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  1. 98%Test Driving ChatGPT-4o (Part 3)
  2. 99%Happy Developers. It is Possible
  3. 99%High Agency in Software Engineering
  4. 99%GitHub - HigherOrderCO/Bend: A massively parallel, high-level programming language
  5. 99%100 Exercises To Learn Rust
  6. 99%How to Simulate MEV Arbitrage with REVM, Anvil and Alloy
  7. 99%Translation of the Rust's core and alloc crates | Formal Land
  8. 97%References are like jumps
  9. 98%Tuning ZIO for high performance
  10. 94%Thomas Eckert
  11. 99%Wasm vs. Docker | Docker
  12. 99%Parsing PNG images in Mojo
  13. 99%TypeScript: undefined and null are nothing and should keep being nothing — Domain Specific Language
  14. 99%GitHub - Hirrolot/datatype99: Algebraic data types for C99
  15. 97%Development notes from xkcd's "Machine"
  16. 99%Jonas Hietala: Browse posts with telescope.nvim
  17. 99%Zed Decoded: Linux when? - Zed Blog
  18. 99%A comprehensive introduction to CDNs
  19. 99%Careful with That Lock, Eugene: Part 2
  20. 99%Pair Your Compilers At The ABI Café - Faultlore
  21. 99%Using age with org-journal
  22. 76%Let me tell you a story - Byte Tank
  23. 88%Sakshat's blog - Is software engineering for you
  24. 97%Blog | atchyut.dev
  25. 94%Building a Rocket Engine from Scratch
  26. 97%The Sisyphean struggle and the new era of data infrastructure — Jack Vanlightly
  27. 99%Jonas Hietala: Customizing Neovim
  28. 98%Why I Left NixOS for Ubuntu
  29. 99%On Programming Languages
  30. 98%Thoughts on Zig
  31. 99%Working with Rust Libraries from C# .NET Applications
  32. 99%GitHub - borgo-lang/borgo: Borgo is a statically typed language that compiles to Go.
  33. 99%Borgo Programming Language
  34. 99%What Computers Cannot Do: The Consequences of Turing-Completeness
  35. 98%Memory Management Every Programmer Should Know
  36. 99%Thoughts on WASM
  37. 99%bun.report is Bun's new crash reporter
  38. 97%LogLog Games
  39. 98%The Importance of Maybe
  40. 99%Ruby might be faster than you think
  41. 99%The only two log levels you need are INFO and ERROR
  42. 97%Vimmer tries Emacs
  43. 98%C isn’t a Hangover; Rust isn’t a Hangover Cure
  44. 99%Building FocusGuardian, my TribeHacks IX submission, in 24 hours
  45. 87%Issue 54: Personal Library Science
  46. 95%Id30 – magnushoff.com
  47. 98%Good Ideas in Computer Science
  48. 99%An entire Social Network in 1.6GB (GraphD Part 2)
  49. 98%Adventures In Rust: Bringing Exchange Support To Thunderbird
  50. 99%The Real C++ Killers (Not You, Rust)
  51. 96%10x Engineers vs -10x Burdens
  52. 97%The Optimal Workspace
  53. 91%LLVM is Smarter Than Me
  54. 97%The Illustrated Word2vec
  55. 96%Do best practices really matter?
  56. 93%Yet Another REST Client?
  57. 98%Diffusion Models for Video Generation
  58. 99%Java 23: The New Features are Officially Announced
  59. 99%Getting Started with perlimports
  60. 99%Design Notes
  61. 99%My useless philosophical ramblings about the ecology of programming languages (and OOP is not Java)
  62. 98%Getting started with sched-ext development
  63. 98%Open Source, Supply Chains, and Bears (oh my!)
  64. 99%How to write a code formatter
  65. 85%GCC version 14 coming soon – and will drop Itanium support
  66. 94%Comparing Multiple Large Language Models in one Pass · Analyst 18
  67. 99%The case of the string being copied from a mysterious pointer to invalid memory - The Old New Thing
  68. 92%"BatBadBut" Vulnerability Discovered in Rust Standard Library on Windows - Cyber Kendra
  69. 95%EuroRust 2024 officially welcomes independent workers (updated)
  70. 99%The Simple Beauty of XOR Floating Point Compression
  71. 94%Open Source Financial Sponsorship Breakdown for 2023
  72. 98%The server chose violence - Cliffle
  73. 99%Thoughts on the xz backdoor: an lzma-rs perspective | Blog | Guillaume Endignoux
  74. 94%Twenty Years Is Nothing
  75. 99%A Brief Comparison of Modern Programming Languages
  76. 93%Looking for Alice
  77. 99%Self Modifying Code
  78. 99%An IRC client in your motherboard
  79. 99%HTTP/2 `CONTINUATION` Flood
  80. 98%Performance insights: Engineering for high performance
  81. 98%Oneiblog
  82. 99%How to create a blog using Golang
  83. 98%A lazy and flippant classification of programming languages
  84. 98%NixOS is not reproducible
  85. 99%Conway's Game of Life Through Time
  86. 98%GitHub - tedkim97/adcache
  87. 99%Lattice now compiles to .NET IL — John Austin
  88. 98%GitHub - buserror/libmui: Classic MacOS & GS/OS widget library for linux (and other?)
  89. 99%Type Inference Was a Mistake
  90. 99%Explaining the internals of async-task from the ground up
  91. 98%xorvoid
  92. 99%Helix
  93. 99%Garbage Collection for Systems Programmers
  94. 99%We are under DDoS attack and we do nothing
  95. 99%My list of challenging software projects some programmers should try
  96. 98%[Media] Lars Bergstrom (Google Director of Engineering): "Rust teams are twice as productive as teams using C++."
  97. 96%Processing 6 Billion Chess Games in Less Than 2 Hours
  98. 92%Is Europe Better Than America for Working in Tech?
  99. 91%Sudo-rs dependencies: when less is better - Blog - Tweede golf
  100. 99%Binary array set
  101. 99%What Computers Cannot Do: The Consequences of Turing-Completeness
  102. 99%Writing GNOME Apps with Swift
  103. 97%On Tech Debt: My Rust Library is now a CDO
  104. 87%RIP Redis: How Garantia Data pulled off the biggest heist in open source history — Momento
  105. 99%Why choose async/await over threads?
  106. 98%Build time is a collective responsibility
  107. 99%Cranelift code generation comes to Rust
  108. 99%A review of the Thinkpad X13s with Ubuntu Linux ⋅ ahoneybun.net
  109. 99%Batyr Nuryyev | Biting Off More Than We Can Chew with OLAP Libraries
  110. 99%devenv 1.0: Rewrite in Rust - devenv
  111. 99%Knee Deep in tree-sitter Queries
  112. 98%Eio 1.0 Release: Introducing a new Effects-Based I/O Library for OCaml
  113. 99%🔬 Rustls: Continuous Benchmarking Case Study
  114. 96%Regex character “$” doesn't mean “end-of-string”
  115. 99%GitHub - ynqa/jnv: interactive JSON filter using jq
  116. 99%Let's create a Tree-sitter grammar
  117. 91%C++ creator rebuts White House warning
  118. 99%commit message rant (part 1 of n) - hēg denu
  119. 93%I’m Finally Quitting Trying to Quit My Bad Habits
  120. 92%Code samples for the opening chapter of Refactoring
  121. 96%50 Ideas for Life I Repeatedly Share – Daniel Frank
  122. 99%GitHub - 0x192/universal-android-debloater: Cross-platform GUI written in Rust using ADB to debloat non-rooted android devices. Improve your privacy, the security and battery life of your device.
  123. 99%Zig, Rust, and other languages
  124. 99%How to Patch A Package Source on NixOS
  125. 99%Achieving awful compression with digits of pi
  126. 95%Why software projects fail
  127. 97%10 years in Open Source
  128. 99%Words of Wisdom: Backend Edition
  129. 99%Release Bebop v3.0.4 · betwixt-labs/bebop
  130. 99%smeso - Memory ordering and atomic operations synchronization
  131. 98%How to Lose Control of your Shell
  132. 96%Regex character “$” doesn't mean “end-of-string”
  133. 98%Why Can't Programmers Agree on Anything?
  134. 98%LLM with Ollama and similarity search with Qdrant, vector database - Vincent Composieux - Tech Lead Full Stack / DevOps & Architect over Go, PHP Symfony, NodeJS, Cloud (AWS, GCP) and much more
  135. 99%Sorting with CUDA (SIMD) shuffling
  136. 99%vorant94 | Divide and conquer: right concerns to separate
  137. 85%Why Browsers Get Built - Infrequently Noted
  138. 93%Secure by Design: Google’s Perspective on Memory Safety
  139. 98%The AI Dilemma: When Large Language Model Training Reaches A Dead End
  140. 96%Regex character “$” doesn't mean “end-of-string”
  141. 99%What high-performance language to learn?
  142. 92%Bleacher Report gutting out OTP
  143. 98%Interview Feedback to an Upcoming Computer Science Student
  144. 99%I'm a programmer and I'm stupid
  145. 98%Dapr v1.13 is now available
  146. 98%Making Make a README
  147. 98%Autogenerating a Book Series From Three Years of iMessages
  148. 99%The "missing" graph datatype already exists. It was invented in the '70s
  149. 99%C skill issue; how the White House is wrong
  150. 99%Let's not over-hype rust.
  151. 98%The Hunt for the Missing Data Type
  152. 96%Gleam version 1 – Gleam
  153. 99%How To Run Your Benchmarks - 2 Ways To Run BenchmarkDotNet
  154. 97%The hater’s guide to Kubernetes
  155. 99%Why F# is a fun programming language
  156. 95%Applying Growth Mindset to Learning Rust – Dev Leader Weekly 33
  157. 99%GitHub - pydantic/FastUI: Build better UIs faster.
  158. 99%Snapshot Testing - blag
  159. 98%XeDN on Tigris - Xe Iaso
  160. 98%In praise of Nushell
  161. 98%Introducing oneRepo: the JavaScript & TypeScript monorepo toolchain for safe, strict, & fast development • Paul Armstrong
  162. 97%Instrument Serverless Rust Applications with Open Telemetry
  163. 98%GitHub - cloudflare/pingora: A library for building fast, reliable and evolvable network services.
  164. 99%Marc Kerbiquet's Website
  165. 90%White House urges developers to dump C and C++
  166. 94%About Rapier | Rapier
  167. 99%OOP and Design Patterns are garbage - Douglas' Blog
  168. 99%Scheduling Internals
  169. 99%ARCHITECTURE.md
  170. 99%Language Checklist
  171. 99%Things I Used to Care About
  172. 94%formats
  173. 99%Cycles all way down
  174. 97%How to Make a List of Nearly Every Minecraft Player
  175. 99%Atuin - Magical Shell History
  176. 97%The eBook for 'Why Cryptocurrencies?' is now available for free
  177. 99%GitHub - Speykious/cve-rs: Blazingly 🔥 fast 🚀 memory vulnerabilities, written in 100% safe Rust. 🦀
  178. 99%VisualStudio.Extensibility: Install extensions without restarting Visual Studio! - Visual Studio Blog
  179. 99%A simple but safe deploy script
  180. 98%Introducing Safecat
  181. 98%The most useful programming language
  182. 97%Microsoft Abandons DotNet For Rust?! - Uncover The Truth
  183. 99%From 1s to 4ms
  184. 97%We Have to Start Over: From Atom to Zed - Zed Blog
  185. 99%.NET Continuous Profiler: CPU and Wall Time Profiling
  186. 93%API Part 7 – Swagger Comments
  187. 99%uv: Python packaging in Rust
  188. 97%Observable 2.0 | Observable
  189. 99%Aaron Schlesinger's Personal Site
  190. 98%The Perfect Project Structure for Production Ready Serverless Rust
  191. 99%SP1 Book
  192. 94%The CMS I would like to see.
  193. 98%Improve your SQL skills X2 in 5 minutes
  194. 99%Hello world, and the future for PyO3
  195. 99%I worry our Copilot is leaving some passengers behind
  196. 98%Antithesis – autonomous testing
  197. 57%I applied for a software role at FedEx and was asked to take this bizarre personality test.
  198. 99%Shell scripting with Elixir - Michal (arathunku)
  199. 77%AMD Quietly Funded A Drop-In CUDA Implementation Built On ROCm: It's Now Open-Source
  200. 99%Sudo On Windows a Quick Rundown
  201. 96%dax - Cross-platform shell tools for Node.js
  202. 99%Announcing Rust 1.76.0 | Rust Blog
  203. 96%On the virtues of the trailing comma - The Old New Thing
  204. 97%A Splendid Scala Journey
  205. 99%Garbage Collection Without Unsafe Code
  206. 99%Calling System Functions in a JIT
  207. 96%What's the hype with Rust and AWS Lambda?
  208. 74%The Genius of Peter Thiel in attacking the Ivy Leagues and high school dropouts shattering the college gospel
  209. 84%Google throws $1M at Rust Foundation to build C++ bridges
  210. 99%Why RustPython?
  211. 95%Microsoft Ditches C# for Rust: M365 Core Gets Safety and Perf Boosts
  212. 99%Deno in 2023
  213. 88%Microsoft Is Abandoning C# for Rust! Now What?
  214. 99%Let futures be futures
  215. 97%Generating code was never the hard part - Nick Scialli
  216. 88%The Duty to Data Portability
  217. 99%jj init — Sympolymathesy, by Chris Krycho
  218. 99%Is Apple Gonna Be Okay?
  219. 98%Reverse-engineering the Synacor Challenge
  220. 99%Blogging in Djot instead of Markdown
  221. 85%GitHub - vitoplantamura/HackerNewsRemovals: List of stories removed from the Hacker News Front Page, updated in real time.
  222. 99%Embracing Functional Programming in C#
  223. 98%Build vs. Buy for Feature Flags: My Experience as a CTO with a 20+ Engineer Team - Flagsmith
  224. 82%What You Need Is Motivation — Ethan Lalakea Alter
  225. 92%The undercover generalist
  226. 98%Polars — Why we have rewritten the string data type
  227. 95%Colin Woodbury - Subsetting your Life
  228. 99%Improving upon my OpenTelemetry Tracing demo
  229. 83%A few thoughts on intensity.
  230. 98%Playing with Nom and parser combinators
  231. 99%Principles for Managing Remote Teams and Freelancers
  232. 99%PGXN Challenges
  233. 99%I Just Wanted Emacs to Look Nice — Using 24-Bit Color in Terminals
  234. 98%Colin Woodbury - A Tour of the Lisps
  235. 99%One Billion Record Challenge in Elixir
  236. 98%Asymptotic Closeness
  237. 99%Introducing: Green Thumb Guide
  238. 99%An old solution to modern OpenAI GPTs problems
  239. 99%GitHub - oxidecomputer/helios: Helios: Or, a Vision in a Dream. A Fragment.
  240. 99%The Performance Management Formula
  241. 99%Arend van Beelen jr.
  242. 98%Informal Leadership in Software Engineering – What You Need To Progress
  243. 95%Hype — bayindirh
  244. 96%War Room Wisdom for Software Developers
  245. 96%My Impressions of Hare
  246. 98%Safe Manual Memory Management with Coeffects
  247. 99%GitHub - FractalFir/rustc_codegen_clr: This rust compiler backend emmits valid CIL (.NET IR), enabling you to use Rust in .NET projects
  248. 99%My experience working on rustc_codegen_clr
  249. 99%SourceGear Rust - Visual Studio Marketplace
  250. 99%Python & JavaScript Libraries · Ollama Blog
  251. 94%Use Azure Quantum 'Playground' to Explore New v1.0 Dev Kit -- Visual Studio Magazine
  252. 99%Meta Blog: I'm a JS Developer now
  253. 61%Against Normalcy: Why Being Normal Can Be Dangerous
  254. 98%Alec’s Blog - How to (Almost) Never Lose A Game
  255. 99%Zero-Sum vs. Positive-Sum Product Theory
  256. 89%Overcoming My Reddit Addiction
  257. 99%The case of the fail-fast trying to log a caught exception - The Old New Thing
  258. 99%Different Node.js Versions & Package Managers Per Project
  259. 97%JARMuary continues - Converting a Razor Pages website to Blazor - Part 11
  260. 97%Maybe don't use Blake3 on Short Inputs
  261. 86%What makes an entrepreneur succeed?
  262. 99%Perfecting Protocol Parsing (Probably) with eBPF
  263. 99%NixOS on Hetzner Dedicated - mhu.dev
  264. 98%David Adam (@zanchey@aus.social)
  265. 92%Let's Help Org Mode Escape From Emacs
  266. 99%In C++/WinRT, how can I await multiple coroutines and capture the results?, part 3 - The Old New Thing
  267. 97%Code Reviews
  268. 99%In search of a Search Engine, beyond Elasticsearch: Introducing Zinc
  269. 99%GitHub - every-day-things/citadel: Manage your ebook library without frustrations. Calibre compatible.
  270. 91%The Slow Frontier of Genetic Choice
  271. 99%#1 BRC in .NET: even faster than Java and C++
  272. 92%Attending NeurIPS 2023
  273. 98%Programming in just ONE language should be lauded. – Cliffski's Blog
  274. 99%In C++/WinRT, how can I await multiple coroutines and capture the results?, part 3 - The Old New Thing
  275. 99%.NET Continuous Profiler: Under the Hood
  276. 99%JSON Web Tokens are actually great, just not for sessions
  277. 99%Local Development With Mirrord | LinuxBlog.xyz
  278. 99%Jonas Hietala: Exploring the Gleam FFI
  279. 93%The Simplest Way To Implement a Background Job
  280. 97%Binius: a Hardware-Optimized SNARK
  281. 99%Why stdout is faster than stderr? - Orhun's Blog
  282. 97%path.join Considered Harmful, or openat() All The Things
  283. 99%How to stop Linux threads cleanly
  284. 99%Python 3.13 gets a JIT
  285. 98%Polars
  286. 98%Reimagining Web APIs - Multilingual/ Rusty Web Servers
  287. 99%Iced through an example: A Twenty-One game
  288. 99%GitHub - moturus/motor-os
  289. 99%GitHub - extrawurst/gitui: Blazing 💥 fast terminal-ui for git written in rust 🦀
  290. 97%Weird things engineers believe about Web development
  291. 88%Race and Fantasy
  292. 98%Pete Millspaugh
  293. 99%Rust, Ruby, and the Art of Implicit Returns
  294. 79%What I learned Joining a Climate Civil Resistance Organization For 18 Months - Guillaume L'Hostis
  295. 97%Data Protection assessment of Privacy Sandbox's Protected Audience API
  296. 99%What I did in 2023
  297. 99%GitHub - uutils/coreutils: Cross-platform Rust rewrite of the GNU coreutils
  298. 99%Maestro - Introduction
  299. 99%Differences Between NUnit, xUnit and MSTest - Code Maze
  300. 98%Why doesn't my code compile when I change a shared_ptr<T>(p) to an equivalent make_shared<T>(p)? - The Old New Thing
  301. 97%Lookahead 2024 — Domain Specific Language
  302. 99%Writing a TrueType font renderer
  303. 93%Compiling Success: My Aspirations for a Transformative Year Ahead - Chris Woodruff's Blog
  304. 99%This year in LLVM (2023)
  305. 96%How They’re Connected and What to Do About It – Solving Procrastination
  306. 98%7 watts idle on Intel 12th/13th gen: the foundation for building a low power server/NAS | mattgadient.com
  307. 98%You should be using rtx
  308. 98%Poor Man's Web
  309. 99%Challenging projects every programmer should try
  310. 99%std::print in C++23
  311. 98%Best engineers are focusing on helping others
  312. 97%Update in Thrussh: the SSH Terrapin attack
  313. 99%How I Have Fun With Rust
  314. 98%Memory Safety is a Red Herring
  315. 98%Perl Advent Calendar 2023 - Elves Versus Typos
  316. 98%.NET Developer tries Laravel PHP
  317. 99%Security and Crashing with Modal Logic
  318. 98%Progress toward a GCC-based Rust compiler
  319. 99%GitHub - wasm3/wasm3: 🚀 A fast WebAssembly interpreter and the most universal WASM runtime
  320. 73%Mickey, Disney, and the Public Domain: a 95-year Love Triangle | Duke University School of Law
  321. 98%I'm still fed up and a browser is coming along fine
  322. 99%A curiously recurring lifetime issue
  323. 94%The JavaScript Oxidation Compiler
  324. 99%How do I specify an optional string parameter to a Windows Runtime method? - The Old New Thing
  325. 93%VS Code Used to Survey Go Devs, Who Name VS Code No. 1 Editor -- Visual Studio Magazine
  326. 98%How do I specify an optional parameter to a Windows Runtime method? - The Old New Thing
  327. 96%Adopting Rust: the missing playbook for managers and CTOs - Mainmatter
  328. 95%Usability Digest Dec. 2023: Improved autofill reliability, lock state, and item title generation
  329. 97%How can I work around the absence of default parameters in the Windows Runtime? - The Old New Thing
  330. 75%U.S. and International Partners Issue Recommendations to Secure Software Products Through
  331. 99%4 ways to create Unit Tests without Interfaces in C#
  332. 99%My Christmas tree has a custom processor
  333. 99%An adventure with whisper, wasi, and wazero
  334. 99%Trying chDB, an embeddable ClickHouse engine
  335. 99%Non-Send Futures When?
  336. 93%VS Code's Copilot 'AI Pair Programmer' Improves Chat UI, Explains Rust Code -- Visual Studio Magazine
  337. 99%What's New in Blazor in .NET 8 (What is Blazor SSR)
  338. 98%Nginx is Probably Fine
  339. 99%Non-Send Futures When?
  340. 99%Make a Linux App
  341. 89%Calling a bureaucrat by its name
  342. 99%The Plug-in System Hiding in Your App
  343. 99%Skills to plugins: fully embracing the OpenAI plugin spec in Semantic Kernel | Semantic Kernel
  344. 96%Things I learned from teaching
  345. 99%Hexagonal Architecture with Rust & AWS Lambda | James Eastham Personal Blog
  346. 99%All my favorite tracing tools: eBPF, QEMU, Perfetto, new ones I built and more
  347. 98%Stupid Tools | Obiter dicta
  348. 99%Your Interview Process Is Too Damn Long (and How To Fix It)
  349. 99%Smart Constructors
  350. 99%A Decade of Developing a Programming Language: A Response Response
  351. 98%Vicyyn - Simple Obsidian System for 99% of Your Needs
  352. 98%Why does everyone install crates globally?
  353. 95%Native Rust in Visual Studio Is Top Dev Request, but Progress Slow -- Visual Studio Magazine
  354. 99%ripgrep is faster than {grep, ag, git grep, ucg, pt, sift}
  355. 99%Is c# underhyped?
  356. 99%GitHub - 01mf02/jaq: A jq clone focussed on correctness, speed, and simplicity
  357. 99%Yusuf Aytas - Becoming a Rockstar Engineer
  358. 99%Rust std fs slower than Python!? No, it's hardware!
  359. 99%Rust: Memory Management
  360. 95%Five Learnings from Five Years as a First-Time Founder
  361. 98%Consider Writing Documentation for Your House
  362. 98%GitHub - federico-busato/Modern-CPP-Programming: Modern C++ Programming Course (C++11/14/17/20)
  363. 98%Serverless Speed: Rust vs. Go, Java, and Python in AWS Lambda Functions
  364. 99%Python is Easy. Go is Simple. Simple != Easy.
  365. 97%$20k Bounty was Claimed! · Prettier
  366. 97%Update on the rust port · fish-shell/fish-shell · Discussion #10123
  367. 99%VectorDB
  368. 99%The largest number representable in 64 bits
  369. 98%Registering My Hypotheses On Starting A Business — Ludicity
  370. 98%Fastify Frontends Are Here
  371. 95%I hereby pardon all junior engineers
  372. 99%Launch Week Day 3 - Fastest self-hostable open-source workflow engine | Windmill
  373. 92%Vlang or: How I learned even open-source communities can operate as fascist regimes
  374. 77%How mathematics built the modern world - Works in Progress
  375. 96%Dealing with Failures and Postmortems
  376. 99%Plonky 3 / Valida October Review
  377. 98%Test-Driving Windows 11 Dev Drive for .NET
  378. 95%Building a digital vigil for those we've lost
  379. 99%The Roc Programming Language
  380. 99%Sweet Jesus, Pooh! That's Not Honey! - You're Eating Recursion!
  381. 98%Tree-Sitter Highlighting in Vim
  382. 79%Every Day is Acting School: How to Manage Creative Works, with Humans, for Money.
  383. 98%Announcing Vite 5
  384. 93%The dangers of reproducing while old
  385. 93%Half-Life
  386. 99%Announcing Rust 1.74.0 | Rust Blog
  387. 98%Aaron Schlesinger's Personal Site
  388. 97%Smol's introduction blogpost
  389. 98%Minimize global process | Organizing Chaos
  390. 99%Why does calling a coroutine allocate a lot of stack space even though the coroutine frame is on the heap? - The Old New Thing
  391. 98%Hacking ADHD - Strategies for the Modern Developer | Ledger
  392. 98%You should track your finances in TOML
  393. 95%Yusuf Aytas - The Path to Leadership
  394. 99%Cancellation and Async State Machines
  395. 97%Building an occupancy sensor with an ESP32 and a serverless DB
  396. 98%Top 10 highest paid programming languages in 2023
  397. 99%Fast and Portable Llama2 Inference on the Heterogeneous Edge
  398. 95%Gartner and your Life Partners
  399. 86%Nader Ouerdiane - Software Engineer
  400. 96%mht.wtf
  401. 99%Data Oriented Blogging
  402. 87%How I got here
  403. 84%I Skipped to the Ending
  404. 99%Faster compilation with the parallel front-end in nightly | Rust Blog
  405. 97%Octoverse: The state of open source and rise of AI in 2023
  406. 99%Hare aims to become a 100-year programming language
  407. 98%Officially Qualified - Ferrocene
  408. 99%Constraint Oriented Programming in C#
  409. 99%10x Developer Workflow on Windows
  410. 99%Creating Hyperlinks in .NET MAUI – AskXammy
  411. 99%Bevy 0.12
  412. 98%How I learned to stop worrying and love byte ordering
  413. 96%Why you should outsource your opinions
  414. 99%A new way to bring garbage collected programming languages efficiently to WebAssembly · V8
  415. 99%Wolf, goat and cabbage problem TLA+ modeling
  416. 99%C# Unit Testing Tutorial For Beginners
  417. 99%Analyzing Data 170,000x Faster with Python
  418. 97%Gregory Szorc's Digital Home | My User Experience Porting Off setup.py
  419. 94%Open Telemetry – Instrumentation and Metrics
  420. 99%mht.wtf
  421. 90%Now add a walrus: Prompt engineering in DALL-E 3
  422. 97%I Rewrote my CV in Typst and I'll Never Look Back
  423. 97%An Open Letter to Cryptographers: Please Work Together
  424. 98%Things I like about Gleam's Syntax
  425. 99%Helix
  426. 99%Was Rust Worth It?
  427. 99%Crafting boring APIs: lessons learned from implementing fallback handlers in Pavex | Luca Palmieri
  428. 98%axo blog - System dependencies are hard (so we made them easier)
  429. 95%Triggering `entr`
  430. 98%The Most Memory Safe Native Programming Language
  431. 97%I got my genome sequenced
  432. 80%The Cache Storage Layer
  433. 97%He Who Gives Up Correctness for Performance Deserves Neither
  434. 99%A programming system
  435. 98%Just paying Figma $15/month because nothing else fucking works
  436. 98%The State of WebAssembly 2023
  437. 99%Ava for Windows – Kamil Tomšík
  438. 93%Galactic Civilizations: Does N=1? | Centauri Dreams
  439. 90%Thousands of elderly twins assure me that my kids will be alright | Robert Heaton
  440. 98%How Does Pattern Matching Work in C#? #shorts
  441. 99%Write more "useless" software | nicole@web
  442. 99%GitHub - hadashiA/VYaml: The extra fast, low memory footprint YAML library for C#, focued on .NET and Unity.
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