by Y Combinator5/29/2017
Here are our favorite Hacker News comments from April and May.
The author of Sorting Two Metric Tons of Lego discusses his project in the comments.
Larry McVoy reflects on Bitkeeper, Git, and not taking investment.
A “double Bantu” replies to the article How the Bantu people surged across two-thirds of Africa.
Alan Kay joins in on the HN discussion of his startup school lecture.
A “former student of Lee Sedol and once aspiring professional Go player” answers questions from the community about the Ke Jie vs. AlphaGo match.
An explanation of how Samsung could have done a better job of making their new Iris recognition system more secure, from someone who claims to have done so as an undergrad.
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