48 / My Favorite npm Commit
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Tweet of The Week
malloc "may" return null in the same way that I "may" get my act together someday and act like a real adult — @zhuowei auf Twitter
4 min · words.filippo.io
Filippo Valsorda shares some advice to companies that want to sponsor individual open-source maintainers.
9 min · athenian.com
Eiso Kant explains where to spend your time at different stages of the company, based on 7 models.
1 min · blog.izs.me
isaacs about their favourite npm commit: Setting the time to the 26th October of 1985 to work around a tar limitation. If that date doesn't ring a bell, it's a reference to the Back To The Future movies.
18 min · github.com/AsahiLinux
The developers behind Asahi Linux explain how Apple Silicon (i.e. M1 and later) works.
6 min · nixos.org
A Nix Pill that explains the raison d'être of Nix.
8 min · joshwcomeau.com
Josh Comeau about a good way to implement a full-bleed layout in CSS.
1 min · lemire.me
Daniel Lemire about ways to make Go's
binary.Write method faster or more efficient.
10 min · paulbutler.org
Paul Butler explores the concept of ports on an operating system via a fictional story.
6 min · smallcultfollowing.com
Niko Matsakis about panics and cancellation in async Rust.
Cutting Room Floor
2 min · jefftk.com
Jeff Kaufman about the steps he takes to be ready for disaster.
11 min · fowlie.github.io
Fowlie shares their experience with different mechanical keyboards and layouts.
12 min · michael.stapelberg.ch
Michael Stapelberg about some smart home components he used and how he likes them.
8 min · tailscale.com
Avery Pennarun explains the pricing model of Tailscale and why the free customers are not the product.
19 min · morrick.me
Riccardo Mori compares Mac OS X Snow Leopard to macOS Big Sur from a visual standpoint.
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