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Something cool we just learned? Google is made up of over 2 billion lines of code that sit in a single repository. The company's 25,000 engineers “modify 15 million lines of code across 250,000 files each week.” Pretty mind-blowing stuff.

On a ridiculously simpler scale, we too have done something similar with our own computers, using them to compile details of several events taking place tonight and compiling them into a single document — and with about 24,998 fewer employees, too. — Cory Graves

Catfish & the Bottlemen at House of Blues
British rockers Catfish & the Bottlemen aren't big on subtlety, instead favoring huge choruses that have been described by some critics as “ham-fisted.” NME's Ben Homewood, for instance, says the band is, like, so 2005. Maybe some of you remember that year more fondly than he. — CG

Chef Collaboration Beer Dinner at BrainDead Brewing
Deep Ellum brewpub BrainDead Brewing's September beer dinner is a collaboration with chef Cody Sharp (The Standard Pour), and is the second installment of their guest chef series. Click the link for tonight's menu/to reserve your spot. — Porttia Portis

Se7ven at Alamo Drafthouse
No, but really, what's in the box? — CG

Outward Bound Mixtape Sessions at Crown and Harp (Free)
You really never know what you're going to get at these free, weekly mixed bills. Tonight, for instance, dirty Australian hardcore punks The Cuntz drop in to play with Dallas' Nervous Curtains, which is just about to release a new album. Bagheera and Jim Sangrey & Summusic also perform. — CG

Banned Poetry! at The Wild Detectives
In 1957, publisher Lawrence Ferlinghetti was arrested for printing Allen Ginsberg's Howl and Other Poems, and charged with disseminating obscene literature, thanks to a line about getting fucked in the ass. Tonight it'll be one of the works read aloud, in public, in a family-friendly coffee shop no less. — CG

Four Year Strong at Gas Monkey Bar N' Grill
Boston's Four Year Strong is a blend of early aughts pop punk with just enough hardcore thrown in to add some real weight to its sound. The band kicked off the summer with a new self-titled LP, it's first in four years, and sixth overall. The guys continue to tour in support of that one with Defeater, Expire and My Iron Lung in tow. — CG

The Independents at Three Links
Early '90s punks The Independents are often called Joey Ramone's favorite band and, indeed, the late Ramones frontman managed the horror punk outfit right up until his passing. With the help of openers Black Cat Attack and The Unmarked Graves they'll try to summon up a few ghosts of punk rockers past. — CG

To find out what else is going on today, this week and beyond, check out our events page.

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