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vanjajaja1 187 https://vanja.oljaca.me

It's a work in progress, I didn't want to launch yet but will soon

https://vanja.oljaca.me
varun_ch 1297 https://varun.ch It's definitely still a work in progress with only a handful of posts (I have at least 2 posts ready to publish but I'm waiting for permission to disclose vulnerabilities), but my favourite is probably https://varun.ch/video-id, which is about creating a self referential YouTube video.

https://varun.ch/history is an experiment into getting a users history through a fake CAPTCHA, and it's my most viewed post so far.

https://varun.ch
varunramesh 198 https://blog.varunramesh.net/

Right now I'm working on posts with interactive code snippets that you can edit / re-run directly in the page (like a Jupyter notebook). It's based off this: https://github.com/rameshvarun/blog-cells

https://blog.varunramesh.net/ RSS
vbernat 1784 https://vincent.bernat.ch — not as active as I previously was by lack of time, but there are some quite popular articles with an accent on networking stuff, but also some programming. https://vincent.bernat.ch
vedranm 493 https://gaseri.org/en/blog/

It used to be a separate website, but since becoming a principal investigator and starting my own group, I have integrated it into the group website. I mostly write about academic research/teaching and open-source software/principles/evangelization.

One of the posts from last year https://gaseri.org/en/blog/2022-02-24-dont-use-rar/ got a fairly nice traction on HN: https://news.ycombinator.com/item?id=30465933

My personal favorite overall is the post from 2015 https://gaseri.org/en/blog/2015-09-14-what-is-the-price-of-o... where I wrote about proprietary and open-source software in computational chemistry by debunking an article from American Chemical Society's Journal of Physical Chemistry Letters.

https://gaseri.org/en/blog/
veggieburrito 21 My personal website isn’t something I’m proud of from a design or code perspective and most others are usually much better. But if it ain’t broke…

Currently working on uploading and mixing/mastering other guitar ditties

https://www.lifeonthereg.com

Edit: always finding bugs when viewing it too haha oh well

https://www.lifeonthereg.com
venamresm__ 108 https://venam.nixers.net and nixers.net I have two main feeds, one is about Unix, really deep articles. And I got usual life stuff and philosophy-related articles. I always try to take new perspectives when I write. The second link is to the nixers community. https://venam.nixers.net
verzali 53 https://www.thequantumcat.space/

Writing about space tech, astronomy, general science

https://www.thequantumcat.space/
victorbjorklund 707 Mostly write about Elixir. Check out the search function. It is a rust library run as WASM in the browser (all the right keywords for HN hehe).

My blog: https://victorbjorklund.com/blog

Search library used: https://stork-search.net/

(And yes, I know it is totally overkill to have search when you just got a few articles)

https://victorbjorklund.com/blog
victorNicollet 590 https://nicollet.net

Rather than a site to write articles, it's a site where I keep links to things I write (or talks I give) so that I don't lose them.

I used to have a large blog ten years ago, with at least one post per day, because every blog guru on the internet said you needed to post every day to grow an audience. But I'm not smart enough to have something interesting to say every day, so it was rather poor quality. So I started this new iteration from scratch and post once or twice a year, mostly about software design.

https://nicollet.net
vijethph 1 https://vijethph.github.io/ruminations/ https://vijethph.github.io/ruminations/ RSS
vikrum 2598 https://5f5.org/ https://5f5.org/
viler 103 Creative anachronism with oldschool PCs: graphics, programming, games, typography, hardware, demoscene stuff, and so on so forth. https://int10h.org/blog/
Vincenius 430 https://wweb.dev/

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

https://wweb.dev/
vintagedave 1660 https://daveon.design/

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:

- https://daveon.design/what-are-you-optimising-for.html - How managers ask for something and get something else, but think they're doing a good job

- https://daveon.design/creating-joy-in-the-user-experience.ht... - UX design often looks lovely, but what is it missing? Joy.

- https://daveon.design/metrics-and-mistakes.html - 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: https://daveon.design/rss.xml and https://daveon.design/atom.xml

https://daveon.design/ RSS
viralpoetry 62 https://www.malgregator.com/

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 https://www.malgregator.com/post/waze-how-i-tracked-your-mot...

https://www.malgregator.com/ RSS