Newsletter #88: ICE Raids the Tech Industry

Hello Recompilers, All of Issue 9 is online! This issue focuses on Hard Problems. Articles cover mesh networks, floating point algorithms, leveling up as a developer, and more. We're also excited to tell you about Write/Speak/Code, a tech conference by and for people from marginalized gender backgrounds. It will take place August 16-18 at the … Continue reading Newsletter #88: ICE Raids the Tech Industry

Newsletter #87: Finance Bros are Going to Miss Their Vests

Hello Recompilers, All of Issue 9 is online! This issue focuses on Hard Problems. Articles cover mesh networks, floating point algorithms, leveling up as a developer, and more. Reading: Patagonia is now refusing to sell vests to the finance industry. Despite, or because of, its garment becoming a symbol of the tech elite, the activist-minded … Continue reading Newsletter #87: Finance Bros are Going to Miss Their Vests

Newsletter #86: Facebook Finally Banned White Nationalism

Hello Recompilers, All of Issue 9 is online! This issue focuses on Hard Problems. Articles cover mesh networks, floating point algorithms, leveling up as a developer, and more. Reading: Finally, Facebook has decided to treat white nationalism and white separatism the same as white supremacy. Reports from antifascists on Twitter show that white nationalists are … Continue reading Newsletter #86: Facebook Finally Banned White Nationalism

Newsletter #85: Inside a Russian Troll Farm

Hello Recompilers, All of Issue 9 is online! This issue focuses on Hard Problems. Articles cover mesh networks, floating point algorithms, leveling up as a developer, and more. Reading: A Russian woman went undercover at a troll farm. The workplace was open twenty-four hours a day and was staffed with writers promoting Kremlin talking points … Continue reading Newsletter #85: Inside a Russian Troll Farm

Newsletter #84: The Dangers of Livestreamed Terror

Hello Recompilers, All of Issue 9 is online! This issue focuses on Hard Problems. Articles cover mesh networks, floating point algorithms, leveling up as a developer, and more. Reading: Today's terrorist attack on New Zealand mosques was rife with meme references and the manifesto itself was a form of shitposting. The terrorist's statement was intentionally … Continue reading Newsletter #84: The Dangers of Livestreamed Terror

Newsletter #83: Chelsea Manning Faces Down a Grand Jury

Hello Recompilers, All of Issue 9 is online! This issue focuses on Hard Problems. Articles cover mesh networks, floating point algorithms, leveling up as a developer, and more. Reading: Chelsea Manning might be heading back to jail. The famous whistleblower has been subpoenaed to testify before a grand jury, which she has refused to do. … Continue reading Newsletter #83: Chelsea Manning Faces Down a Grand Jury

Newsletter #82: Companies Aren’t Reporting their Gender Pay Gap

Hello Recompilers, All of Issue 9 is online! This issue focuses on Hard Problems. Articles cover mesh networks, floating point algorithms, leveling up as a developer, and more. Reading: Microsoft workers are protesting against the company's military contract. A group calling itself Microsoft Workers 4 Good has released an open letter against the $479 million … Continue reading Newsletter #82: Companies Aren’t Reporting their Gender Pay Gap

Newsletter #81: A Call for More Tech Whistleblowers

Hello Recompilers, All of Issue 9 is online! This issue focuses on Hard Problems. Articles cover mesh networks, floating point algorithms, leveling up as a developer, and more. At PyCon 2019, Sumana Harihareswara, a longtime friend of The Recompiler, will be hosting a small arts festival: The Art of Python. Submissions for 5-20 minute plays … Continue reading Newsletter #81: A Call for More Tech Whistleblowers

Newsletter #80: A Former Googler Speaks Out

Hello Recompilers, All of Issue 9 is online! This issue focuses on Hard Problems. Articles cover mesh networks, floating point algorithms, leveling up as a developer, and more. At PyCon 2019, Sumana Harihareswara, a longtime friend of The Recompiler, will be hosting a small arts festival: The Art of Python. Submissions for 5-20 minute plays … Continue reading Newsletter #80: A Former Googler Speaks Out

Newsletter #79: Amazon’s Security Platform Encourages Racism

Hello Recompilers, All of Issue 9 is online! This issue focuses on Hard Problems. Articles cover mesh networks, floating point algorithms, leveling up as a developer, and more. At PyCon 2019, Sumana Harihareswara, a longtime friend of The Recompiler, will be hosting a small arts festival: The Art of Python. Submissions for 5-20 minute plays … Continue reading Newsletter #79: Amazon’s Security Platform Encourages Racism