My shared links for April 4th:
Flattr – Social micropayments – An interesting model that I hadn’t heard of. You set a monthly amount to spend and when you see a flattr button, you click on it. They then divide your monthly amount among the people you clicked on that month.
Sounds great but I have never seen a button, unless it’s been hidden among many other warts.
Haskell: Functional Programming, Solid Code, Big Data (1)) – Bryan O’Sullivan’s Haskell tutorial from Strange Loop 2011
QuickCheck | YELLOSOFT – Lots of ports of QuickCheck
Simple Quickcheck implementation for Python – Random test generation that is not as nice as Haskell’s quickcheck but will do the job.