Java’, modeled after Google Dapper
  • streamflow – ‘a stream processing tool designed to rapidly build and monitor processing workflows’
  • jsr – redis rewritten in pure JavaScript

Links & reads from 2014 Week 2

In the second week of 2014 most notable was the announcement of open sourcing Light Table, Netflix released another excellent library that they internally use, and more… Enjoy reading and exploring!



  • browserify – require(‘modules’) with JavaScript in the browser and use Node npm modules
  • gulp – a ‘streaming build system’ for JavaScript projects, an alternative to the highly popular Grunt
  • schema – ‘Clojure(Script) library for declarative data description and validation’
  • cloact – Minimalistic ClojureScript interface to React.js
  • overtone – ‘a Live-programmable music exploration & collaboration toolkit’ for Clojure
  • lightning-talk-clojure-overtone – ‘Some examples to do a bit of live-coding with Clojure, Overtone and SuperCollider’
  • cabot – ‘Self-hosted, easily-deployable monitoring and alerts service – like a lightweight PagerDuty’

Links & reads from 2013 Week 2

Before posting the regular stuff, I’d like to say, Aaron Swartz may your soul rest in peace. Aaron did a lot of things to make the world a better place. What happens in The Dark Knight was his latest blog post, other notable are How to Get a Job Like Mine and the Raw Nerve series.

On Aaron Swartz:



  • Flatstrap – a flat Twitter Bootstrap theme
  • Cosmo – a metr0-like Twitter Bootstrap theme