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  1. 66%JetBrains Dev Report: TypeScript Is Fastest-Growing Programming Language -- Visual Studio Magazine
  2. 99%Python’s “Disappointing” Superpowers
  3. 99%Wasm compression benchmarks and the cost of missing compression APIs
  4. 99%Rewrite it in Rust by ridiculousfish · Pull Request #9512 · fish-shell/fish-shell
  5. 99%Windows I/O completion - One little trick · James Sturtevant
  6. 94%A Catalog of Big Visions for Biology
  7. 96%Measuring the Impact of False Sharing
  8. 99%Multi-cursor code editing: An animated introduction
  9. 95%You're probably learning a technology in its seventh season, not its pilot
  10. 99%Forking Chrome to render in a terminal
  11. 98%Cyber - Fast and concurrent scripting.
  12. 99%Announcing Rust 1.67.0 | Rust Blog
  13. 98%What is a type system, really?
  14. 99%Dear Retro Community, Stop Writing Tools in C
  15. 77%Stoic Personality Disorder
  16. 98%pagerank for my Obsidian notes
  17. 91%Add notes when blocking users | GitHub Changelog
  18. 99%It’s 2023, You Should Be Using Typescript!
  19. 98%It’s the future — you can stop using JPEGs — Daniel Immke
  20. 99%Ruff: The First 200 Releases
  21. 99%Good Software Architectures are mostly about Boundaries
  22. 97%Good leaders set a vision and secure buy-in
  23. 99%Checking for Overflow in C#
  24. 97%Lane-accurate street maps with OpenStreetMap – writing a vector tileserver for osm2streets - Jake Coppinger
  25. 99%Servo to Advance in 2023
  26. 98%py-tsbs-benchmark/README.md at main · questdb/py-tsbs-benchmark
  27. 99%How to Become .NET Architect
  28. 98%The Everything Algorithm — Zac Pustejovsky
  29. 52%GitHub - juspay/hyperswitch: An Open Source Financial Switch to make Payments fast, reliable and affordable
  30. 98%Your tech stack is not the product
  31. 98%Supporting the Use of Rust in the Chromium Project
  32. 98%Writing a TLA⁺ tree-sitter grammar
  33. 98%What's New in Ruby 3.2
  34. 94%Fighting Cognitive Biases in Software Engineering: A Guide to Rational Decision-Making - 𝖅𝕵
  35. 99%Is coding in Rust as bad as in C++?
  36. 99%Production Twitter on One Machine? 100Gbps NICs and NVMe are fast
  37. 99%Microfeatures I'd like to see in more languages
  38. 99%The faker's guide to reading (x86) assembly language
  39. 98%Chunking strings in Elixir: how difficult can it be?
  40. 81%Join Mina's zkIgnite, Cohort 1
  41. 99%bflat - C# as you know it but with Go-inspired tooling
  42. 99%phaazon.net
  43. 99%Luciano Remes | Golang is 𝘼𝙡𝙢𝙤𝙨𝙩 Perfect
  44. 98%Hardware-friendliness of HyperPlonk - HackMD
  45. 99%Nix journey part 1: creating a flake
  46. 99%Introducing Austral: A Systems Language with Linear Types and Capabilities
  47. 94%One-line Journaling | mkaz.blog
  48. 93%The Catch-22 of Democracy - Pravesh Koirala
  49. 97%The Matrix Holiday Update 2022 | Matrix.org
  50. 98%Chris's Wiki :: blog/programming/RustIsInevitable
  51. 94%Lessons Learnt From Solving AoC in One Second
  52. 91%On Giving Better Advice
  53. 99%Default Interface Method in C# And When to Use It - Code Maze
  54. 96%is there a way to opt out? (#121) · Issues · lib.rs / Lib.rs 🔰 main project · GitLab
  55. 99%Orhun's Blog
  56. 95%5 traits of a successful team
  57. 99%Nix on the Steam Deck — Determinate Systems
  58. 99%Implementing the MySQL server protocol for fun and profit
  59. 99%What are the biggest reasons newcomers give up on OCaml?
  60. 99%What are the biggest reasons newcomers give up on OCaml?
  61. 94%GitHub - Spotifyd/spotifyd: A spotify daemon
  62. 99%Functional error-handling with stack traces
  63. 79%The top 10 discoveries about ancient people from DNA in 2022
  64. 99%Automatically scaling Drone CI with Gitea | Jacob Kiers
  65. 98%Software complexity and potential solutions
  66. 94%Bias and performance
  67. 99%WebGPU — All of the cores, none of the canvas — surma.dev
  68. 99%Preparing to move away from Twitter
  69. 99%If we must, let's talk about safety
  70. 99%Inside C++/WinRT: IReference<T>
  71. 99%Why you can’t build a web browser and why you should anyway.
  72. 97%Does .NET 6 support windows 98 · Discussion #79642 · dotnet/runtime
  73. 99%A Neat XOR Trick
  74. 99%Consuming .NET WebAssembly From JavaScript in the Browser
  75. 98%Easing Deployment Without Containers
  76. 87%What does it mean when the compiler tells me that promise_type: is not a member of coroutine_traits<void>?
  77. 99%ECMAScript proposal: iterator helpers
  78. 99%RC Week 12: What's Next, and Speedrunning Crafting Interpreters
  79. 99%dev-wasm
  80. 99%Using Layouts for Personal Automation
  81. 99%What I have been working on: Modal
  82. 98%Implications of choosing State instead of Cache
  83. 99%Goodbye to the C++ Implementation of Zig ⚡ Zig Programming Language
  84. 98%GitHub - ggerganov/whisper.cpp: Port of OpenAI's Whisper model in C/C++
  85. 99%Nix Knowledge Sharing
  86. 99%Technique: Recursive variants and boxes
  87. 99%GitHub - betaveros/noulith: *slaps roof of [programming language]* this bad boy can fit so much [syntax sugar] into it
  88. 97%The top programming languages
  89. 99%engineering + product + health
  90. 99%Day 2: Less Variable Wattage = More Flow
  91. 99%2022 Advent of Code Day 1: Calorie Counting
  92. 98%Memory Safe Languages in Android 13
  93. 99%How much does Rust's bounds checking actually cost?
  94. 99%Tales of the M1 GPU - Asahi Linux
  95. 99%out-of-bounds memory access bug
  96. 95%Be less scared of overconfidence
  97. 99%GCC undefined behaviors are getting wild
  98. 94%How do I pass a raw pointer to a Windows Runtime function?
  99. 97%Using Rust at a startup: A cautionary tale
  100. 92%How does JavaScript represent output parameters in the Windows Runtime?
  101. 97%Using Rust at a startup: A cautionary tale
  102. 97%Sometimes perfect forwarding can be too perfect: Lazy conversion is lazy
  103. 98%Hachyderm.io
  104. 98%Let's Talk About WASM and WASI — Offline Stream #11
  105. 99%Let's Talk About WASM and WASI — Offline Stream #11
  106. 77%My worst job offer ever
  107. 99%Zero-Cost Memory Safety with Vale Regions (Preview)
  108. 98%How I Made A Webiste
  109. 99%davidfowl (@davidfowl@hachyderm.io)
  110. 99%C# support in Fleet Public Preview | The .NET Tools Blog
  111. 99%Million Dollar Infrastructure for Tic-Tac-Toe
  112. 98%Sapling SCM | Sapling
  113. 94%Penrose tiling quilt
  114. 98%C++ constexpr parlor tricks: How can I obtain the length of a string at compile time?
  115. 99%How fast is really ASP.NET Core?
  116. 95%#lang lua
  117. 97%Infrequent, Pragmatic, Lambda Blog - Let's agree to be different. On empirical and deductive nature of coding.
  118. 97%Crate List - Blessed.rs
  119. 94%NSA urges orgs to use memory-safe programming languages
  120. 90%The Fediverse is Inefficient (but that's a good trade-off)
  121. 99%A Simple Computation Engine in F#
  122. 99%Minikin retrospective
  123. 86%The Age of PageRank is Over
  124. 99%C Isn't A Programming Language Anymore - Faultlore
  125. 99%SortedSet in C# - Code Maze
  126. 99%Traits in Rust
  127. 98%In the debugger, how can I get from a projected type back to the C++/WinRT implementation?
  128. 95%How to contribute to Kimchi
  129. 99%Vaultwarden on an RPi
  130. 98%Introduction - Mina book
  131. 98%C++ is the next C++
  132. 99%HashSet in C# - Code Maze
  133. 97%Is Turbopack really 10x Faster than Vite? · Discussion #8 · yyx990803/vite-vs-next-turbo-hmr
  134. 99%We Just Gave $260,028 to Open Source Maintainers
  135. 99%fleetwood.dev
  136. 99%Using WASM and WASI to run .NET 7 on a Raspberry PI Zero 2 W
  137. 97%Setting properties in C++/WinRT is done by a function call, but you need to call the function the right way
  138. 99%Fable · Announcing Snake Island (Fable 4) Alpha Release
  139. 98%It's time to to thank UVM and say goodbye
  140. 98%Encapsulation in Functional Programming
  141. 99%Introducing the Docker+Wasm Technical Preview
  142. 99%Discuss the problem, not the solution
  143. 99%Debugging C With Cosmopolitan Libc
  144. 99%GitHub - losvedir/transit-lang-cmp: Programming language comparison by reimplementing the same transit data app
  145. 99%What's wrong with a for loop?
  146. 99%The HTTP crash course nobody asked for
  147. 98%How Trying New Programming Languages Helped Me Grow as a Software Engineer
  148. 98%Top 10 highest paid programming languages in 2022
  149. 99%An API-first approach to building Node.js applications | Red Hat Developer
  150. 99%GitHub - microsoft/foss-fund: The Microsoft FOSS Fund provides a direct way for Microsoft engineers to participate in the nomination and selection process to help communities and projects they are passionate about. The FOSS Fund provides $10,000 sponsorships to open source projects as selected by Microsoft employees.
  151. 98%Delivering consistency and transparency for cloud hardware security
  152. 99%Announcing KataOS and Sparrow
  153. 98%How To Stop Worrying And Love Frontend Dev - Bill Prin's Tech Blog
  154. 99%Writing An Incremental Typesetting Engine | Laurenz's Blog
  155. 98%The case of the memory corruption from a coroutine that already finished
  156. 98%How observability-driven development creates elite performers
  157. 99%The Missing Prelude to The Little Typer's Trickiest Chapter
  158. 94%[Last Week in .NET #104] – Roast Beef CVEs
  159. 98%The 4th year of SerenityOS
  160. 98%An improved guide for compiling WASM with Emscripten and Embind
  161. 99%Dave's Garage: Ask a Former Microsoft Windows Developer Anything!
  162. 99%Zig-style generics are not well-suited for most languages
  163. 84%Why is it hard to learn another programming language?
  164. 99%Hard Mode Rust
  165. 99%Setting up my new computer, vim, and listening to Spotify in the terminal
  166. 98%🤓 So you're using a weird language 🧠
  167. 99%My Personal Tech Limbo (and Elixir vs Rust)
  168. 95%Compiling C# into NATIVE code, just like Go, Rust and C++
  169. 98%Thread by @LinaAsahi on Thread Reader App
  170. 92%Beyond Freedom and Dignity (B. F. Skinner)
  171. 99%Orhun's Blog
  172. 98%GitHub - jamii/hytradboi-jam-2022
  173. 98%.NET vs Go vs Node
  174. 98%git/torvalds/linux.git - Linux kernel source tree
  175. 79%Why dating apps don’t work
  176. 99%How (and why) nextest uses tokio, part 1 :: sunshowers
  177. 97%The official documentation is so good it makes me sad.
  178. 94%LKML: Linus Torvalds: Re: [PATCH v9 12/27] rust: add `kernel` crate
  179. 97%Steady State means Continuous Rewriting - Bruno Scheufler
  180. 99%cairo-rs/field_utils.rs at a8e8fa9aa2554e6bfb76d145ab1acd5ff29888e4 · lambdaclass/cairo-rs
  181. 96%Blazor Among Top Libraries for 'Niche' WebAssembly, Which Sees Shrinking Usage -- Visual Studio Magazine
  182. 98%Debugging coroutine handles: Looking for the source of a one-byte memory corruption
  183. 98%Announcing ICU4X 1.0
  184. 99%Modern C# Techniques, Part 1: Curiously Recurring Generic Pattern
  185. 77%Four Important Eras that Define Art
  186. 98%Someone is pretending to be me.
  187. 97%Rust is eating into our systems, and it's a good thing
  188. 90%Linus Torvalds: Rust will go into Linux 6.1
  189. 95%roapi/README.md at main · roapi/roapi
  190. 85%The road to Zettalinux
  191. 99%Announcing Rust 1.64.0 | Rust Blog
  192. 99%Virtual tables with zig-sqlite
  193. 99%The impossible case of pitching rust in a web dev shop
  194. 82%The Wage Gap 2
  195. 96%Renaming Our Company Revealed a Critical Bug
  196. 97%Release Cosmopolitan v2.1 · jart/cosmopolitan
  197. 98%TODO: Post an Article
  198. 97%Over-engineering my TV watching - Part 1: bypassing geo-block with a custom reverse proxy
  199. 96%Rust is coming to the Linux kernel
  200. 99%PostgresML is Moving to Rust for our 2.0 Release
  201. 99%Test X by Controlling X
  202. 83%WebAssembly Users a Mix of Backend and Full Stack Developers
  203. 93%Hacker News
  204. 92%GitHub - nviennot/core-to-core-latency: Measures the latency between CPU cores
  205. 97%Location independent jobs in Programming, Marketing, Sales, Design, and more.
  206. 93%Graphite | Redefining state-of-the-art graphics editing.
  207. 99%noname developer updates: structs are working!
  208. 82%Cloudflare Ditches Nginx For In-House, Rust-Written Pingora
  209. 98%Raised Bars, Or Breaking into Tech
  210. 98%GitHub - aws-samples/serverless-dotnet-demo
  211. 98%Rustdoc cleanups and improvements
  212. 99%A pair of Rust kernel modules
  213. 99%My Blog is Hilariously Overengineered to the Point People Think it's a Static Site
  214. 98%6 Simple and Useful PostgreSQL Features that I wish I knew when I started
  215. 99%GitHub - crate-ci/cargo-release: Cargo subcommand `release`: everything about releasing a rust crate.
  216. 99%[Last Week in .NET #100] – Where’s the cool kids table?
  217. 76%Who Cares About Diversity?
  218. 98%GitHub - tlepoint/fhe.rs: Fully Homomorphic Encryption library in Rust
  219. 98%Build Your Career on Dirty Work
  220. 99%Ed25519 Deep Dive Addendum
  221. 99%GitHub - migueldeicaza/SwiftTerm at uiscrollview-2022-07
  222. 99%Parallel curves of cubic Béziers
  223. 98%The Case for Use.GPU
  224. 88%Working with programming languages you DON'T like
  225. 99%Battle of the Text Editors
  226. 99%Zig, the small language
  227. 99%Dart is Boring | akos.ma
  228. 98%Difftastic, the Fantastic Diff
  229. 99%What's Inside Of a Distroless Image - Taking a Deeper Look
  230. 99%Introducing Riff — Determinate Systems
  231. 90%HTTP Timeouts
  232. 98%An almost religious case for Rust
  233. 99%Formal Verification of ZK Constraint Systems
  234. 99%Maik Klein
  235. 99%Tips to Get Started with Cosmopolitan Libc
  236. 99%Arti 1.0.0 is released: Our Rust Tor implementation is ready for production use. | Tor Project
  237. 96%GitHub - mimoo/noname: Noname: a programming language to write zkapps
  238. 98%Introduction - The Rust Reference
  239. 99%How we clone a running VM in 2 seconds - CodeSandbox Blog
  240. 99%Run
  241. 99%Webscraping on hard mode with Purescript
  242. 99%Writing a .NET profiler in C# - Part 1
  243. 90%My 40GBe NAS Journey.
  244. 99%.NET 7 - Pattern Matching With Spans #shorts
  245. 86%Devs don’t want to do ops
  246. 97%Inside the Pinecone | Pinecone
  247. 92%Is Game Development a Dream Job?
  248. 99%Vulnerability in Linux containers – investigation and mitigation
  249. 98%What is Lattice-based Cryptography?
  250. 95%The `collapsist` debate in Spain: a summary
  251. 77%On being busy
  252. 84%I Went to a “Dangerous Alt-Right Rally” | The Blog of Dr. Josh C. Simmons
  253. 99%How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love Macros
  254. 99%Programming breakthroughs we need
  255. 87%Physical buttons outperform touchscreens in new cars, test finds
  256. 98%Big Changes Ahead for Deno
  257. 99%Will Bun JavaScript Take Node's Crown
  258. 97%Maxim Marshall - eInk VNC
  259. 99%Announcing Rust 1.63.0 | Rust Blog
  260. 97%SAFE (Sponge API for Field Elements) – A Toolbox for ZK Hash Applications - HackMD
  261. 99%GitHub - filecoin-project/neptune: Rust Poseidon implementation.
  262. 98%Write a Note to Your Spouse Every Day
  263. 98%Gregory Szorc's Digital Home | Achieving A Completely Open Source Implementation of Apple Code Signing and Notarization
  264. 98%On being a staff engineer
  265. 96%Announcing: MiniRust
  266. 92%Microdosing with psilocybin mushrooms: a double-blind placebo-controlled study - Translational Psychiatry
  267. 92%Designing for the last earth
  268. 99%Weird Expressions and Where to Find Them
  269. 99%So Zero It's ... Negative? (Zero-Copy #3)
  270. 87%'The best thing we can do today to JavaScript is to retire it,' says JSON creator Douglas Crockford • DEVCLASS
  271. 98%Why I Love Still PHP and Javascript After 20+ years
  272. 98%Making a PR to Nixpkgs
  273. 99%Minimal Container Images: Towards a More Secure Future
  274. 99%To Be Determined - Generic Recursion Applied to Algebraic Graphs
  275. 98%Please stop citing TIOBE
  276. 95%Understanding Jane Street
  277. 99%2021 Taxes: Open Source Edition
  278. 94%How I regained concentration and focus
  279. 99%GitHub - phiresky/sqlite-zstd: Transparent dictionary-based row-level compression for SQLite
  280. 65%Rust Playground
  281. 97%Microsoft open sources its software bill of materials (SBOM) generation tool
  282. 99%EdgeDB 2.0 | EdgeDB Blog
  283. 96%Actually Portable Executables with Rust and Cosmopolitan Libc
  284. 99%The different ways to handle errors in C
  285. 86%Twenty years of Valgrind
  286. 99%GitHub - o1-labs/proof-systems: The proof systems used by Mina
  287. 99%proof-systems/CONTRIBUTING.md at master · o1-labs/proof-systems
  288. 95%Tech Burnout - A Retrospective
  289. 93%Laurenz's Blog
  290. 94%~icefox/garnet - sourcehut hg
  291. 86%Some Thoughts on Zig — Sympolymathesy, by Chris Krycho
  292. 97%Gregor Riegler · Getting better at CI
  293. 98%Write your own Javascript/Typescript tests runner in 80 lines of code </>
  294. 97%What happens when you press a key in your terminal?
  295. 99%GitHub - MystenLabs/narwhal: Narwhal & Tusk are a high throughput mempool & consensus, used in the Sui smart contract platform
  296. 53%GitHub - codecrafters-io/build-your-own-x: Master programming by recreating your favorite technologies from scratch.
  297. 96%GitHub - carbon-language/carbon-lang: Carbon language specification and documentation.
  298. 98%Using Apache Kafka to process 1 trillion messages
  299. 98%A story about AF_XDP, network namespaces and a cookie
  300. 89%State of the SqueakPhone—Syndicated Actors
  301. 91%Scratch is a big deal
  302. 95%Advice for the next dozen Rust GUIs
  303. 98%GitHub - mgunyho/tere: Terminal file explorer
  304. 82%How I went about learning Rust
  305. 95%GitHub - nalinbhardwaj/zordle
  306. 98%Lessons from Writing a Compiler
  307. 98%How to be an Architect?
  308. 99%Learn a language by writing too many Forths
  309. 81%VS Code and Python: A Natural Fit for Data Science -- Visual Studio Magazine
  310. 90%Introduction - Roguelike Tutorial - In Rust
  311. 99%WAF from the scratch
  312. 89%Rust front-end
  313. 97%Argo workflow as performance test tool
  314. 91%Lichess
  315. 95%Is it time to look past Git?
  316. 98%Announcing support for WASI on Cloudflare Workers
  317. 86%SourceHut is committed to making IRC better
  318. 90%Octopus Intelligence and the Puzzle of Sociality
  319. 90%A Social Theory of Intelligence (that Includes the Seemingly Unsocial Octopus)
  320. 95%How to get a job in a new industry without experience | Jason Tu
  321. 69%Average Software Engineering Salaries by Country in 2022
  322. 93%Announcing Ruby Shield
  323. 95%Hacker's Guide to Making Circuit Boards (Part 1)
  324. 99%Bun is a fast all-in-one JavaScript runtime
  325. 69%nabeelqu
  326. 92%5 lessons I learnt after coding for 10 years
  327. 98%The last two years in Miri
  328. 90%Toward Robust
  329. 93%What Metric to Use When Benchmarking?
  330. 92%Find programming work by increasing luck surface area
  331. 77%TypeScript Vaults Ahead of Java to Crack Stack Overflow Top 5 -- Visual Studio Magazine
  332. 97%haibane_tenshi's blog - Obscure Rust: reborrowing is a half-baked feature
  333. 92%rustc_typeck - Rust
  334. 86%rustc_typeck::collect - Rust
  335. 73%Expr in rustc_ast::ast - Rust
  336. 77%Asked and answered: the results for the 2022 Developer survey are here!
  337. 99%Build your Golang package docs locally
  338. 96%GitHub Quick Reviews
  339. 75%Introducing PyScript
  340. 91%The State of WebAssembly 2022
  341. 97%Deno raises $21M
  342. 96%WebAssembly Everywhere
  343. 77%My 40-liter backpack travel guide
  344. 99%V Language Review (2022)
  345. 87%Citybound
  346. 93%Because cross-compiling binaries for Windows is easier than building natively
  347. 96%GitHub - sarsko/CreuSAT: CreuSAT - A formally verified SAT solver written in Rust and verified with Creusot.
  348. 90%Matrix notes - anarcat
  349. 98%Ante
  350. 95%My other database is a compiler
  351. 98%Everything Is Broken: Shipping rust-minidump at Mozilla – Part 1 – Mozilla Hacks - the Web developer blog
  352. 65%Electric vehicle battery capable of 98% charge in less than ten minutes
  353. 93%Cranelift, Part 4: A New Register Allocator
  354. 65%Site Update: Hero Images
  355. 99%Overview of eBPF procfs kernel parameters
  356. 91%eBPF, sidecars, and the future of the service mesh
  357. 96%Jack of all trades, master of hyperfocus
  358. 99%GitHub - ClueLang/Clue: C/Rust like programming language that compiles into Lua code
  359. 93%Microsoft Ships Windows App SDK 1.1 to Build Apps Using WinUI 3, WebView2 -- Visual Studio Magazine
  360. 55%Supertag — Supertag 0.1.0 documentation
  361. 88%How Effective Abstractions Are Opinionated | 8th Light
  362. 97%(async) Rust doesn't have to be hard
  363. 96%Macro Patterns - A match made in heaven
  364. 63%Is tree-sitter good enough? – Jake Zimmerman
  365. 99%The Misery of Mainstream Programming
  366. 70%Syntax highlighting on the web
  367. 95%Why I'm hyped about Julia for Bioinformatics | Next.js Blog Example with Org
  368. 97%Async destructors, async genericity and completion futures
  369. 99%raku & rust: a romance?
  370. 96%Major Version Numbers are Not Sacred
  371. 94%Multiplicity Choices Are Hard to Model and Change
  372. 98%We rebuilt Cloudflare's developer documentation - here's what we learned
  373. 97%Why are tools such as Docker and Kubernetes written in Go and not C#? : csharp
  374. 95%We Already Have Go 2
  375. 98%r/csharp - Why are tools such as Docker and Kubernetes written in Go and not C#?
  376. 97%Why are tools such as Docker and Kubernetes written in Go and not C#?
  377. 70%It’s good to bet on .NET
  378. 97%Why are tools such as Docker and Kubernetes written in Go and not C#? : csharp
  379. 97%Why are tools such as Docker and Kubernetes written in Go and not C#? : csharp
  380. 88%Oren Eini on RavenDB, including Consistency Guarantees and C# as the Implementation Language
  381. 98%Announcing CBL-Mariner 2.0
  382. 97%Top 10 Dev Products Going GA at Microsoft Build 2022 -- Visual Studio Magazine
  383. 99%Modern programming languages require generics
  384. 88%Rust Guide: Sum-Check protocol
  385. 94%Happy 10th Birthday Compiler Explorer! — Matt Godbolt’s blog
  386. 50%Visual Studio Code Nods to Rapidly Rising Rust Language -- Visual Studio Magazine
  387. 97%GitHub - sharkdp/fd: A simple, fast and user-friendly alternative to 'find'
  388. 97%Memory safety for SerenityOS
  389. 99%GitHub - zefchain/serde-reflection: Rust libraries and tools to help with interoperability and testing of serialization formats based on Serde.
  390. 83%bunnie's blog
  391. 87%Spotify issues - Shogan.tech
  392. 95%What's New in Visual Studio Code 1.67 (April 2022 Update) -- Visual Studio Magazine
  393. 92%Laurence Tratt: Static Integer Types
  394. 72%The Shape of Code » A new career in software development: advice for non-youngsters
  395. 92%Network performance update: Platform Week
  396. 99%Wrong by Default
  397. 84%A clean start for the web - macwright.com
  398. 99%Introducing Lurk: A programming language for recursive zk-SNARKs
  399. 85%Interesting Things #56 — So long
  400. 89%Improved Process Isolation in Firefox 100 – Mozilla Hacks - the Web developer blog
  401. 97%Regular Expression Improvements in .NET 7
  402. 98%What’s new
  403. 97%Earn $200K by fuzzing for a weekend: Part 1
  404. 91%Let's talk about this async
  405. 93%Vulnerability Engineer (Cyber Security / Penetration Testing) - Careers at Apple
  406. 97%Laurence Tratt: Programming Style Influences
  407. 98%Automatic Differentiation: Forward and Reverse
  408. 93%Xilem: an architecture for UI in Rust
  409. 96%How to stop synchronous code in a web worker?
  410. 94%Unix command line conventions over time
  411. 99%GitHub - copy/v86: x86 virtualization in your browser, recompiling x86 to wasm on the fly
  412. 96%Programming Languages Trends in 2022: The Future of Tech
  413. 99%A shiny future with GATs
  414. 98%GitHub - mimoo/cargo-specification: The code is the spec
  415. 97%Criticizing Hare language approach for generic data structures
  416. 99%What's two-adicity?
  417. 65%A Difficult Diagnosis (Part 1) - Ronny Liu
  418. 98%I won free load testing
  419. 96%Experience Report: 6 months of Go
  420. 94%Zaplib post-mortem - Zaplib docs
  421. 97%GitHub - spacedriveapp/spacedrive: Spacedrive is an open source cross-platform file explorer, powered by a virtual distributed filesystem written in Rust.
  422. 94%Lies we tell ourselves to keep using Golang
  423. 91%Inform 7 v10.1.0 is now open-source - Authoring / Inform 7 - The Interactive Fiction Community Forum
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