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This week has been about asdf, text-based games, Turing incomplete languages, Disqus bad practices and software licensing.
An article introducing an ongoing series on the history of text-based games.
A tool to manage multiple runtime versions for Node.js, Python, Ruby, Elixir and more.
If you happen to use MacOS and Python, this helps avoid the mess you can get into by using Python installed with Homebrew.
An article on the downsides of Turing incomplete languages.
An interview on software licensing. An interesting opinion to listen to if you've been following the drama Elastic vs Amazon.
An article analysing Disqus and the consequences of trusting the service.
An article aiming to bring some perspective on the meaning of intelligence in “Artificial Intelligence”.
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