Welcome to issue 90 of Hacker Bits!
We have a great selection of articles this month covering hashing, Lisp, Lua, BS jobs, AI paradigms, estimation, Git and so much more!
As always, please don’t hesitate to let us know if you have any suggestions or feedback! 🙂
– Ray and Maureen
- Hashing by Sam Rose
- Desktop Linux Hardening by Tommy Tran
- Why Lisp Syntax Works by Fernando Borretti
- Lua: The Little Language That Could by Matt Blewitt
- Ask HN: What is an A.I. chip and how does it work?
- Imaginary problems are the root of bad software by George Hosu
- Bullshit Jobs by David Graeber
- Sequence diagrams, the only good thing UML brought to software development by Knut Sveidqvist
- List one task, do it, cross it out by Oliver Burkeman
- Git is too hard by Mislav Marohnić
- AI: First New UI Paradigm in 60 Years? by Jakob Nielsen
- The AI Hype Wall of Shame
- First impressions: Yes, Apple Vision Pro works and yes, it’s good by Matthew Panzarino
- Real Multithreading Is Coming to Python by Martin Heinz
- Why are developers expected to estimate tasks at all?
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