Nimrod is a statically typed, imperative programming language that tries to give the programmer ultimate power without compromises on runtime efficiency. This means it focuses on compile-time mechanisms in all their various forms.
via Nimrod Programming Language.
I like the look of this – the syntax is python-esque and it outputs fairly small binaries.
Legit is a complementary command-line interface for Git, optimized for workflow simplicity.
via Welcome | Legit Git Workflow for Humans.
Free Community Edition — for pure Python coding and learning Intelligent Editor, with code completion, on-the-fly error highlighting, auto-fixes, etc. Automated code refactorings and rich navigation capabilities Integrated debugger and unit testing support Native VCS integrations Customizable UI and key-bindings, with VIM emulation available And much more, all available under the Apache 2 license
via Python IDE & Django IDE for Web developers : JetBrains PyCharm.
2 new cloud computing OSes are interesting me lately: the first is CoreOS which is a ChromeOS fork (a minimal Linux distribution) designed to run Docker containers.
The second is more radical: OSv is designed from the ground up to execute a single application on top of a hypervisor, for example a Java Appserver.
Using GNU Stow to manage your dotfiles.
Never used GNU Stow before, the typical use of this is software deployment (eg – install python in /usr/local/python27 and this can manage creating links into /usr/local/bin etc).
Could be very useful for automated deployment scripts – is available in EPEL for RHEL / Centos.
Available for kindle or in epub / PDF formats
via Git – Book.
A feature I wasn’t aware of -type about:memory in your firefox location bar.
Save time typing “yes” in emacs. Install ido-yes-or-no-mode and put
in your ~/.emacs
Now that feedly has stepped into the void of syncing (I use Press on Android and Mr Reader on iPad)… but I do miss RSSOwl being able to sync.