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  1. January 2017

    1. How RC uses Zulip
  2. October 2016

    1. Code Words Issue Seven, and some changes
  3. August 2016

    1. Pausing RC Research
  4. July 2016

    1. Five years
  5. June 2016

    1. Thanks to Perka for funding $10k of diversity grants
  6. May 2016

    1. Andreas Fuchs, Sarah Sharp, and Jamey Sharp are Recurse Center residents
  7. April 2016

    1. Steve Klabnik, Paul Fenwick, and Frank Wang are Recurse Center residents
  8. March 2016

    1. Welcome Lisa and James (and Ginger)!
    2. A new essay from RC Research Fellow Michael Nielsen
    3. Code Words Issue Six
    4. Nine reflections on RC
  9. February 2016

    1. You can now attend RC Retreat for six weeks
    2. We're hosting an info session in San Francisco
  10. January 2016

    1. RC Start: Free one-on-one mentorship for new programmers
    2. Evan Czaplicki and Yan Zhu are Recurse Center residents
  11. December 2015

    1. Code Words Issue Five
    2. The Finger Waggle
  12. November 2015

    1. Advice for new Recursers
    2. Why am I saying this?
  13. October 2015

    1. Why research
    2. Star Simpson, Tim Abbott and Marijn Haverbeke are Recurse Center residents
    3. Code Words Issue Four
  14. September 2015

    1. Zulip: Supporting OSS at the Recurse Center
  15. August 2015

    1. Four new Recurse Center residents
  16. July 2015

    1. Three reasons to apply (and three reasons not to)
    2. We're hosting an open house
  17. June 2015

    1. Code Words Issue Three
  18. May 2015

    1. More new residents for 2015
    2. Join the Recurse Center and help people find fulfilling work
    3. Michael Nielsen joins the Recurse Center to help build a research lab
  19. April 2015

    1. What people do at the Recurse Center (April 2015)
    2. Announcing four new residents for summer 2015
    3. A guide to RC at PyCon 2015
    4. Mark Dominus and Ben Orenstein are Recurse Center residents
  20. March 2015

    1. Code Words Issue Two
    2. Hacker School is now the Recurse Center
    3. Alumni interviewers
  21. February 2015

    1. Goodbye Paper of the Week
    2. A string of unexpected lengths
    3. A day at Hacker School
    4. Paper of the Week: Compositing Digital Images
    5. Paper of the Week: Literate Programming
  22. January 2015

    1. Paper of the Week: The Evolution of the Unix Time-sharing System
    2. Paper of the Week: Xen and the Art of Virtualization
  23. December 2014

    1. A small step in a new direction
    2. Announcing eight new residents for 2015
    3. Four failure modes of Hacker Schoolers
    4. Paper of the Week: Open, extensible object models
    5. Negative comments
    6. Michael Lee is a last minute resident
    7. Paper of the Week: Structural Regular Expressions
    8. Introducing Code Words
    9. 23 Hacker Schoolers and Residents on their experiences at Hacker School
    10. Paper of the Week: Statecharts: A Visual Formalism for Complex Systems
  24. November 2014

    1. Paper of the Week: Notation as a Tool of Thought
    2. Paper of the Week: The Power of Two Random Choices: A Survey of Techniques and Results
    3. Testing from the ground up
    4. Paper of the Week: Worlds: Controlling the Scope of Side Effects
    5. What people do at Hacker School (Nov 2014)
    6. Paper of the Week: Managing Update Conflicts in Bayou, a Weakly Connected Replicated Storage System
  25. October 2014

    1. Jean Yang and Matt Might are Hacker School Residents
    2. Paper of the Week: Out of the Tar Pit
    3. Hacker School Profile: Stephanie Samson
    4. Paper of the Week: The Chubby Lock Service for Loosely-Coupled Distributed Systems
    5. Paper of the Week: The Power of Interoperability: Why Objects Are Inevitable
    6. An unusual goodbye
    7. Paper of the Week: On Understanding Data Abstraction, Revisited
  26. September 2014

    1. Spring 2, 2015 applications are open
    2. Paper of the Week: Error Detecting and Error Correcting Codes
    3. Building a better and more diverse community
    4. Paper of the Week: Reflections on Trusting Trust
    5. Introducing "Paper of the Week"
    6. New batch names
  27. August 2014

    1. What people do at Hacker School
  28. July 2014

    1. Subtle -isms at Hacker School
  29. June 2014

    1. Welcome Rachel!
  30. May 2014

    1. Overlapping batches
  31. April 2014

    1. We're hiring an operations person
  32. March 2014

    1. Mistakes we've made
  33. February 2014

    1. Summer and fall 2014 applications are open
    2. Acceptance rates
  34. January 2014

    1. Winter 2014 residents
    2. Words are hard
  35. December 2013

    1. Google sponsors over $150k of grants for female programmers
    2. Treating people like adults
  36. November 2013

    1. Fundamental qualities of good programmers
    2. Dropbox, Etsy, Jane Street, Tapad, and Tumblr support female programmers at Hacker School
  37. October 2013

    1. Who comes to Hacker School?
  38. August 2013

    1. Fall Residents at Hacker School
    2. Announcing the Hacker School Maintainers Program
    3. Partnering with Juniper
  39. July 2013

    1. Little Lisp interpreter
    2. What we look for in students
  40. May 2013

    1. One more resident: Alex Payne
    2. Publishing the Hacker School User's Manual
  41. April 2013

    1. Peter Norvig and eight others are Hacker School residents
  42. March 2013

    1. New residents and sponsors
    2. Mary Rose Cook is a Hacker Schooler
  43. February 2013

    1. There's no magic: virtualenv edition
  44. January 2013

    1. List comprehensions in eight lines of Clojure
  45. December 2012

    1. What we mean when we say "hacker"
    2. Exploring Emacs
    3. Stop waiting: Winter 2013 applications are open
  46. November 2012

    1. We're thankful for GitHub and Palantir
  47. September 2012

    1. Alex Payne, Peter Seibel, Jessica McKellar, David Nolen, and Stefan Karpinski are Hacker School Residents
    2. Understanding C by learning assembly
  48. August 2012

    1. Allison and Zach are Hacker Schoolers
    2. Learning C with gdb
    3. Fall Applications and Hacker School Residencies
  49. May 2012

    1. Welcome Tom and Alan!
  50. April 2012

    1. Do you have enough experience for Hacker School?
    2. Summer 2012 Applications Open