Math and programming resources
- The quest for π: gives a brief history of pi.
- Top down operator precedence
- Linear prime-number sieves: a family tree: gives an overview and insights on prime sieves.
- What every programmer should know about memory: explains how the ram and cpu caches work.
This is a list of articles/papers you must read, because they are part of the hacker culture. Not knowing this stuff means lagging behind.
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- The algorithmic beauty of plants: explains how to generate plants algorthmically.
- Beautiful code: the book is a set of interviews to top programmers about their way to think and program. Probably it’s worth just for Rob Pike’s regex implementation.
- Gödel, Escher, Bach: An Eternal Golden Braid: a fascinating book, probably one of the most interesting I’ve ever read. It talks about logic, mathematics, AI, paradoxes and more…
- Fix your timestep: explains how to get the game loop right.
- Why I hate frameworks
- Cat-v: lots of wisdom about software and its development.
- c2 wiki: brainstorming of ideas and discussion of programming concepts and more.
- The prime pages: site dedicated to prime numbers.
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