82 / Programming is a Pop Culture
Toot of the Week
him: will you at least act normal when my folks get here— @firstname.lastname@example.org
me: flipping a pancake and reading it like a tarot card bad news
Programming is a Pop Culture
Baldur Bjarnason explains why programming has trends, just like the fashion industry.
Holding two opposing ideas in my mind
Alfred Lua about the necessity to endure the cognitive dissonance of two conflicting ideas.
Little Languages Are The Future Of Programming
chreke about the advantages of "little languages".
What is a Capability?
Dan Gohman explains WASM capabilities.
Flux: Refinement Types for Rust
Ranjit Jhala introduces a new Rust library that adds refinements (e.g. pre-conditions or post-conditions).
CVE-2022-41924 - RCE in Tailscale, DNS Rebinding, and You
Emily Trau used 7 issues in Tailscale to get access to a node (all of them are fixed, but you should update your Windows client).
Always use [closed, open) intervals
Fernando about the dangers of [closed, closed] intervals and why you should always use [closed, open).
An Interactive Guide to Flexbox
Josh Comeau has built a great interactive guide to CSS Flexbox.
Dialogs, modality and popovers seem similar. How are they different?
Hidde de Vries about modality on a website, inert state and the new popover element.
Cutting Room Floor
Bastian Allgeier about online personas and negativity on Twitter, err the Birdsite.
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