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  1. 99%Smart Constructors
  2. 99%A Decade of Developing a Programming Language: A Response Response
  3. 98%Vicyyn - Simple Obsidian System for 99% of Your Needs
  4. 98%Why does everyone install crates globally?
  5. 95%Native Rust in Visual Studio Is Top Dev Request, but Progress Slow -- Visual Studio Magazine
  6. 99%ripgrep is faster than {grep, ag, git grep, ucg, pt, sift}
  7. 99%Is c# underhyped?
  8. 99%GitHub - 01mf02/jaq: A jq clone focussed on correctness, speed, and simplicity
  9. 99%Yusuf Aytas - Becoming a Rockstar Engineer
  10. 99%Rust std fs slower than Python!? No, it's hardware!
  11. 99%Rust: Memory Management
  12. 95%Five Learnings from Five Years as a First-Time Founder
  13. 98%Consider Writing Documentation for Your House
  14. 98%GitHub - federico-busato/Modern-CPP-Programming: Modern C++ Programming Course (C++11/14/17/20)
  15. 98%Serverless Speed: Rust vs. Go, Java, and Python in AWS Lambda Functions
  16. 99%Python is Easy. Go is Simple. Simple != Easy.
  17. 97%$20k Bounty was Claimed! · Prettier
  18. 97%Update on the rust port · fish-shell/fish-shell · Discussion #10123
  19. 99%VectorDB
  20. 99%The largest number representable in 64 bits
  21. 98%Registering My Hypotheses On Starting A Business — Ludicity
  22. 98%Fastify Frontends Are Here
  23. 95%I hereby pardon all junior engineers
  24. 99%Launch Week Day 3 - Fastest self-hostable open-source workflow engine | Windmill
  25. 92%Vlang or: How I learned even open-source communities can operate as fascist regimes
  26. 77%How mathematics built the modern world - Works in Progress
  27. 96%Dealing with Failures and Postmortems
  28. 99%Plonky 3 / Valida October Review
  29. 98%Test-Driving Windows 11 Dev Drive for .NET
  30. 94%runner-images/images/ubuntu/Ubuntu2204-Readme.md at main · actions/runner-images
  31. 95%Building a digital vigil for those we've lost
  32. 99%The Roc Programming Language
  33. 99%Sweet Jesus, Pooh! That's Not Honey! - You're Eating Recursion!
  34. 98%Tree-Sitter Highlighting in Vim
  35. 79%Every Day is Acting School: How to Manage Creative Works, with Humans, for Money.
  36. 98%Announcing Vite 5
  37. 93%The dangers of reproducing while old
  38. 93%Half-Life
  39. 99%Announcing Rust 1.74.0 | Rust Blog
  40. 98%Aaron Schlesinger's Personal Site
  41. 97%Smol's introduction blogpost
  42. 98%Minimize global process | Organizing Chaos
  43. 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
  44. 98%Hacking ADHD - Strategies for the Modern Developer | Ledger
  45. 98%You should track your finances in TOML
  46. 95%Yusuf Aytas - The Path to Leadership
  47. 99%Cancellation and Async State Machines
  48. 97%Building an occupancy sensor with an ESP32 and a serverless DB
  49. 98%Top 10 highest paid programming languages in 2023
  50. 99%Fast and Portable Llama2 Inference on the Heterogeneous Edge
  51. 95%Gartner and your Life Partners
  52. 86%Nader Ouerdiane - Software Engineer
  53. 96%mht.wtf
  54. 99%Data Oriented Blogging
  55. 87%How I got here
  56. 84%I Skipped to the Ending
  57. 99%Faster compilation with the parallel front-end in nightly | Rust Blog
  58. 97%Octoverse: The state of open source and rise of AI in 2023
  59. 99%Hare aims to become a 100-year programming language
  60. 98%Officially Qualified - Ferrocene
  61. 99%Constraint Oriented Programming in C#
  62. 99%10x Developer Workflow on Windows
  63. 99%Creating Hyperlinks in .NET MAUI – AskXammy
  64. 99%Bevy 0.12
  65. 98%How I learned to stop worrying and love byte ordering
  66. 96%Why you should outsource your opinions
  67. 99%A new way to bring garbage collected programming languages efficiently to WebAssembly · V8
  68. 99%Wolf, goat and cabbage problem TLA+ modeling
  69. 99%C# Unit Testing Tutorial For Beginners
  70. 99%Analyzing Data 170,000x Faster with Python
  71. 97%Gregory Szorc's Digital Home | My User Experience Porting Off setup.py
  72. 94%Open Telemetry – Instrumentation and Metrics
  73. 99%mht.wtf
  74. 90%Now add a walrus: Prompt engineering in DALL-E 3
  75. 97%I Rewrote my CV in Typst and I'll Never Look Back
  76. 97%An Open Letter to Cryptographers: Please Work Together
  77. 98%Things I like about Gleam's Syntax
  78. 99%Helix
  79. 99%Was Rust Worth It?
  80. 99%Crafting boring APIs: lessons learned from implementing fallback handlers in Pavex | Luca Palmieri
  81. 98%axo blog - System dependencies are hard (so we made them easier)
  82. 95%Triggering `entr`
  83. 98%The Most Memory Safe Native Programming Language
  84. 97%I got my genome sequenced
  85. 80%The Cache Storage Layer
  86. 97%He Who Gives Up Correctness for Performance Deserves Neither
  87. 99%A programming system
  88. 98%Just paying Figma $15/month because nothing else fucking works
  89. 98%The State of WebAssembly 2023
  90. 99%Ava for Windows – Kamil Tomšík
  91. 93%Galactic Civilizations: Does N=1? | Centauri Dreams
  92. 90%Thousands of elderly twins assure me that my kids will be alright | Robert Heaton
  93. 98%How Does Pattern Matching Work in C#? #shorts
  94. 99%Write more "useless" software | nicole@web
  95. 99%GitHub - hadashiA/VYaml: The extra fast, low memory footprint YAML library for C#, focued on .NET and Unity.
  96. 97%Magical Software Sucks
  97. 75%Managers Can Know They're Being Evil — Ludicity
  98. 99%Intercepting Allocations with the Global Allocator
  99. 98%Why async Rust? - Without boats, dreams dry up
  100. 98%LSP could have been better
  101. 98%Quantifying Hope On A Global Scale
  102. 97%ChatGPT-AutoExpert/System Prompts.md at main · spdustin/ChatGPT-AutoExpert
  103. 99%How to compare signed and unsigned integers in C++20?
  104. 96%On Organizing Bookmarks
  105. 99%Okay, fine, I'm using a static site generator now - Xe Iaso
  106. 97%Unpopular Opinion: It’s harder than ever to be a good software engineer
  107. 97%Oort
  108. 96%My E-Reader Setup
  109. 98%How I made a heap overflow in curl
  110. 90%My Quest for Perfect Mental Health and Sanity
  111. 82%Feminism
  112. 98%Bare-metal Rust in Android
  113. 98%WinUI 3 ObservableCollectionEx AddRange | WinAppSDK | XAML | UWP | WPF | .NET
  114. 99%Was async fn a mistake?
  115. 98%Open Sourcing Ferrocene
  116. 99%Strong static typing, a hill I'm willing to die on...
  117. 99%I don't want to know IPs: encryption in TORRENTDYNE
  118. 99%A journey into zero-knowledge proofs
  119. 99%Build simple fuzzer - part 6
  120. 99%Static Site Build Tool - Pranab’s Site
  121. 97%Mozilla and the burning need for clients for power users
  122. 95%A Reflection on my B.S. in Software Engineering
  123. 96%influxdb officially made the switch from Go => Rust
  124. 98%Easing tradeoffs with profiles · baby steps
  125. 98%Chasing the Myth of Zero-Overhead Memory Safety (plus pictures of mythical birds!)
  126. 99%Template meta-programming: Avoiding saying a type before it is complete - The Old New Thing
  127. 98%Subtraction Is Functionally Complete | orlp.net
  128. 98%Comparing reactivity models: Redux vs MobX vs Vuex vs others
  129. 99%Dotfiles matter!
  130. 97%On the future of cloud services and BYOC — Jack Vanlightly
  131. 99%GitHub - microsoft/windows-drivers-rs: Platform that enables Windows driver development in Rust. Developed by Surface.
  132. 90%No Stale Bots
  133. 99%Bottlerocket
  134. 99%www which wasm works
  135. 97%Choosing a more optimal `String` type
  136. 99%The State of Async Rust: Runtimes
  137. 98%Matrix 2.0: The Future of Matrix
  138. 97%Microsoft Remakes Azure Quantum Dev Kit with Rust, 'and It Runs in the Browser!' -- Visual Studio Magazine
  139. 98%Exploring Generative AI
  140. 98%Stability without stressing the !@#! out · baby steps
  141. 97%When Zig Outshines Rust - Memory Efficient Enum Arrays
  142. 99%Java 21 makes me actually like Java again
  143. 97%🎙️ Trustfall and cargo-semver-checks with Predrag Gruevski - RustShip
  144. 93%Weekly Update 365
  145. 99%Reverse engineering natively-compiled .NET apps
  146. 99%Role Of Algorithms
  147. 96%Introducing RustRover – A Standalone Rust IDE by JetBrains | The IntelliJ Rust Blog
  148. 99%RustRover: Rust IDE by JetBrains
  149. 99%How I review code challenges for recruitment
  150. 99%Three years of Bevy
  151. 98%Good performance is not just big O - Julio Merino (jmmv.dev)
  152. 98%Async Rust Is A Bad Language
  153. 97%HackYourNews
  154. 98%Oxidised Moss | Serpent OS
  155. 96%Simulation extractable versions of Groth’s zk-SNARK revisited - International Journal of Information Security
  156. 95%Tracing Specifics – Know your System with OpenTelmetry
  157. 99%Amor Fati
  158. 98%Why is Bitwarden returning 503s to my Windows app?
  159. 99%cola: a text CRDT for real-time collaborative editing
  160. 98%sled theoretical performance guide
  161. 97%Simulating Gravitational Lensing
  162. 93%Episode 289: Penumbra Catch Up with Finch, Erwan and Jen - ZK Podcast
  163. 99%Orhun's Blog
  164. 99%GameRoy: JIT compilation in High-Accuracy Game Boy Emulation
  165. 89%Your Quick Guide to Pattern Matching in C# - Coding Sonata
  166. 99%Rust: Generics Considered Colorful
  167. 94%Becoming a contractor
  168. 89%X-ray CT scans reveal the art and science of coffee as never before
  169. 96%Costs exposed: Frameworks - Julio Merino (jmmv.dev)
  170. 92%The First Stable Release of a Memory Safe sudo Implementation
  171. 99%GitHub - Ruddle/Fomos: Experimental OS, built with rust
  172. 99%Compiling Rust for .NET, using only tea and stubbornness!
  173. 99%Automata Part 1: Understanding Position Automata
  174. 99%Ruby Outperforms C: Breaking the Catch-22
  175. 99%Modern High Performance C# 2023 Edition
  176. 99%OpenTelemetry in 2023
  177. 99%Using nix-shell to create and share reproducible embedded development environments
  178. 98%A List of Really Obvious Things
  179. 99%Do disturb me | Goto Assignment: A better local Goto Definition
  180. 99%Detecting boomerang values in zero-knowledge circuits using tag analysis
  181. 99%How SNARKs fall short for FHE
  182. 85%Penumbra Security Audits Q3 2023
  183. 99%Rethinking the `setup` convention in Neovim. Is it time for a paradigm shift?
  184. 99%Replacing Mock and Stub with a Fake
  185. 98%Exploring Generative AI
  186. 98%Exploring Generative AI
  187. 99%Understanding Lasso and Jolt, from theory to code
  188. 99%using serde_derive without precompiled binary · Issue #2538 · serde-rs/serde
  189. 97%The Scourge of 00UB | Gavin D. Howard
  190. 97%Finding the right UUID generation algorithm for FlashMQ.com – BigSmoke
  191. 99%Algebraic data types in Lua (Almost)
  192. 99%Abbrev: A Hidden Ruby Gem
  193. 99%Bare Metal Space Invaders
  194. 99%Rachit Nigam | PhD Candidate, Cornell University
  195. 99%Recoverable Errors with Result - The Rust Programming Language
  196. 98%GitHub - valida-xyz/valida: A STARK-based VM focused on code reuse, performance, and modularity
  197. 98%Tailscale vs. Narrowlink | Narrowlink
  198. 92%Building Darklang in F# | fsharpConf 2023
  199. 99%Corrode Rust Consulting
  200. 99%Making AMD GPUs competitive for LLM inference
  201. 99%ReSharper 2023.2: New Features, AI Assistant, and Predictive Debugger Mode
  202. 98%What's missing from values in data tables
  203. 99%Winning Connect4
  204. 98%Should everything be blazingly fast?
  205. 99%GitHub - huggingface/candle: Minimalist ML framework for Rust
  206. 98%Inside STL: The unordered_map, unordered_set, unordered_multimap, and unordered_multiset - The Old New Thing
  207. 99%Getting my library cards onto my phone the hard way — iliana.fyi
  208. 97%Getting Started: Solution Architecture
  209. 99%why 'age int' is better than 'int age'
  210. 97%Being a Disciplined Person In an Undisciplined World
  211. 97%Inside STL: The map, set, multimap, and multiset - The Old New Thing
  212. 96%Engaging volunteer developers effectively | Software and puns
  213. 99%GitHub - supabase/postgres_lsp: A Language Server for Postgres
  214. 91%On Good Men
  215. 99%Logan Keenan - Client-Side Server with Rust: A New Approach to UI Development
  216. 99%Paired benchmarking. How to measure performance
  217. 98%Wiki - ElixirForCynicalCurmudgeons
  218. 99%Inside STL: The string - The Old New Thing
  219. 99%A Gentle Introduction to LLVM IR · mcyoung
  220. 99%On Modularity of Lexical Analysis
  221. 94%Reflections on a Month with BBEdit and Nova — Sympolymathesy, by Chris Krycho
  222. 99%Cachelines and Striped Locks — ~ngp
  223. 93%AI Diaries: Two Important Facts About Generative Prose
  224. 99%Plugin Architecture in ASP.NET Core – How To Master It
  225. 99%A Git Query Language written in Rust
  226. 99%Hamel’s Blog - Optimizing LLM latency
  227. 98%Digital Bum: Finding a Home/lessness on the Internet
  228. 58%Worldcoin isn’t as bad as it sounds: It’s worse
  229. 98%Building and operating a pretty big storage system called S3
  230. 91%Spirited Away
  231. 98%BadAppleFont
  232. 99%GitHub - PRQL/prql: PRQL is a modern language for transforming data — a simple, powerful, pipelined SQL replacement
  233. 99%Introduction to Pocket: obfuscator for MBA expressions
  234. 99%Empathetic tools | Software and puns
  235. 96%GitHub - Uriopass/Egregoria: 3D City Builder without a grid
  236. 98%Exploring garbage collection in V8 with WebGL
  237. 98%Feeds are Not Fit for Gardening — Sympolymathesy, by Chris Krycho
  238. 98%Totality
  239. 99%Rethinking infrastructure as code from scratch
  240. 97%How to clone a Windows Runtime map in the face of possible concurrent modification, part 3 - The Old New Thing
  241. 99%Live from OpenBSD in Amsterdam
  242. 97%How to clone a Windows Runtime map in the face of possible concurrent modification, part 2 - The Old New Thing
  243. 98%Sharing code between Deno and Node where Bun and ts-node failed
  244. 98%Minimalism in Web Development
  245. 96%Stay boring
  246. 97%Why the “Null” Lifetime Does Not Exist
  247. 99%How I run my servers
  248. 99%GitHub - rust-lang/mdBook: Create book from markdown files. Like Gitbook but implemented in Rust
  249. 92%Lemmy frontend alternatives are popping off
  250. 83%Living Life as a B- Student
  251. 91%On Personal Relations As A Manager
  252. 88%The looming demise of the 10x developer
  253. 99%Announcing Rust 1.71.0 | Rust Blog
  254. 98%Cycles of curves: what are they and do we need them?
  255. 97%Regex Isn't Hard - Tim Kellogg
  256. 99%Put a Pin on That
  257. 98%Announcing Windows 11 Insider Preview Build 25905
  258. 98%Finding Your Mojo – Mike Innes
  259. 99%WebAssembly and replayable functions
  260. 98%Being a good mentor - a developers guide
  261. 99%How to Succeed: Lessons from Sam Altman
  262. 97%Computer as she is spoke
  263. 98%Phased Array Microphone
  264. 99%Experiments with eBPF: Snitchrs
  265. 99%My Kind of REPL
  266. 99%GitHub - zksecurity/noname: Noname: a programming language to write zkapps
  267. 99%The Tragic Death of Inheritance
  268. 99%Announcing turmoil | Tokio - An asynchronous Rust runtime
  269. 98%The magic of dependency resolution
  270. 99%MagicPhysX — A Cross-Platform Physics Engine for .NET
  271. 99%How libstdc++ `std::unordered_map` implemented?
  272. 93%Survival mode, life immediately after and Paul Graham's How to do great work
  273. 99%Test Autodiscovery is a Silver Bullet
  274. 84%On Dark Triads in Silicon Valley
  275. 98%Json Parser in C# using Functional Programming
  276. 99%Fastest Branchless Binary Search
  277. 60%File for Divorce from LLVM · Issue #16270 · ziglang/zig
  278. 99%How to wait for multiple C++ coroutines to complete before propagating failure, custom promise - The Old New Thing
  279. 97%Programming Languages Going Above and Beyond
  280. 99%Engineering Guardrails
  281. 98%Lili’s pieces - CV4Animals 2023
  282. 90%Why I chose php for my new side project
  283. 99%How to Write a Flexbox Layout Engine
  284. 92%Rust fact vs. fiction: 5 Insights from Google's Rust journey in 2022
  285. 96%The hardest part of building software is not coding, it's requirements
  286. 99%Open at Microsoft: Dapr
  287. 99%ayb: A multi-tenant database that helps you own your data
  288. 99%How to wait for multiple C++ coroutines to complete before propagating failure, initial plunge - The Old New Thing
  289. 98%Nick Chapsas
  290. 98%XML is the future
  291. 97%My journey into Microsoft – Unstructed.tech
  292. 99%Understanding asynchronous I/O; building an event loop from scratch | mbinjamil.dev
  293. 98%System Initiative: The Second Wave of DevOps
  294. 99%The case of the make_shared on a C++/WinRT type - The Old New Thing
  295. 99%what do you find most frustrating about dotnet?
  296. 99%My first steps with Nix on Mac OSX as Homebrew replacement
  297. 98%Why LLM-assisted table transformation is a big deal
  298. 93%Generate HTTP Client for your API
  299. 99%Single Ownership and Memory Safety without Borrow Checking, Reference Counting, or Garbage Collection
  300. 99%Why I Became an Instructor at Zero to Mastery - Claudio Bernasconi
  301. 99%What are the scenarios where "Rewrite it in Rust" didn't meet your expectations or couldn't be successfully implemented?
  302. 99%sort-research-rs/text.md at main · Voultapher/sort-research-rs
  303. 98%Browsertech Digest: “We should stop using JavaScript”
  304. 98%Reordering C++ template type parameters for usability purposes, and type deduction from the future - The Old New Thing
  305. 99%F# is the .NET Rust
  306. 99%Effortlessly Support Next Gen Image Formats --or-- A Picture Is Worth A Better Image
  307. 99%Build your own Genetic Algorithm
  308. 99%Proto-Danksharding: Speeding Up Blobs Verification
  309. 88%Interesting links of the week 2023-23 (#75)
  310. 99%ASP.NET Core Authentication with YARP
  311. 98%Bounds Safety: Avoiding Death by a Thousand Constructors
  312. 99%Demystifying WebAssembly: What Beginners Need to Know
  313. 77%Understanding the Tech Right
  314. 99%Release Blink 1.0 · jart/blink
  315. 97%graydon2 | The Rust I Wanted Had No Future
  316. 99%Taming the Beast: Comparing Jsonnet, Dhall, Cue
  317. 98%My radical philosophy of programming
  318. 99%ZK app developers should be able to see down to the constraints
  319. 98%Promoted from Dev to Team Lead: 8 Things They Didn’t Tell Me
  320. 98%JuLox: What I Learned Building a Lox Interpreter in Julia
  321. 99%wasmati: You should write your WebAssembly in TypeScript
  322. 86%Announcing Rust 1.70.0 | Rust Blog
  323. 92%The RustConf Keynote Fiasco, explained
  324. 99%What Vale Taught Me About Linear Types, Borrowing, and Memory Safety
  325. 96%A locking war story
  326. 99%I think Zig is hard...but worth it
  327. 99%Announcing WASIX
  328. 99%Open at Microsoft - Dapr
  329. 97%Rust: The wrong people are resigning
  330. 99%Expected performance of a Bloom filter
  331. 98%Language Pragmatics Engineering
  332. 89%A path to niche skill-sets and community
  333. 99%Controlling Your Fate with OIDC and Tailscale
  334. 98%On being paid to learn
  335. 96%I Am No Longer Speaking at RustConf 2023
  336. 99%Extreme Bevy: Making a p2p web game with rust and rollback netcode
  337. 99%phaazon.net
  338. 94%Standardized exams measure intrinsic ability, not racial or socioeconomic privilege
  339. 98%Getting rid of phishing training mails
  340. 94%Interesting links of the week 2023-21 (#73)
  341. 99%One complex setup
  342. 98%Being a Full-Stack Developer is no longer a dirty word
  343. 85%Talent is overestimated
  344. 98%crates - Visual Studio Marketplace
  345. 99%On creating (and using) a transforming iterator - The Old New Thing
  346. 99%GitHub - stepchowfun/typical: Data interchange with algebraic data types.
  347. 99%How Much Memory Do You Need to Run 1 Million Concurrent Tasks?
  348. 99%Compress-a-Palooza: Unpacking 5 Billion Varints in only 4 Billion CPU Cycles
  349. 99%Writing Python like it’s Rust
  350. 97%Intelligence as efficient model building
  351. 99%Improving the terminal
  352. 98%Microsoft Azure security evolution: Embrace secure multitenancy, Confidential Compute, and Rust | Azure Blog | Microsoft Azure
  353. 99%ReSharper 2023.2 Kicks Off the Early Access Program! | The .NET Tools Blog
  354. 99%Single Abstract Method Traits · mcyoung
  355. 99%Experimenting with multi-factor encryption
  356. 90%Compiling C# like Rust, Go and C++
  357. 99%Fast hashing, it's not that simple
  358. 98%Estimated IQ distribution of children given IQ of parents
  359. 99%Monolith vs Microservices: With Elixir You Don't Need to Choose
  360. 98%Memory Allocation
  361. 97%You are holding it wrong
  362. 99%Announcing Dart 3
  363. 99%Implementing Vale's Region Borrowing, and its Unexpected Quest
  364. 99%Updating Buck
  365. 96%GitHub Code Search Now Generally Available, 'Way More than grep' -- Visual Studio Magazine
  366. 97%On Custom-Width Integer Types
  367. 98%A few words on Ruby's type annotations state
  368. 90%Exploring the Personal Web
  369. 98%Native AOT libraries with TypeScript
  370. 98%I want to talk about WebGPU
  371. 99%What can I do if I don't want my file version number to be a sequence of four integers? - The Old New Thing
  372. 96%What is Type-Level Programming? - sulami's blog
  373. 99%Error handling patterns
  374. 99%Bringing Hardware Accelerated Language Models to Consumer Devices
  375. 99%How AI coding companions will change the way developers work
  376. 82%Microsoft is rewriting core Windows libraries in Rust
  377. 94%Blog | Samuel
  378. 99%Using Crates.io with Buck
  379. 99%Introduction to HTTP Multipart
  380. 99%Well-maintained Software
  381. 97%Are pull requests bad because they originate from open-source development?
  382. 99%GitHub - mitsuhiko/rye: an experimental alternative to poetry/pip/pipenv/pyenv/venv/virtualenv/pdm/hatch/…
  383. 98%Manning
  384. 99%Current Issues With The Qt Project - From The Outside Looking In
  385. 99%Announcing Rust 1.69.0 | Rust Blog
  386. 98%How RocksDB works - Artem Krylysov
  387. 99%Simplifying Bézier paths
  388. 99%Welcome to Peter's DevLog - Wrapping C libraries in Nim
  389. 84%Make It Memory Safe: Adapting curl to use Rustls
  390. 99%Using buck to build Rust projects
  391. 98%Entity-Based Reinforcement Learning
  392. 89%I Think I Found a Privacy Exploit in ChatGPT
  393. 99%touchHLE in depth, part 1: a day in the life of a function call
  394. 86%NuGet.org Terms of Service Update on Unexpected Behavior and Hate Speech - The NuGet Blog
  395. 98%Sponge API for Field Elements
  396. 99%Why I built zp?
  397. 99%Why I’m leaving the Shopify Apps business
  398. 99%Writing the most reliable driver ever (Part 1)
  399. 96%Binding Generator Preview Release
  400. 82%Rust Foundation Solicits Feedback on Updated Policy for Trademarks - Slashdot
  401. 99%Introduction - Mina book
  402. 99%Can You Trust a Compiler to Optimize Your Code?
  403. 99%If It's So Good, Why Isn't Everyone Doing It?
  404. 99%Style Conformance for Blind Developers: Sonica
  405. 94%The Autocomplete Myth
  406. 99%GitHub - snarkify/arkmsm
  407. 97%Using TLA⁺ at Work
  408. 99%The Language Wars Are Over: ChatGPT Won
  409. 99%All you need is data and functions
  410. 99%Looking at C# 12 Proposals and Beyond
  411. 96%Making a Bloom Filter Keyboard - Blog by Maryanne Wachter
  412. 98%UB Might Be a Wrong Term for Newer Languages
  413. 92%Bullsh*t Jobs
  414. 98%Moving from Rust to C++
  415. 99%Helix
  416. 99%Janet for Mortals
  417. 98%Julia's latency: Past, present and future
  418. 99%Enabling low-latency, syntax-aware editing using Tree-sitter - Zed Blog
  419. 98%It's Not About the Job Openings
  420. 97%Why I Spent a Week on a 10-Line Code Change
  421. 99%How to Review and Refactor Code with GPT-4 (and ChatGPT) — SitePoint
  422. 94%Recognition and rewards at work
  423. 99%Flecs 3.2 is out!
  424. 99%Zig And Rust Mar 26, 2023
  425. 98%Software is not defined by the language it's written in
  426. 97%None of Your Business - Why, I Wonder?
  427. 97%The AsyncIterator interface - Without boats, dreams dry up
  428. 73%Curl, the URL fetcher that can, marks 25 years of transfers
  429. 96%Why am I getting a weird error about promise_type when I try to write a coroutine? part 2 - The Old New Thing
  430. 99%GitHub - typst/typst: A new markup-based typesetting system that is powerful and easy to learn.
  431. 98%Logging and the Homelab - PV;WTF
  432. 98%Betraying vim for the IDEs of March
  433. 98%Stuff I use in the terminal
  434. 94%Footage of my game engine built from scratch in Rust (with Multiplayer support)
  435. 99%Speeding up the JavaScript ecosystem - npm scripts
  436. 99%Everything I know | Everything I know
  437. 99%What is Functional Programming? |
  438. 79%Dan Ports (@dan@discuss.systems)
  439. 97%The birth of a package manager
  440. 98%GitHub - epilys/gerb: Graphical font editor (GTK + Rust)
  441. 99%How to use Prometheus for web application monitoring
  442. 97%Patterns & Abstractions - Without boats, dreams dry up
  443. 98%HaveIBeenPwned, DevSecOps, and Other Security Things with Troy Hunt
  444. 99%SQLx Compile Time Woes
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