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  4. Movie Director Genders

  5. How I Take Notes With Vim, Markdown, and Pandoc

  6. Open Source Students: Jay Kamat

  7. Counting Usernames from Malicious Login Attempts

  8. Open Source Students: Timothy Gu

  9. College Advice I Would Give My Freshman Self

  10. Open Source Students: Introduction

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  12. Thoughts on Qutebrowser

  13. Finding Free Food with Python

  14. Systemd Timers as a Cron Alternative

  15. Writing an HTTP server in Prolog

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