Clojure for the Brave, with a basic Emacs introduction.
Rapid Prototyping for Microcontrollers with mbed.
For a student to learn Newtonian physics is a creative act comparable to Newton’s original invention. David Hestenes, Reforming the Mathematical Language of Physics.
Crashcourse into Emacs: Emacs bites.
Showterm: It's showtime in a terminal near you: Screencasts from the terminal.
HTML: HTML and stuff: Tutorials, references, minimal examples.
Open source hardware from Bulgaria.
Deep Learning and NLP: Links at the bottom for starter project and derviation of Recursive Neural Networks.
Cling: C++ REPL. Posts on this site seem to be interesting in general.
OpenCV 2.4.5 via homebrew: No OpenCL: Necessary for Snow Leopard. As of May 10th, 2013 not yet in master.
libblas/liblapack with scipy and ubuntu. That can be a time sink.
Jumpcut: Clipboard buffering for OSX.
Vim Stuff: Kevin's Vim Tips and Tricks.
Effortless Ctags with Git: Git commit hook to reindex with Ctags.
Vim and Ctags: Nice text on the topic.
OpenIntro into Statistics.. Statistics through data analysis experiences using the statistical software R.
Short films that show important ideas.
The world in d3.js: World tour with d3.js.
Optimization lecture: Looks very good, nice homeworks.
Try R: Try R online. Looks very interesting.
Chocolate tarte from Jamie Oliver. In german.
Twitter mining with python. Also has a post on flask on EC2.
Python Computing for Science, Course at UC Berkeley: Use python as superglue for all things.
The Glowing Python: A Python snippet almanac for scientific computing and data visualization.
Letter spacing: Some bits about typesetting. Nice website.
D3, conceptually: A D3 tutorial.
Ruby Monk: Learn ruby today.
Kivy: Rapid (GUI) prototyping, cross platform.
Prismatic's Graph at Strange Loop: Dataflow programming in Clojure. Link to HN discussion in post.
Underrated Books: Possibly interesting reads.
Reinventing society in the wake of big data: Alex Pentland on social signal processing.
Webhosting via Uberspace: Choose your own price. Good technical content.
fish: An interesting shell.
prezto: Instantly awesome zsh.
awesome: Awesome windowmanager.
Formlabs: Low-cost stereolithography 3D printing that achieves resolutions as accurate as 25 microns thin.
Sure, you can do that...: Hal Daume on how to do meaningful research in ML. Very good comments.