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An application I made for my homepage It's open source and super easy to include social streams from any website with an RSS feed.

A jQuery plugin for creating slick, app look-alike sliding menus for you mobile website with only one line of javascript:

Uploadcare - handles file uploading storage and processing for any website or app - Webdesign inspiration

Packery is a bin-packing layout library that can be used for a variety of layout types, including #masonry style layouts as well as more meticulous layouts (and even ridiculous ones).

Pace.js is a new plugin for easily showing fancy progress bars while is your website is loading.

jquery.pep.js is a lightweight jQuery plugin which turns any DOM element into a draggable object.

hideshare is a small jQuery social plugin that allows you to reveal hidden social medial share links on clicking.

Just another jQuery slider plugin to create an infinite loop carousel that allows to slide any html elements and works perfectly with mobile & desktop.

*JS is a dialect of JavaScript that offers a C-like type system with manual memory management. It compiles to JavaScript and lets you write memory-efficient and GC pause-free code less painfully, in short, *JS is the bastard child of JavaScript and C. This is one of the most interesting JavaScript dialects I've seen - I don't think I'd ever use it though :D. Commentary on hackernews:

from Brain Pickings

Cargo Cult Science: Richard Feynman’s 1974 Caltech Graduation Address on Integrity

This long history of learning how not to fool ourselves — of having utter scientific integrity — is, I’m sorry to say, something that we haven’t specifically included in any particular course that I know of. We just hope you’ve caught on by osmosis.

Ridiculously useful tool for emulating a variety of mobile devices in your Chrome browser. It spoofs the user-agent, geo-location, and resolution (among other things).

"I have a different fear: that gcc will become increasing irrelevant, as more and more new programmers learn to work on alternative free compilers instead. [...] In my view, if we can't even get ourselves together to permit something as simple as plugins with an unstable API, then we deserve to lose." This is why LLVM and clang have become so popular. Even FreeBSD is deprecating gcc. A really interesting read on why GCC's code is obfuscated and difficult to work on (it's intentional!).

Not a perfect introduction to clojure, as you'll need a book to supplement your learning, but the problems are well targeted towards the functional language and require valid clojure code to solve.

Really useful library for automating browser sessions. Great for submitting forms and saving cookies in a wget-compatible format.