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vstollen 106

I don't write much. The most interesting article is probably one where I reflect on my AWS internship. :)
vslira 1035

Great initiative :)
vparikh 248

Just random stuff I come across and my thoughts on it - more of entries that have interested me and so I have a log of it over time. More for me then others so - hope someone also gets something out of it :)
voytec 2006

Tech stuff from an opinionated infra engineer; more slowly growing drafts than already published posts, but I'll get there :)
voussoir 509 Wow, crazy to see 1600 comments here. Thanks for keeping the web alive. This is mine:

Some selections:

I've also been trying to do some narrations, though my results are not the greatest just yet.
VonGuard 5414

- Terrible movies.

- David and Peter Paul made some good movies.

- 5G is the final key to the peer-to-peer revolution. RSS
voigt 393

My personal blog writing mainly about technical things such as Kubernetes (and Containers), WebAssembly or Zig. Lately Iรขย€ย™m documenting my progress of learning the Rust programming language by taking notes on specific topics. RSS
voberoi 423

I started writing publicly late last year. It's been tons of effort but it's been tremendously fun and fruitful.

Some of my more-visited or favorite posts:

* A primer on Roaring bitmaps: what they are and how they work -- This one ended up on the front page of HN and gets hundreds of visits monthly. I wrote it because it's the post I would have liked to read instead of reading the papers themselves.

* An internship working on "Customers who bought this also bought" at Amazon 16 years ago -- I wrote this one as an addendum to throwaway tweet I posted that went viral.

* How I made -- I wrote this one when I open-sourced the dataset behind The dataset got featured in Data is Plural and in a podcast interview I did with Jeremy Singer-Vine.


My favorite personal blog to read this past year is Phil Eaton's (eatonphil on HN):

I enjoy the subject matter he posts about (a lot of systems work and research, primarily), but his other posts are great too.

His post, "Is it worth writing about?" is a nice inspirational one for folks who want to/have been thinking about writing: RSS
vlzdr 11
vladsiv 94

Writing about Data Engineering, ML, and AWS solutions with some focus on numeric calculations.
vjerancrnjak 237
vit-baisa 33

My digital garden where I post my compositions, book reviews, notes on programming, ideas and thougths. RSS
vishnuharidas 541 writing about anything interesting, mostly tech, and life, fun, etc.
viralpoetry 62

I write mostly about the security and things I work on, to keep memories somewhere.

One of my posts about the google bug bounty for the Waze navigation bug went viral and was shared by Schneier, Threat Post and others RSS
vintagedave 1616

Mostly about UI design and IT management (management sounds boring I know but I hope they're useful articles. Good, I think, for us who are managers here -- and us who are managed!)

It's a new site. Some of my favorites so far:

- - How managers ask for something and get something else, but think they're doing a good job

- - UX design often looks lovely, but what is it missing? Joy.

- - on measuring things... and poetry.

I'm particularly happy with the design of the site: I'd love to hear what readers think of the layout and typography. My CSS style is called 'manuscript' and it's very inspired by older book and manuscript look and feel.

There is zero Javascript and ZERO cookies or tracking. None at all.

RSS and Atom: and RSS
Vincenius 430

I occasionally write articles and tools around web development. Once a week, I also share interesting tools and resources I've found.