A collection of links that I found interesting and/or useful and I'd like to get again in my spare time, or, more seriously, a resource of references for my works.
- LavaRnd :: LavaRnd is a random number generator that turns real world physical chaotic events into cryptographically suitable form.
- Merriam-Webster online :: One of the most popular American dictionary. Fully fledged with a thesaurus and a speech-engine. Really enjoyable.
- Albert Einstein's Archives :: An online archive of all the documents produced by 1st1 (i.e. EINstEIN). You can also admire some of the original manuscripts.
- OOPweb.com :: the Object Oriented Programming Web.
- snippets.org :: a huge collection of snippets written in C, C++, Java and much more languages.
C and C++
- IOCCC :: the International Obfuscated C Code Context.
- ACCU :: Association of C and C++ Users.
Libraries and Toolkits
- ITK :: ITK is an open-source software toolkit for performing registration and segmentation. It supports the HVP.
- C++ Boost :: Free portable C++ source libraries.
- 99 bottles of beer :: A "Queneau's Exercises de style" programming cammeo: the same stupid program written hundreds of times in hundreds of programming languages.
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