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Something else I came across quite a while ago: http://www.cs.usfca.edu/~galles/visualization/

Thought someone else might find it useful :)
Visualizing Algorithms. The best way to understand complex data structures is to see them in action. We've developed interactive animations for a variety of data structures and algorithms. Our visualization tool is written in javascript using the HTML5 canvas element, and run in just about any ...
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Just came across a diagram editor called "yEd". Seems usable. Does not contain all elements I would wish it to have (f.ex. no elements for a sequence diagram).

But apart from that it looks quite nice.

http://www.yworks.com/en/products_yed_about.html
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Python saw some outstanding twists this year. We will take some time to reflect on the most outstanding development related articles of 2013.
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Here's a very interesting article about RESTful services. Having developed a share of remote services, I can only agree: http://www.crummy.com/writing/speaking/2008-QCon/act3.html
A talk delivered at QCon 2008.
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Introduction. There are a number of technologies we use everyday when we browse the web. There is the data itself (the web pages) obviously, the formatting of this data, the transport mechanism which allows us to retrieve this data, and there is the foundation, the root, the thing that makes the ...
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A genious way to explain how a computer works (by Feynman): Richard Feynman Computer Heuristics Lecture
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