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Tweet of the Week
machine learning? i think we need some machine forgetting!!— @monadlike on Twitter
What You Miss By Only Checking GitHub
Sumana Harihareswara about the lamppost fallacy that is only looking at GitHub for open-source projects.
What I've Learned from Users
Paul Graham about their learnings working with startup founders for YC.
Async destructors, async genericity and completion futures
Sabrina Jewson explores options to add async Drop in Rust and concludes in a proposal.
Futures Concurrency IV: Join Ergonomics
Yoshua Wuyts about (async) join ergonomics in Swift and Rust.
Ten challenges for Rust
Nick Cameron lists ten challenges for Rust, the language and the ecosystem.
Rust 2024...the year of everywhere?
Niko Matsakis imagines Rust in 2024 and describes the features they think are available by then.
The five-minute feedback fix
Hillel Wayne about formal verification methods and their advantages.
How I’m a Productive Programmer With a Memory of a Fruit Fly
Hynek Schlawack about the benefits of an offline documentation browser and how to make it great.
OAuth2 explained with cute shapes
If OAuth2 confuses you, Klemen Sever has an explanation using illustrations.
Adam Langley wrote a guide to integrate passkeys into your website.
Want cleaner code? Use the rule of six
David Amos about principles for cleaner code.
Cutting Room Floor
Apple’s Killing the Password. Here’s Everything You Need to Know
Matt Burgess explains how Apple passkeys works and why it's better than passwords.
'An Army of Zombies Is Leading Us to Hell': A Russian Who Fled Putin's Draft Speaks Out
Anna Nemtsova interviews a Moscow IT professional which left (like many others)
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