Tumblelog: 090302

Handy one-liners for sed, just like the title says it’s a collection of handy sed one-liners.

Handy one-line scripts for awk, same as above but for awk. A good starting point if you want to learn the awk basics.

"WC" from The Daily WTF?!
"WC" from The Daily WTF?!

The Gallery of Exploding Servers, various servers being blown up on film. (Flash required)

Non-Von-1, Chris Fenton always wanted a supercomputer but could never afford one or offer up the space required to house it so he decided to build his own using FPGAs.

Browsershots, will grab screenshots of your site using a wide range of browsers and present them to you for inspection.

Structure and Interpretation of Computer Programs, Video Lectures, this is a great introductory course in computer science freely available as a set of videos.

GNU libsigsegv, a library which helps you to trap and handle page faults in user space.

Masashi Toyoda and SL command, scroll to the bottom of the page where you will find the ubiquitous sl command intended to teach you never to write ‘sl’ instead of ‘ls’ again.

Answering technical questions helpfully, Jon Skeet of Stack Overflow flame summarizes his experiences on answering technical questions.