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sts10 / rust-command-line-utilities.markdown
Last active Aug 9, 2022
A curated list of command-line utilities written in Rust
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A curated list of command-line utilities written in Rust

Note that I have not tried all of these personally, and cannot and do not vouch for all of the tools listed here. In most cases, the descriptions here are copied directly from their code repos. Some may have been abandoned. Investigate before installing/using.

The ones I use regularly include: bat, dust, exa, fd, hyperfine, miniserve, ripgrep, zoxide and cargo-wipe.

  • bandwhich: Terminal bandwidth utilization tool
  • bat: A replacement for cat that provides syntax highlighting and other features.
  • bottom: Yet another cross-platform graphical process/system monitor.
  • broot: A new way to see and navigate directory trees
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dabeaz / README.txt
Created Oct 15, 2019
PyCon India 2019, Code from Keynote Presentation by @dabeaz
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Code from PyCon India 2019 Keynote Talk
David Beazley (https://www.dabeaz.com)
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This code is presented "as is" and represents what was live-coded
during my closing keynote presentation at PyCon India, Chennai,
October 13, 2009. I have made no changes to the files.
Requires: Python 3.6+, numpy, pygame
@alexellis
alexellis / kvm_minikube.md
Last active Apr 22, 2022
Run multiple minikube Kubernetes clusters on Ubuntu Linux with KVM
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Ramp up your Kubernetes development, CI-tooling or testing workflow by running multiple Kubernetes clusters on Ubuntu Linux with KVM and minikube.

In this tutorial we will combine the popular minikube tool with Linux's Kernel-based Virtual Machine (KVM) support. It is a great way to re-purpose an old machine that you found on eBay or have gathering gust under your desk. An Intel NUC would also make a great host for this tutorial if you want to buy some new hardware. Another popular angle is to use a bare metal host in the cloud and I've provided some details on that below.

We'll set up all the tooling so that you can build one or many single-node Kubernetes clusters and then deploy applications to them such as OpenFaaS using familiar tooling like helm. I'll then show you how to access the Kubernetes clusters from a remote machine such as your laptop.

Pre-reqs

  • This tutorial uses Ubuntu 16.04 as a base installation, but other distributions are supported by KVM. You'll need to find out how to install
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Logo Memo 1 AIM-246.pdf A Computer Laboratory For Elementary Schools
Logo Memo 2 AIM-247.pdf Teaching Children Thinking
Logo Memo 3 AIM-248.pdf Twenty Things To Do With A Computer
Logo Memo 4 AIM-249.pdf Teaching Children To Be Mathematicians vs. Teaching About Mathematics
Logo Memo 5 AIM-254.pdf NIM: A Game-Playing Program
Logo Memo 6 AIM-264.pdf Developing A Musical Ear: A Ne
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maximecb / music.csv
Created May 19, 2018
Python program to sequence MIDI music using a CSV spreadsheet
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How Clojure's documentation can leapfrog other languages

Summary

I made a documentation generator that cashes in on Clojure's dynamism. See the play-cljs docs (a ClojureScript game library) for an example of its output.

The Problem

Like many of you, I've often wondered what my final regret will be on my deathbed. My best guess came to me in a dream recently. I was walking across the charred earth of an apocalyptic future world, maneuvering around the remains of the less fortunate. I was startled to find a young girl, barely holding onto her life. She murmured something to me. I asked her to repeat it, and she said more loudly: "I...wish your Clojure projects didn't have such crappy documentation."

@alexellis
alexellis / k8s-pi.md
Last active Jul 19, 2022
K8s on Raspbian
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seanjensengrey / tiny.c
Last active May 12, 2022
Marc Feeley Tiny C compiler
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/* file: "tinyc.c" */
/* originally from http://www.iro.umontreal.ca/~felipe/IFT2030-Automne2002/Complements/tinyc.c */
/* Copyright (C) 2001 by Marc Feeley, All Rights Reserved. */
#include <stdio.h>
#include <stdlib.h>
#include <string.h>
/*
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thehans / alternative_spheres.scad
Last active Mar 6, 2022
Alternative sphere implementations in OpenSCAD userspace
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translate([-30,0,0]) poly3d(sphere(r=9,$fn=80));
translate([-10,0,0]) poly3d(normalized_cube(r=9,div_count=20));
translate([10,0,0]) poly3d(spherified_cube(9,div_count=20));
translate([30,0,0]) poly3d(icosahedron(9,n=4));
module poly3d(p) {
polyhedron(points=p[0],faces=p[1]);
}
function normalize(v) = v / norm(v); // convert vector to unit vector