Three Short Links is a daily look at interesting articles or projects that wander into my view. You’ll see a lot of code and musings on cloud and distributed architectures, cool new gadgets, and occasionally some more random topics including math, science, or, if you’re lucky, baseball.

  • What have we been doing for 40 years? Interesting post arguing that we’ve been focusing on innovation instead of invention for a long time now, and that without invention, we’ll stagnate.
  • Math for eight year olds: Awesome lesson walking kids (anyone, really) through the beginnings of graph theory and a proof around the Euler characteristic of connected planar graphs.
  • LLILC: Cross platform, LLVM compiler for .NET. Yet another step in the de-Windowsing of .NET.
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