Bohdan Liashenko: How to promote your Github project – good info to know, but seems more like “marketing” to me
Eric Elliott: How one JIRA ticket made $1 million dollars – ideas on metrics to track to make sure that the software development being done has economic value.
First Contributions: A project to help people get started making contributions to open source software.
Caches to Caches: My Workflow org-agenda – how to use the org application in Emacs for managing your work
Built in 1936, this machine was “the world’s first computer for solving [partial] differential equations,” which “for half a century has been the only means of calculations of a wide range of problems in mathematical physics.” Absolutely its most amazing aspect is that solving such complex equations meant playing around with a series of interconnected, water-filled glass tubes. You “calculated” with plumbing.