This week has been about notebooks in Julia, vim plugins, open street map, datasette and git.
An article showing how to use
git log -S to dig into a repository history given a known string. Besides the
-G flag for regexes it is worth knowing the -L flag.
A notebook system written in Julia from the ground up. Notebooks are stored as pure Julia code.
An article reflecting on the dangers of the narrative of solving the problems of an organisation by 'solving the data mess'. Half rant, half list of insights from experience.
A plugin to navigate through the hierarchical tree of changes kept by Vim.
An article on how Apple, Amazon, Facebook and Microsoft are relying on OpenStreetMap as a critical piece of infrastructure.
A talk from the Datasette author on how he uses it to manage his own personal data. A very good example of how to exploit SQLite.