Ask HN: What's the best “higher level Rust” these days?
After playing with rust, I really like it. However, I generally don't need to write the low level code that justifies the increased complexity of the borrow checker. I would rather just pay the small price for a garbage collector. What language is most like rust, but at a higher level?To me, these are the things that I like about rust that I'd want to see:* Getting nullability right, not making the "billion dollar mistake". An integer shouldn't be able to be "null&q
Fugitive Colors: A true crime story about poached butterflies (1997)
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The Prediction of Bronchopulmonary Dysplasia Free Survival in Very Preterm Infants Using Machine Learning
Among the most common and significant effects of premature birth, bronchopulmonary dysplasia (BPD) was found to be a major ...
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Show HN: Media Hoarder – media front end for data hoarders and movie lovers
Here's a video showcasing Media Hoarder's features: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TGkU9e1l8HUAs we're on hackernews I wouldn't go much into the features of Media Hoarder with this post (see the video above for that). I'd rather like to comment on the DX.I'm a long-time lurker here on HN and in 2019 I felt the urge to develop my own take on a media center application.Media Hoarder was already usable after a few days of development and after one year
Ask HN: Why is it hard to rent GPUs?
I contacted Google Cloud and Linode. The latter told me that they need to start a sales process to prevent fraud.<p>Doesn’t most fraud happen with CPU’s? Spam, piracy, etc?<p>What’s behind this? A shortage doesn’t make sense because a first come first serve model works well. Is Nvidia pulling the strings?
Xlskubectl – a spreadsheet to control your Kubernetes cluster
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Ciphers and sympathetic ink: secret love letters in the Granville papers (2020)
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Ask HN: Low level OS-related or ML jobs?
Hi everyone, I'm currently coding as a hobby, and have an intend to get into Tech jobs. I don’t really like business stuffs in SWE, I like CS-related stuffs. What I currently enjoy most is to make an interpreter, and contribute to Tauri - a Rust framework, but i don’t think I can make a living from doing only OSS.So, I’m considering getting into OS devs, compilers, or even device drivers, embedded, hardware stuffs (I’m more comfortable in software). But these fields are rare, and risky, esp