This week has been about the notion of Pi, an API-driven dictionary, a small terminal-based editor, a programming language for concurrent software, Git concepts revisited and the Functional Source License.
An article walking through a long list of Git concepts.
An article exploring the notion of circle (and thus Pi) when using non-Euclidean distances.
A small terminal-based editor.
A service to query an English dictionary as an API.
An article on the new Functional Source License (FSL) from Sentry, another attempt on making an Open Source model sustainable.
A programming language aiming to ease building concurrent software without worrying about unpredictable performance, data races and runtime errors.