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  1. C# vs Java: Which is Faster? Computer Language Drag Racing Series E03
  2. Bare Bones Software | BBEdit 14 is here!
  3. Announcing tokio-uring: io-uring support for Tokio
  4. Heritability is a ratio, not a measure of determinism
  5. yoeo/guesslang
  6. janpaulthoughts - The quest for the Ultimate Game Engine
  7. erikgrinaker/toydb
  8. HashWires: Range Proofs from Hash Functions | ZKProof Standards
  9. mxgmn/WaveFunctionCollapse
  10. Inserting One Billion Rows in SQLite Under A Minute - blag
  11. UFOs: Why so weird?
  12. I Love Elixir
  13. microsoft/foss-fund
  14. Zig, Skia, Clojure, Geometry and the Japanese TV Show: ICFP Contest 2021
  15. Pharo - Pharo 9 Released!
  16. prathyvsh/pl-catalog
  17. diekmann/wasm-fizzbuzz
  18. Trusting Everybody
  19. Beating TimSort at Merging
  20. webpack? esbuild? Why not both?
  21. Against SQL
  22. Announcing Arti, a pure-Rust Tor implementation | Tor Blog
  23. What Is WebAssembly — and Why Are You Hearing So Much About It? - The New Stack
  24. Wilfred/difftastic
  25. Compiling Rust is NP-hard
  26. CouleeApps/git-power
  27. [PATCH 00/17] Rust support - ojeda
  28. Bringing emulation into the 21st century
  29. Constant-Time Big Numbers: An Introduction
  30. reacherhq/check-if-email-exists
  31. Globally Distributed Postgres
  32. Functional, Declarative Audio Applications
  33. The web browser I'm dreaming of
  34. Serverless Authentication and Authorization in Minutes with Fauna and Auth0
  35. C# Language Highlights: Null Coalescing Operator
  36. MichalStrehovsky/bflat
  37. The Era Of Customized Blockchains Is Rising Because Smart Contracts Aren’t Really ‘Smart’
  38. Rewriting the GNU Coreutils in Rust
  39. The State of WebAssembly 2021
  40. The Reality of Attractiveness Bias
  41. Ignoring extra words in Meili Search
  42. Back To The Office
  43. On Charming Engineering Culture: My Notes
  44. Safari 15 on Mac OS, a user interface mess
  45. Learning to Love a Rigid and Inflexible Language
  46. make me a sandwich
  47. Announcing WARP for Linux and Proxy Mode
  48. ibraheemdev/modern-unix
  49. Introducing cap-std, a capability-based version of the Rust standard library
  50. In praise of depth – Pravesh
  51. Bear plus snowflake equals polar bear
  52. Bee Travels: A microservices coding adventure | Red Hat Developer
  53. Attempts at solving the online social media
  54. Traits of a healthy team
  55. Sequoia: Super Powering End-to-End Email Encryption in Mozilla Thunderbird
  56. Audit of ING’s Threshold ECDSA Library – And a dangerous vulnerability in existing Gennaro-Goldfeder’18 implementations
  57. Jonas Hietala: The T-34 keyboard layout
  58. Senior Software Engineer in Redmond, Washington, United States | Engineering at Microsoft
  59. Introducing NativeShell for Flutter
  60. rust-lang/rust
  61. Brilliant Jerks in Engineering
  62. Network-based policies in Cloudflare Gateway
  63. Rust for Rustaceans
  64. Using Wikipedia as an Impromptu RottenTomatoes API
  65. Measuring potential complexity in popular Open Source projects
  66. Helix
  67. Conversation about .NET interop | .NET Blog
  68. Remove bogus assert in FindRefs by CyrusNajmabadi · Pull Request #53793 · dotnet/roslyn
  69. Learn X in Y Minutes: Scenic Programming Language Tours
  70. QUIC Version 1 is live on Cloudflare
  71. Adventures in rustc Forking
  72. Oxide
  73. Chris's Wiki :: blog/programming/RustInOurFuture
  74. facundoolano/rpg-cli
  75. What do shells do, and do we need them?
  76. .NET Basics - Dusted Codes
  77. Hacking third-party APIs on the JVM
  78. Zig Makes Rust Cross-compilation Just Work · Um, actually...
  79. utam0k/youki
  80. Building regex.help
  81. Willfulness
  82. Improving Firefox stability on Linux – Mozilla Hacks - the Web developer blog
  83. I am sick and tired of hearing tech companies complain about a developer shortage
  84. Sleep Evolved Before Brains. Hydras Are Living Proof. | Quanta Magazine
  85. Azure Icon Is Changing, So Far No Backlash -- Visual Studio Magazine
  86. Welcoming Linux to the 1Password Family | 1Password
  87. Sébastien Wilmet - Blog post
  88. Things you can’t do in Rust (and what to do instead) - LogRocket Blog
  89. The stack monoid revisited
  90. Why “Unqualified” People Sometimes Make the Best Hires
  91. OrGY: My Personal Technology Stack
  92. Deno 1.10 Release Notes
  93. The Plan for the Rust 2021 Edition | Rust Blog
  94. Realizing the Mina vision in Rust
  95. Rust for Windows Achieves Full Consumption (Call any Windows API) -- Visual Studio Magazine
  96. .NET News Roundup - Week of May 3rd, 2021
  97. Are some personalities just better?
  98. The Problem With Design is Designers
  99. broadcast - crates.io: Rust Package Registry
  100. GitHub Quick Reviews
  101. Searching the web for < $1000 / month | Search more with less
  102. Gleam v0.15 released! – Gleam
  103. The Great Rewriting In Rust
  104. Senior Software Engineer in Redmond, Washington, United States | Engineering at Microsoft
  105. Portability is Reliability
  106. Engineering promotions are broken
  107. Output in password_hash - Rust
  108. Migrating From Python to Kotlin for Our Backend Services
  109. Rust Language Gains Traction in .NET Community -- Visual Studio Magazine
  110. The Hassle-Free JavaScript Tool Manager
  111. Is abstraction killing civilization? | datagubbe.se
  112. banga/git-split-diffs
  113. Rust's Most Unrecognized Contributor
  114. Rust programming language: We want to take it into the mainstream, says Facebook
  115. Microsoft Joins Bytecode Alliance to Further Blazor-Backing WebAssembly Tech -- Visual Studio Magazine
  116. C++ coroutines: Adding COM context support to our awaiter | The Old New Thing
  117. Microsoft joins Bytecode Alliance to advance WebAssembly – aka the thing that lets you run compiled C/C++/Rust code in browsers
  118. Sherlock Holmes and the case of a crashing devenv.exe | The .NET Tools Blog
  119. Report: Mac Developers Prefer VS Code over Xcode -- Visual Studio Magazine
  120. The Linux Foundation's demands to the University of Minnesota for its bad Linux patches security project | ZDNet
  121. Best Practices in Software Development—Part 4
  122. University of Minnesota security researchers apologize for deliberately buggy Linux patches | ZDNet
  123. Rust Language Cheat Sheet
  124. C++ coroutines: Associating multiple task types with the same promise type | The Old New Thing
  125. Zellij: a Rusty terminal workspace releases a beta
  126. Green Vs. Brown Programming Languages
  127. Thoughts And Projects For The Future
  128. Rust and cryptographic code | Bulletproof TLS Newsletter
  129. Microsoft says mandatory password changing is “ancient and obsolete”
  130. Llama Preview: Swift on .NET
  131. Rosenzweig – Dissecting the Apple M1 GPU, part III
  132. What's in the box? - fasterthanli.me
  133. Take your first steps with Rust - Learn
  134. Rust in the Linux kernel
  135. [PATCH 00/13] [RFC] Rust support
  136. Why Rust strings seem hard
  137. Show dotnet: Build your own unit test platform? The true story of .NET nanoFramework. | .NET Blog
  138. [PATCH 00/13] [RFC] Rust support
  139. Gregory Szorc's Digital Home | Rust is for Professionals
  140. Is WebAssembly magic performance pixie dust? — surma.dev
  141. Is WebAssembly magic performance pixie dust? — surma.dev
  142. No, Google! Vivaldi users will not get FloC’ed. | Vivaldi Browser
  143. Deno 1.9 Release Notes
  144. A build tool for the rest of us
  145. Two Paths to the Future | Fantastic Anachronism
  146. Playing the Open Source Game
  147. Trying Zombodb
  148. zhuowei/nft_ptr
  149. In defense of Signal
  150. mratsim/constantine
  151. My programming principles • Borislav Grigorov
  152. Introducing Dawn (Part 1)
  153. microsoft-sponsorships/microsoft-foss-fund
  154. Docker without Docker
  155. Creating Videos with React and Remotion
  156. MPC-Over-Signal
  157. Jakub Konka Hired Full Time ⚡ Zig Programming Language
  158. C++ coroutines: Making the promise itself be the shared state, the outline | The Old New Thing
  159. The Fastest, Safest PNG Decoder in the World
  160. GitHub Sponsors Community
  161. Eliminating Data Races in Firefox – A Technical Report – Mozilla Hacks - the Web developer blog
  162. Static methods considered evil?
  163. Moving to Desktop Applications in .NET Core/.NET 5
  164. Google Is Testing Its Controversial New Ad Targeting Tech in Millions of Browsers. Here’s What We Know.
  165. C++ coroutines: Making the promise itself be the shared state, the outline | The Old New Thing
  166. soywod/himalaya
  167. Matthew Walker's "Why We Sleep" Is Riddled with Scientific and Factual Errors - Alexey Guzey
  168. My "shiny future"
  169. Obvious and possible software innovations nobody does
  170. XKCP/K12
  171. Unveiling Gavran: RavenDB re-written in C
  172. MakAir Series: Engineering Focus on Ventilator Software
  173. gd/rust - platform/system/bt - Git at Google
  174. C++ coroutines: The initial and final suspend, and improving our return_value method | The Old New Thing
  175. akavel/up
  176. My Self-Taught Tech Career - Work & Life Notes
  177. Introducing 'innernet' | tonari blog
  178. C++ coroutines: Basic implementation of a promise type | The Old New Thing
  179. gruns/icecream
  180. Git
  181. A new Cloudflare Web Application Firewall
  182. How Much of the Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy Can You Fit on a QR Code?
  183. Pin and suffering - fasterthanli.me
  184. Being a woman in tech should not be controversial
  185. Compiler Explorer - C++ (x86-64 clang (assertions trunk))
  186. We asked a Retired Microsoft Windows Engineer 100 Questions! Why oh Why? Find out!
  187. Announcing Rust 1.51.0 | Rust Blog
  188. A "Better C" Benchmark
  189. facebookresearch/Cupcake
  190. A solution to dependency hell: static binaries by default
  191. Solo V2 — Safety Net Against Phishing
  192. C++, Getting Started with the Basics: Working with Dependencies and Linker
  193. Linus Torvalds on where Rust will fit into Linux | ZDNet
  194. denji/awesome-http-benchmark
  195. Load Testing and Benchmarking With siege vs wrk
  196. Consider upgrading a few PC components - a good SSD is so fast it's not even funny
  197. How safe is zig?
  198. git/next/linux-next.git - The linux-next integration testing tree
  199. Random Employee Chats at Cloudflare
  200. ezrosent/frawk
  201. Starving Threads In Ruby
  202. Why bother with Scripting?
  203. Performance comparison: counting words in Python, Go, C++, C, AWK, Forth, and Rust
  204. Is Crossplane the Infrastructure LLVM?
  205. I wrote one of the fastest DataFrame libraries - Ritchie Vink
  206. Speed of Rust vs C
  207. He got Facebook hooked on AI. Now he can't fix its misinformation addiction
  208. Calling .NET APIs from Rust
  209. Jeremy A Boyd |
  210. Project Reunion Preview: Because 'Windows Development Is Hard' -- Visual Studio Magazine
  211. ARMs Race: Ampere Altra takes on the AWS Graviton2
  212. Microsoft Releases Project Reunion 0.5 Preview
  213. Zig, Parser Combinators - and Why They're Awesome
  214. half of curl’s vulnerabilities are C mistakes
  215. What's New in Visual Basic on .NET 5?
  216. Creating other types of synchronization objects that can be used with co_await, part 2: The basic library | The Old New Thing
  217. Debian running on Rust coreutils
  218. Why asynchronous Rust doesn't work
  219. Developing with Rust on Windows
  220. Hackers breach thousands of security cameras, exposing Tesla, jails, hospitals - BNN Bloomberg
  221. Clojure from a Schemer's perspective
  222. Facial recognition technology can expose political orientation from naturalistic facial images
  223. The Teams Dashboard: Finding a Product Voice
  224. Analyst: TypeScript Now Firmly in Top 10 Echelon (Ruby, Not So Much) -- Visual Studio Magazine
  225. Google’s FLoC Is a Terrible Idea
  226. Business or People
  227. Announcing Flutter 2
  228. Deno - A secure runtime for JavaScript and TypeScript
  229. Event Sourcing: Rehydrating Aggregates with Snapshots
  230. Semantic Versioning Will Not Save You
  231. Deno - A secure runtime for JavaScript and TypeScript
  232. Level up your .NET libraries - Ben Foster
  233. Foam: Six Months Later
  234. Back To The Office
  235. nullpo-head/WSL-Hello-sudo
  236. The small web is beautiful
  237. Weird architectures weren't supported to begin with
  238. Const generics MVP hits beta! | Rust Blog
  239. Librsvg, Rust, and non-mainstream architectures
  240. Map of my personal data infrastructure | beepb00p
  241. Being a workplace crusader - Articles
  242. Don't define functions inline in your public headers
  243. Why Discord is switching from Go to Rust
  244. Parsing floating-point numbers really fast in C#
  245. Microsoft's Distributed Application Runtime (Dapr) Debuts for Microservices Apps -- Visual Studio Magazine
  246. tree-sitter/tree-sitter
  247. Immediate-Mode-UI/Nuklear
  248. The modern packager’s security nightmare – Michał Górny
  249. A year of Rails - macwright.com
  250. Ask the Expert: Rust at Microsoft
  251. Build smaller, faster, and more secure desktop applications with a web frontend | Tauri Studio
  252. Using HPKE to Encrypt Request Payloads
  253. The Launch Space: Surface Duo for Xamarin and .NET developers
  254. Mitigating Memory Safety Issues in Open Source Software
  255. Objective or Biased
  256. A primer on code generation in Cranelift
  257. Maybe We Can Have Nice Things
  258. Distributed Application Runtime (Dapr) v1.0 Announced
  259. Functorio
  260. The Worst Experience I've Had With an aarch64 MacBook
  261. I Really Blew It | Interactive Storytelling Tools for Writers
  262. Being a COBOL developer can be very fun
  263. Julia 1.6: what has changed since Julia 1.0?
  264. thegrims/UsTaxes
  265. Multi-asset shielded pool project (MASP)
  266. For the Love of Macros
  267. ratfactor/ziglings
  268. Why no one should use the AT&T syntax ever, for any reason, under any circumstances
  269. Our Solo v2 launch is official!
  270. jimblandy/context-switch
  271. Building A Custom Event Hubs Event Processor with .NET | Azure SDK Blog
  272. Announcing Rust 1.50.0 | Rust Blog
  273. Why I don't use the "else" keyword in my code anymore
  274. Are we game yet?
  275. Llofty Ambitions
  276. Mozilla Welcomes the Rust Foundation – The Mozilla Blog
  277. Google joins the Rust Foundation
  278. State of the Common Lisp ecosystem, 2020 🎉 - Lisp journey
  279. Reverie: An optimized zero-knowledge proof system
  280. Rust Foundation
  281. Taming Environments with Volta, the JavaScript Tool Manager
  282. Writing high performance F# code
  283. Is abstraction killing civilization? | datagubbe.se
  285. Programming for Cats
  286. rust-analyzer/rust-analyzer
  287. Coaching sessions: here’s what I talk about with junior developers
  288. The reshaped Mac experience
  289. My Third Year as a Solo Developer
  290. Llama Rust SDK preview 0.1.3
  291. Discover - Pony
  292. PyO3/pyo3
  293. A Quest to Find a Highly Compressed Emoji :shortcode: Lookup Function
  294. Narrative Driven Development
  295. Zig Makes Go Cross Compilation Just Work
  296. GitHub Ships Enterprise Server 3.0 Release Candidate -- Visual Studio Magazine
  297. Python in VS Code Adds Data Viewer for Debugging -- Visual Studio Magazine
  298. Rust for Windows
  299. Design Draft: First Class Fuzzing
  300. Microsoft Opens Up Old Win32 APIs to C# and Rust, More Languages to Come -- Visual Studio Magazine
  301. Why Electron is a Necessary Evil
  302. microsoft/windows-rs
  303. README.md · master · LinuxCafeFederation / Awesome Alternatives
  304. Porting Firefox to Apple Silicon – Mozilla Hacks - the Web developer blog
  305. Preview: The SQLite Llibrary as a .NET assembly
  306. The Evolution of a Research Paper
  307. The worrying trend of game technology centralization
  308. Reducing tail latencies with automatic cooperative task yielding
  309. Would Rust secure cURL?
  310. Fully Homomorphic Encryption Part Three: Three Strawmans for the FHE Scheme
  311. Rust is a hard way to make a web API - macwright.com
  312. How the Pandemic Opened the Door to My Career in Tech
  313. Being a Tech Lead in an Empowered Product Team
  314. What is Social Cooling?
  315. Learn X by doing Y - A project-based learning search engine
  316. Rebuilding the most popular spellchecker. Part 1
  317. Lessons from my first (very bad) on-call experience
  318. theseus-os/Theseus
  319. A practical guide to WebAssembly memory - radu's blog
  320. Rust-GCC/gccrs
  321. Elzear - 🗳 Ranked voting systems
  322. Chemistry of Cast Iron Seasoning: A Science-Based How-To
  323. What I did on my winter vacation
  324. adam-mcdaniel/atom
  325. Rosenzweig – Dissecting the Apple M1 GPU, part I
  326. Pointers Are Complicated, or: What's in a Byte?
  327. Everything You Always Wanted To Know About GitHub (But Were Afraid To Ask)
  328. Wasmer 1.0
  329. GRVYDEV/Project-Lightspeed
  330. How to Stop Endless Discussions
  331. Make smaller console apps with .NET and CoreRT - { Destructured }
  332. Zig in 30 minutes
  333. Patterns and Habits
  334. A half-hour to learn Rust - fasterthanli.me
  335. artichoke/artichoke
  336. Announcing Rust 1.49.0 | Rust Blog
  337. What's new in PHP 8 - stitcher.io
  338. Colin Stebbins Gordon
  339. Buttplug Hits v1 Milestone - Nonpolynomial
  340. Cosmopolitan C Library
  341. Executable PNGs - djhworld
  342. Using One Cron Parser Everywhere With Rust and Saffron
  343. Tokio
  344. Cakelisp: a programming language for games
  345. My Engineering Axioms
  346. Counterfactual communication and intimidation
  347. tuhdo/tuhdo.github.io
  348. The Shape of 1.7M Lines of Code · Stefan-Marr.de
  349. An Old New Adventure
  350. On the Graying of GNOME | Et tu, Cthulhu
  351. Azure Functions in Any Language with Custom Handlers
  352. Top Articles I've Read in 2020
  353. Last Week in .NET #22 – Microsoft Parrots Google
  354. These Modern Programming Languages Will Make You Suffer
  355. Notes on Learning Languages
  356. Fast AF Fourier Transform (FafFT) | Conrad Ludgate
  357. Aiming for correctness with types - fasterthanli.me
  358. Deno 1.6 Release Notes
  359. WerWolv/ImHex
  360. Improving DNS Privacy with Oblivious DoH in
  361. imazen/imageflow
  362. #DevDecember Week 1 Recap: Growth
  363. std::visit is everything wrong with modern C++
  364. The case for Elixir
  365. Uno Platform Blazor WebAssembly (client-side) with AOT and SkiaSharp
  366. libra/libra
  367. How I Translate Feature Requests into Code
  368. rga: ripgrep, but also search in PDFs, E-Books, Office documents, zip, tar.gz, etc.
  369. The Cryptopals Crypto Challenges
  370. Writing Rust the Elixir way
  371. Pijul - The Mathematically Sound Version Control System Written in Rust
  372. Ruffle
  373. Risp (in (Rust) (Lisp))
  374. Modern storage is plenty fast. It is the APIs that are bad.
  375. dcz-self/breedmatic
  376. Modern storage is plenty fast. It is the APIs that are bad.
  377. How do people find bugs?
  378. Why AWS loves Rust, and how we’d like to help | Amazon Web Services
  379. zkSummit 6 | Hopin
  380. A Taste of OCaml's Predictable Performance - Dev.Poga
  381. Announcing Rust 1.48.0 | Rust Blog
  382. jsomers.net | I should have loved biology
  383. reHackable/awesome-reMarkable
  384. Servo’s new home
  385. Graphics for JVM
  386. Vulnerability, leadership and paternity leave ft. Erran Berger
  387. The C Standard Library Is Not Dependency Free
  388. Why an IDE?
  389. Using Rust to Scale Elixir for 11 Million Concurrent Users
  390. What is a System-on-Chip (SoC), and Why Do We Care if They are Open Source? « bunnie's blog
  391. How to Recalculate a Spreadsheet
  392. Rust vs Go — Bitfield Consulting
  393. Building a Weather Station UI
  394. Why Dark didn't choose Rust
  395. NewReleases.io
  396. bddisasm: The Bitdefender x86 Disassembler
  397. ocornut/imgui
  398. Dark's new backend will be in F#
  399. Episode 13: Andrew Gallant (BurntSushi), creator of ripgrep
  400. curlpipe/ox
  401. The Guide to Deno
  402. Leaving OCaml
  403. Why men's health depends on feminism
  404. adamsky/globe
  405. Are we web yet? Yes, and it's freaking fast!
  406. For Complex Applications, Rust is as Productive as Kotlin
  407. What's in a Linux executable? - fasterthanli.me
  408. gRPC performance improvements in .NET 5 | ASP.NET Blog
  409. Bytecode Alliance: One year update
  410. Standard ML in 2020 | notes.eatonphil.com
  411. Add PriorityQueue<T> to Collections · Issue #14032 · dotnet/runtime
  412. Parenting doesn’t do what I thought
  413. 1Password for Linux beta is now open 🎊 🐧 🎊 | 1Password
  414. Assorted thoughts on zig (and rust)
  415. Towards sockets and networking in WebAssembly and WASI - radu's blog
  416. dandavison/delta
  417. Collections: Iron, How Did They Make It, Part IVb: Work Hardening, or Hardly Working?
  418. Abundance
  419. Why and How Use Azure Active Directory (AAD) with Blazor Web Assembly (WASM)
  420. How to add C++ structured binding support to your own types | The Old New Thing
  421. Exchanging UDP messages - Low-Level Academy
  422. Bidding Farewell to Software Engineering — cdahmedeh
  423. As election looms, a network of mysterious ‘pink slime’ local news outlets nearly triples in size
  424. The Observation Deck » Rust after the honeymoon
  425. CRISPR is Dead
  426. Paul Rouget - Goodbye Mozilla
  427. Memory Safe ‘curl’ for a More Secure Internet
  428. rust in curl with hyper
  429. Llama preview 0.1.2
  430. Police violence: Your ratios don’t prove what you think they prove
  431. Announcing Rust 1.47.0 | Rust Blog
  432. Writing JavaScript tools in other languages – a new trend?
  433. Building a Weather Station Bot
  434. Motivation and why finishing a personal project is hard.
  435. It’s 255:19AM. Do you know what your validation criteria are?
  436. Basic Concepts in Unity for Software Engineers
  437. Wiki - RustStarterKit2020
  438. LLVM provides no side-channel resistance
  439. Computers Are Hard: app performance with Jeff Fritz
  440. Why not PHP?
  441. Personality Does Not Define Success
  442. Rust 2021: GUI
  443. WebAssembly Could Be the Key for Cloud Native Extensibility – The New Stack
  444. Things I Was Wrong About: Types  — Sympolymathesy, by Chris Krycho
  445. I was wrong. CRDTs are the future
  446. Thoughts on Structured Editing: Breaking Away from Syntax
  447. Zig's New Relationship with LLVM
  448. A Blog About Computer Systems and Language Design
  449. Things Elixir's Phoenix Framework Does Right
  450. Remarkable software engineers write remarkable code - Joannes Vermorel's blog
  451. This is a pretty dire assessment of Mozilla
  452. rotoclone/strategic-communication
  453. Firefox usage is down 85% despite Mozilla's top exec pay going up 400%
  454. My Least Favorite Rust Type
  455. Why not rust for security?
  456. Why Not Rust?
  457. Why Not Rust?
  458. Throw Away Code
  459. TL;DR Rust
  460. My Principles for Building Software
  461. mrDIMAS/rg3d
  462. An introduction to Data Oriented Design with Rust
  463. Herding Code 242: The COVID Cabin Fever
  464. Microsoft submits Linux kernel patches for a 'complete virtualization stack' with Linux and Hyper-V
  465. Reinforcement learning, non-Markov environments, and memory
  466. Who Influences Your Working Pace?
  467. Thoughts on giving feedback
  468. coin_artist – 34700 $coin Puzzle Write-Up ($20,000)
  469. How to Build a RESTful API with Deno
  470. The Automated CIO
  471. Dhghomon/programming_at_40
  472. How to speed up the Rust compiler one last time – Nicholas Nethercote
  473. Web-to-App Communication: The Native Messaging API
  474. Add contibutors to the release notes by Brar · Pull Request #46 · npgsql/doc
  475. Everything You Need to Know to Get Started with Deno
  476. samizdatco/skia-canvas
  477. In Defense of a Switch
  478. Synthesizing a when_all coroutine from pieces you already have | The Old New Thing
  479. Rewritten in Rust: Modern Alternatives of Command-Line Tools · zaiste.net
  480. How to Spot Toxic Software Jobs From Their Descriptions
  481. Announcing the General Availability of Bottlerocket, an open source Linux distribution built to run containers | Amazon Web Services
  482. What is .NET? How does it work? Is it a language or a Platform?
  483. Supporting Linux kernel development in Rust
  484. System Programming in 2k20
  485. Less is more
  486. Zen and Development | Potemkin Life
  487. Objective-Rust
  488. Linux Hardware Reviews, Open-Source Benchmarks & Linux Performance
  489. Pure and Applied Chess
  490. Announcing Rust 1.46.0 | Rust Blog
  491. Code Runner - Visual Studio Marketplace
  492. Racket
  493. If Humans Spoke in Vectors...
  494. Rust Contributors
  495. .NET &amp; JavaScript Ninjas Community Program | Telerik
  496. Daily links from Cory Doctorow
  497. Thinking about dependencies :: sunshowers
  498. You don’t always have to be productive - WEEB TRASH LIFE
  499. When U.S. air force discovered the flaw of averages
  500. First thoughts on Rust vs OCaml
  501. Why Did Mozilla Remove XUL Add-ons?
  502. Porting a Golang and Rust CLI tool to D
  503. Laying the foundation for Rust's future | Rust Blog
  504. Hiding messages in x86 binaries using semantic duals
  505. WebAssembly Weekly Issue #126
  506. Code Smell: Concrete Abstraction
  507. linksfor.dev(s)
  508. Frustrated? It's not you, it's Rust - fasterthanli.me
  509. Survey: Native AOT · Issue #40430 · dotnet/runtime
  510. A Guide to Understanding What Makes a Typeface Accessible, and How to Make Informed Decisions.
  511. twilco/kosmonaut
  512. Mozilla’s uncertain future
  513. Unicode In Five Minutes ⌚
  514. Mozilla signs fresh Google search deal worth mega-millions as 25% staff cut hits Servo, MDN, security teams
  515. Commiserations, skepticism, and antirealism about genomics and Truth
  516. Mozilla's failures and a path to profitability
  517. Write your Own Virtual Machine
  518. servo/servo
  519. Mozilla: The Greatest Tech Company Left Behind
  520. "Rust does not have a stable ABI"
  521. Byron/gitoxide
  522. Mozilla Alumni Network
  523. Bevy - Introducing Bevy
  524. Let’s implement a Bloom Filter
  525. Single Page Applications using Rust
  526. Changing World, Changing Mozilla – The Mozilla Blog
  527. Why the C Language Will Never Stop You from Making Mistakes
  528. We Can Do Better Than SQL
  529. An attempt to make a font look more handwritten
  530. How to better design your game communities for kindness
  531. First Impressions of Rust
  532. liljencrantz/crush
  533. Accelerating Standard C++ with GPUs Using stdpar | NVIDIA Developer Blog
  534. simdjson/simdjson
  535. Native AOT Survey
  536. 1Password for Linux development preview
  537. LesnyRumcajs/grpc_bench
  538. Go vs Rust: Writing a CLI tool
  539. Python is now the second most popular language for programming - newserector
  540. The Era of DNA Database Hacks Is Here
  541. Dual-monitor 4K@60hz KVM switch for $30
  542. Firefox 79: The safe return of shared memory, new tooling, and platform updates – Mozilla Hacks - the Web developer blog
  543. WasmBoxC: Simple, Easy, and Fast VM-less Sandboxing
  544. Writing a file system from scratch in Rust · carlosgaldino
  545. Tech vs Biotech — Celine Halioua
  546. Apache Arrow 1.0.0 Release
  547. adam-mcdaniel/oakc
  548. SuperTails/langcraft
  549. Considering Rust
  550. The Indie Consulting Business Model Canvas V0.1
  551. Dhghomon/easy_rust
  552. Add support for binding record types by pranavkm · Pull Request #23976 · dotnet/aspnetcore
  553. Complexity of Hello World & what comes after
  554. NerdyPepper/dijo
  555. Cryptography Dispatches: DSA Is Past Its Prime
  556. Announcing Rust 1.45.0 | Rust Blog
  557. Hacking Reolink cameras for fun and profit
  558. crates.io: Rust Package Registry
  559. crates.io security advisory | Rust Blog
  560. zombodb/pgx
  561. Linux kernel in-tree Rust support
  562. Trending
  563. stu2b50
  564. The Soul of a New Debugger
  565. Tour of Rust
  566. Testing Firefox more efficiently with machine learning – Mozilla Hacks - the Web developer blog
  567. Linux kernel in-tree Rust support
  568. Linux kernel in-tree Rust support
  569. Moving from TypeScript to Rust / WebAssembly
  570. tauri-apps/tauri
  571. braver-browser/braver-browser
  572. Writing a winning 4K intro in Rust
  573. A Deep Introduction to JIT Compilers: JITs are not very Just-in-time | Carol's Blog
  574. nabeelqu
  575. Giving code presentations
  576. A look at the Gemini protocol: a brutally simple alternative to the web
  577. Code Only Says What it Does
  578. Desugaring - taking our high-level language and simplifying it!
  579. 'It's really hard to find maintainers': Linus Torvalds ponders the future of Linux
  580. The Pain of Debugging WebAssembly – The New Stack
  581. How CDNs Generate Certificates
  582. home
  583. Documenting with PowerShell: Breaches using the HIBP API - CyberDrain
  584. Python may get pattern matching syntax
  585. xi-editor retrospective
  586. Egui – An experimental immediate mode GUI written in Rust
  587. What's in a Linux executable?
  588. PEP 622 -- Structural Pattern Matching
  589. Path Building vs Path Verifying: Implementation Showdown
  590. dabreegster/abstreet
  591. @adlrocha - Software should be designed to last
  592. nabeelqu
  593. My Favorite CLI Tools
  594. the-benchmarker/web-frameworks
  595. 3K, 60fps, 130ms: achieving it with Rust | tonari blog
  596. Generics and Compile-Time in Rust | TiDB
  597. Black Google manager: “My education and elocution cannot save me from these situations”
  598. Build yourself a weather station. Part I
  599. Fast 2D rendering on GPU
  600. May 2020 news · Gwern.net
  601. Microsoft: Rust Is the Industry’s ‘Best Chance’ at Safe Systems Programming – The New Stack
  602. In Defense of Myers Briggs
  603. Flat UI Elements Attract Less Attention and Cause Uncertainty
  604. How async should have been
  605. Compressing Synapse database | Levans' workshop
  606. dapr/dapr
  607. 25 Years of PHP History
  608. A Tiny, Static, Full-Text Search Engine using Rust and WebAssembly | Matthias Endler
  609. Playing Around With The Fuchsia Operating System
  610. New inline assembly syntax available in nightly | Inside Rust Blog
  611. Hacking Windows with F# 5.0 Scripts
  612. dapr/dapr
  613. Rust: Dropping heavy things in another thread can make your code 10000 times faster
  614. The 2020 Developer Survey results are here! - Stack Overflow Blog
  615. Patrik Svensson - Targeting ARM64 for Windows in Rust
  616. Chrome: 70% of all security bugs are memory safety issues | ZDNet
  617. I made a NES emulator in Rust using generators
  618. Adding peephole optimization to Clang | Egor Bogatov — Developer at Microsoft
  619. Releasing Today! Visual Studio 2019 v16.6 & v16.7 Preview 1 | Visual Studio Blog
  620. Remembering Why Agile was a Big Deal
  621. Five Years of Rust | Rust Blog
  622. Deno 1.0
  623. My Mid-Career Job-Hunt: A Data Point for Job-Seeking Devs
  624. Make LLVM fast again
  625. A Rust-based TLS library outperformed OpenSSL in almost every category | ZDNet
  626. [Question] CoreRT future plans · Issue #7200 · dotnet/corert
  627. [Question] CoreRT future plans · Issue #7200 · dotnet/corert
  628. Add tags for programming languages / genres
  629. PHP showing its maturity in release 7.4
  630. Explainable Deep Learning: A Field Guide for the Uninitiated
  631. Making rust as fast as go
  632. 'Re: Integrating "safe" languages into OpenBSD?'
  633. Rust/WinRT Public Preview - Windows Developer Blog
  634. Rules of thumb for a 1x developer
  635. C# interop with C/C++ and Rust in WebAssembly - Uno Platform
  636. First Release
  637. First Release
  638. Teleforking a process onto a different computer!
  639. [Question] CoreRT future plans · Issue #7200 · dotnet/corert
  640. Announcing Rust 1.43.0 | Rust Blog
  641. Closing the gap: cross-language LTO between Rust and C/C++
  642. Engineering code quality in the Firefox browser: A look at our tools and challenges – Mozilla Hacks - the Web developer blog
  643. Lab — CS-3210, Spring 2020 1 documentation
  644. A Possible New Backend for Rust – Jason Williams
  645. What Is Interesting About Factorio
  646. Abonnement Xbox Live - Les codes Xbox Live et les Cartes Cadeaux les moins chers du Net
  647. “Stubs” in the .NET Runtime
  648. A Taste of GPU Compute
  649. Cloudflare Workers Now Support COBOL
  650. Writing a Book with Pandoc, Make, and Vim — Vladimir Keleshev
  651. Introduction
  652. Swift: Google’s bet on differentiable programming | Tryolabs Blog
  653. I can't keep up with idiomatic Rust
  654. Migrating Duolingo’s Android app to 100% Kotlin
  655. Introducing Krustlet, the WebAssembly Kubelet
  656. Replicate your favorite VSCode theme in Windows Terminal
  657. Await | Writing an OS in Rust
  658. How I Became a Better Programmer
  659. `zig cc`: a Powerful Drop-In Replacement for GCC/Clang
  660. Software Engineer - Jobs at Apple
  661. I Am Mesmerized By Our New Robotic Vacuum
  662. Starship: Cross-Shell Prompt
  663. Rust/WinRT coming soon
  664. Researching the optimal; implementing the practical
  665. Ancient shell shows days were half-hour shorter 70 million years ago - AGU Newsroom
  666. Announcing Rust 1.42.0 | Rust Blog
  667. My exploration of Rust and .NET
  668. How I Start: Nix
  669. Table 4 . Normalized global results for Energy, Time, and Memory 
  670. Automatic indexes and garbage collection, features that you shouldn’t need which save the day
  671. On the shoulders of the giants
  672. Firecracker
  673. Microsoft's Miguel de Icaza Ponders New Use for WebAssembly -- Visual Studio Magazine
  674. Abhishek Gupta – Medium
  675. Stateful Programming Models in Serverless Functions | QCon San Francisco 2020
  676. Stark - Language And Frontend Compiler - Prototype 2019
  677. - Miguel de Icaza
  678. Rust Ownership Rules
  679. A journey to searching Have I Been Pwned database in 49μs (C++)
  680. A half-hour to learn Rust
  681. I want off Mr. Golang's Wild Ride
  682. What is a type in TypeScript? Two perspectives
  683. Securing Firefox with WebAssembly – Mozilla Hacks - the Web developer blog
  684. Acrobat on the Web, Powered by WebAssembly
  685. On Voice Coding
  686. Andreessen-Horowitz craps on “AI” startups from a great height
  687. Bastion
  688. Learning Rust With Entirely Too Many Linked Lists
  689. Getting started with Uno Platform and ReactiveUI - Uno Platform
  690. Update on our new and upcoming security keys
  691. Why Do So Many Incompetent Men Become Leaders?
  692. The Horrifically Dystopian World of Software Engineering Interviews - Blog by Jared Nelsen
  693. Rust for professionals
  694. Examples of calling an API HTTP GET for JSON in different languages - Joe Kampschmidt's Code
  695. This Goes to Eleven (Part. 2/∞)
  696. You’re probably using the wrong dictionary « the jsomers.net blog
  697. The Bright Side of Imposter Syndrome.
  698. The bright side of imposter syndrome. | Leo Gopal
  699. Todo-Backend
  700. Google's OpenSK lets you BYOSK – burn your own security key
  701. tock/tock
  702. Stack Overflow
  703. KnightOS was an interesting operating system
  704. martinber/noaa-apt
  705. Add support for high level Assembler by xoofx · Pull Request #60 · 0xd4d/iced
  706. microsoft/verona
  707. Building Graphical Applications with WASI, Wasmer, and the experimental I/O Devices
  708. Build Rust environment for ESP32
  709. Containerized builds for Rust on the ESP32 - DEV Community 👩‍💻👨‍💻
  710. Browser Games Aren't an Easy Target — Jakob's Personal Webpage
  711. Racor - PSM-1R - Pro Store Multi-Use Storage Bracket - Wheelbarrow and Ladder Hanger - Utility Hooks - Amazon.com
  712. BLAKE3-team/BLAKE3
  713. Developer Tools Weekly : Issue 100 : January 6, 2020
  714. imsnif/bandwhich
  715. “Stack Walking” in the .NET Runtime
  716. Signal >> Blog >> Technology Preview for secure value recovery
  717. patriksvensson/waithandle-rs
  718. Using WebAssembly from .NET with Wasmtime – Mozilla Hacks - the Web developer blog
  719. Using WebAssembly from .NET with Wasmtime
  720. Consuming Ethernet frames with the nom crate
  721. More implementations · Issue #4 · mimoo/disco
  722. dapr/dapr
  723. New release – PeachPie Sdk 0.9.600 @ PeachPie | PHP compiler to .NET
  724. The State of the Octoverse
  725. Using Rust in Windows - Microsoft Security Response Center
  726. How Swift Achieved Dynamic Linking Where Rust Couldn't
  727. patriksvensson/rustcalc
  728. NordVPN users’ passwords exposed in mass credential-stuffing attacks
  729. TLS Post-Quantum Experiment
  730. Safe and Secure Drivers in High-Level Languages
  731. Apple, Your Developer Documentation is… Missing
  732. dapr/dapr
  733. Add 64 bits support to Array underlying storage · Issue #12221 · dotnet/runtime
  734. A Talk Near the Future of Python (a.k.a., Dave live-codes a WebAssembly Interpreter)
  735. Announcing the Open Application Model (OAM), an open standard for developing and operating applications on Kubernetes and other platforms - Open Source Blog
  736. rust-p2p/disco
  737. AWS’ sponsorship of the Rust project | Amazon Web Services
  738. Improving the LibraBFT protocol · Libra
  739. “Stubs” in the .NET Runtime
  740. Dave Glick - Default Interface Members, What Are They Good For?
  741. r/programming - A high-speed network driver written in C, Rust, Go, C#, Java, OCaml, Haskell, Swift, Javascript, and Python
  742. ixy-languages/ixy-languages
  743. My RustConf 2018 Closing Keynote
  744. Utf8String design proposal · Issue #2350 · dotnet/corefxlab
  745. Why Are So Many Developers Hating on Object-Oriented Programming? - The New Stack
  746. What's new in C# 8.0 - C# Guide
  747. Highlights from Git 2.23
  748. Potentially unsafe uses of unsafe · Issue #145 · mozilla/neqo
  749. RustPython/RustPython
  750. What's Deno, and how is it different from Node.js? - LogRocket Blog
  751. How we integrate Rust with C#
  752. C# and Rust: combining managed and unmanaged code without sacrificing safety - Ashley Mannix
  753. gothinkster/realworld
  754. What does debugging a program look like? - Julia Evans
  755. Archive
  756. jeanqasaur/dsl-syllabus-fall-2016
  757. Open Source Game Clones
  758. .NET R&D Digest (May, 2019)
  759. Rust: A Language for the Next 40 Years - Carol Nichols
  760. Users
  761. Elon Musk Says ‘Hyperloop’ Tunnel Is Now Just a Normal Car Tunnel Because ‘This Is Simple and Just Works’
  762. WCF vs gRPC
  763. Visual Studio Code Remote Development may change everything - Scott Hanselman
  764. 0xd4d/iced
  765. Graphics Programming Weekly - Article Database
  766. Error Management: Future vs ZIO
  767. Error Management: Future vs ZIO
  768. Community and Communication going forward
  769. Fight the global warming: compile your C# apps ahead of time
  770. A doorbell company owned by Amazon wants to start producing “crime news” and it’ll definitely end well
  771. Keynote: The Last Hope for Scala's Infinity War - John A. De Goes
  772. distractionware » The Dice are Cast
  773. Rust's 2019 roadmap | Rust Blog
  774. ericsink/wasm2cil
  775. Running WebAssembly and WASI with .NET
  776. BurntSushi/ripgrep
  777. [question] choosing between class and struct · Issue #12489 · dotnet/runtime
  778. Functional Scala: Next Level by John A. De Goes (LambdaConf Edition)
  779. Stack Overflow Developer Survey 2019
  780. The electronic song “Scary Monsters and Nice Sprites” reduces host attack and mating success in the dengue vector Aedes aegypti
  781. Tastes Like Chicken
  782. Announcing Lucet: Fastly's native WebAssembly compiler and runtime
  783. cloudflare/boringtun
  784. BoringTun, a userspace WireGuard implementation in Rust
  785. Standardizing WASI: A system interface to run WebAssembly outside the web – Mozilla Hacks - the Web developer blog
  786. How to Debug Rust with Visual Studio Code
  787. [Question] CoreRT future plans · Issue #7200 · dotnet/corert
  788. Why Hashbrown Does A Double-Lookup
  789. Explaining Code using ASCII Art – Embedded in Academia
  790. Testing Incrementally with ZIO Environment by John De Goes - Signify Technology
  791. Writing A Compiler In Go | Thorsten Ball
  792. Writing An Interpreter In Go | Thorsten Ball
  793. Deep thoughts on other languages Like Rust, Go, etc.
  794. Testing Incrementally with ZIO Environment
  795. Cats instances taking the environmental parameter by gvolpe · Pull Request #593 · zio/zio
  796. Leadersheep — Trinity Farm
  797. CensoredUsername/dynasm-rs
  798. Paper: Hyperscan: A Fast Multi-pattern Regex Matcher for Modern CPUs
  799. Combining iterator blocks and async methods in C# | Premier Developer
  800. sharkdp/bat
  801. Hotswapping Haskell · Simon Marlow
  802. vmg/sundown
  803. ApoorvaJ/tiny-jpeg-rs
  804. Introducing HacSpec
  805. The 10 Secrets to Indie Game Success (and Why They Do Not Exist)
  806. crates.io: Rust Package Registry
  807. dalek-cryptography/ed25519-dalek
  808. LLVM: include/llvm/Support/Casting.h Source File
  809. Undefined Behavior Is Really Undefined
  810. sharkdp/hyperfine
  811. Zcash Counterfeiting Vulnerability Successfully Remediated - Electric Coin Company
  812. (Now Go Bang!) Snowflake Archeology (DEC PDP-1)
  813. Deep Learning with Darwin: Evolutionary Synthesis of Deep Neural Networks
  814. What I Learned Making My Own JIT Language
  815. The Web We Lost
  816. » The Sierra Discovery Adventures The Digital Antiquarian
  817. » The Game of Everything, Part 7: Civilization and Government I (Despotism, Monarchy, and the Republic) The Digital Antiquarian
  818. » Games on the Mersey, Part 5: The Lemmings Effect The Digital Antiquarian
  819. » A Tale of the Mirror World, Part 5: The Inflection Point The Digital Antiquarian
  820. lemire/simdjson