OverAPI.com – Collecting All Cheat Sheets
GitHub blog shares some trends in regards to programming languages, which includes both public and private repositories:
Interesting. I haven’t seen many Java and C# projects myself, but I’m in a very different bubble. PHP stays on #4 for years. VimL, the language in which most plugins for Vim editor are written, makes it to #10 in 2010, which suggests that there are way more plugins than I ever thought. The drop in Perl is also quite notable, but not very surprising.
I’ve mentioned Graphviz many a time on this blog. It’s simple to use, yet very powerful. The dot language is something that can be jotted down by hand in the simplest of all text editors, or generated programmatically.
The official website features a gallery, which demonstrates a wide range of graphs. But I still wanted to blog a few examples from my recent use.
From Geek and Poke.