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Issues from 2022

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2022-W46

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This week has been about better git revisions, creating videos with React, a procedural modelling application, JSON-based SQLite diffs, an Obsidian plugin for managing projects and a tool to track ML experiments.

2022-W45

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This week has been about a curated list of Rust libraries, REPL driven development, a Datalog database, a tool to transform HTML to SVG, an RSS reader and Neovim plugins in Lua.

2022-W44

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This week has been about CSS Color 4, the VS Code legal minefield, MDN in markdown, a typesetting system, enhanced reactive documents and the Unix time.

2022-W43

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This week has been about big data, a SQLite vulnerability, GIFs as code, Kubernetes in the desktop, a JavaScript bundler in Rust and readline shortcuts.

2022-W42

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This week has been about risks of managing time in UTC, a library enhancing HTML, a Rust library for GUIs, a trust-based networks game, a catalogue of data visualisations and a book library.

2022-W41

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This week has been about Python dependency management, an embedded language for SQL in Python, a microservice framework with WebAssembly, a Kafka alternative, a tool for identifying unknown strings and generics in Zig.

2022-W40

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This week has been about brute-force access to ZIP files, distributed SQLite solutions, Git garbage collection and neovim UI for messages.

2022-W39

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This week has been about a tool for rapid note management, a tool for shell history management, a streaming database for real-time applications, a hierarchical note taking application, trigonometry using turns instead of radians and a paper comparing state machine patterns.

2022-W38

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This week has been about patterns in Rust, a TypeScript schema validation library, JavaScript memory leaks, JSON visualisation, a modern regular expression language and the data-driven cargo cult.

2022-W37

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This week has been about a terminal email client, a document language, a distributed SQLite replicator, a graphics editor, QR codes and new functions in Google Sheets.

2022-W36

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This week has been about GitHistory, CSS performance in the shadow DOM, a static search library, the design of A4, the risks of WebAssembly and time based passwords.

2022-W35

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This week has been about an experimental embedded JavaScript interpreter, a Python linter, a versioned filesystem for SQLite, imperative vs declarative, async Rust in Tauri and the pros and cons of no-code.

2022-W34

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This week has been about the SQLite WAL format, a tool to search inside PDFs, graph visualisation with WebGL, an end-to-end database, best practices for webhooks and a Postgres playground.

2022-W33

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This week has been about a Notion alternative, the strengths of SQLite, Redis in depth, a Python-compatible programming language, metrics for managing software development and a platform for building applications out of WebAssembly code containers.

2022-W32

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This week has been about a SQLite extension for querying HTML, a SQLite extension for reading line-based files, a Neovim plugin for Treesitter navigation, Trusted Execution Environments based on WebAssembly, a Markdown viewer and an article on Meta privacy attacks.

2022-W31

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This week has been about logic inside databases, a unified interface for querying different databases and file formats, mailing list style PR code reviews, intercepting risky shell commands, a SQLite extension to reduce database size and WebAssembly in Confidential Computing.

2022-W30

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This week has been about JSON-LD framing, Adaptive Radix Trees in DuckDB, SQLite storage, stacked-diff workflows with GitHub, safe SVGs and Livebook Desktop.

2022-W29

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This week has been about small Pull Requests, the Carbon programming language, a light markup inspired in Commonmark, a terminal file explorer, a crate for Neovim API and SQLite virtual tables in Rust.

2022-W28

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This week has been about a no-code spreadsheet-y database, a distributed time series database, a tool to transform JSON to tabular relational formats, a tool to overlay a local environment with a cloud one, a service for browser devtool features and a DNS server with creative liberties.

2022-W27

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This week has been about abusing PDF XML Forms, a new JavaScript runtime in Zig, a paper on organising digital files, a Deno full stack web framework, a SQLite extension for Excel and a batteries-included backend.

2022-W26

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This week has been about how relational databases work, exploiting serverless computing at the edge, Git's new file system monitoring, an embeddable ebook reader application, a tool to find broken links in text sources and the erotics of infographics.

2022-W25

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This week has been about SVG filters, an embeddable scripting engine, better Neovim folds, Markdown-like timeline diagrams, race conditions in React.js and the Open Metaverse initiative.

2022-W24

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This week has been about Gemini, a game on SQL, writing a Lua virtual machine, a tool to run offline web applications, a tutorial on pixel art and a memo on better UUIDs.

2022-W23

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This week has been about a tag-based file system, the Starlark configuration language, a React.js hook-based state-management solution, a talk on the Block Protocol, a service for placeholder images and a paper on exploiting techniques using images.

2022-W22

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This week has been about 3D icons, testing colour combinations, Rust types, SVG grids, a JavaScript build tool and a React motion library.

2022-W21

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This week has been about diffs in neovim, a file manager in Tauri, memory leaks in Rust, open telemetry, web accessibility of CSS units and product teams' differences.

2022-W20

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This week has been about the Codenames boardgame, an ISO8601 comparison, the colour violet, SQLite extensions in Rust, Youtube's database and a book on Open Source.

2022-W19

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This week has been about Cloudflare's edge database, SQLite as a persistence layer, a UI agnostic drag and drop library, a vector similarity search engine, a markdown-based toolchain and an interactive in-browser notebook.

2022-W18

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This week has been about database identifiers, uncertainty in project management, a tool to run SQL on CSV, Python and WebAssembly, Datasette lite and CSS layers.

2022-W17

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This week has been about code interviews, an embedded key-value store, TypeScript state machines, TypeScript spreadsheets, WebAssembly and a command-line tool for search and analytics.

2022-W16

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This week has been about a TPC tunnel tool, a painting tool, OpenAI, HTML images, SQL query analysis and the Chromium architecture.

2022-W15

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This week has been about CI/CD security, Deno on edge static websites, procedural Chinese-like landscapes, a syntax-based diff tool, a technical publishing system and CSS layout modes.

2022-W14

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This week has been about Flow typing, CRDTs, Dagger and CUE, Monte Carlo forecasting, Clojure and using the relational model in UNIX-like pipes.

2022-W13

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This week has been about JSON in SQLite, SQLite with Litestream, a code editor written in Rust, a typed dialect of Lua, RDF shape trees and distributed knowledge APIs.

2022-W12

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This week has been about robust Bash scripts, a meta configuration language, quirks of React.js hooks, a language to create music, a rules engine in Clojure and a tool to learn about passwords.

2022-W11

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This week has been about Deno, a Rust code size profiler, a code editor written in Rust, an essay on digital economy, the C ABI and guidelines on threat modelling.

2022-W10

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This week has been about a diff tool for API specifications, a Lua code formatter, playing with undocumented APIs, a tool to visualise SHA256, how TLS works and a tool to inspect IEEE 754 floating point numbers.

2022-W09

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This week has been about a WebAssembly-based fantasy console, data-centric applications, switching to Neovim and Lua, the data-mesh architecture, the relational model for building UIs and a series of exercises to learn Rust.

2022-W08

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This week has been about the SQL DIFF operator, Nix flakes, JupyterLab spreadsheets, browser privacy tests, graph-based ASTs, a reflection on Markdown.

2022-W07

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This week has been about a React-like library in Rust, WebSockets vs Server-Sent Events, a language inspired by AWK, a language to compile down to regular expressions, the Alpha-Omega project and GraphQL authorisation patterns.

2022-W06

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This week has been about a service for arXiv content in HTML5, WebAssembly in Kubernetes, SQL fundamentals, challenges with highly distributed data, W3C WebTransport and information theory applied to Wordle.

2022-W05

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This week has been about a block protocol specification, the fair-clause model, an event sourcing framework, Gitless git, tree-sitter linting and a visual novel engine.

2022-W04

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This week has been about the gif format, desktop applications with Tauri, a pipeline-based query language, a WHATWG-compliant HTML5 tokeniser, a collection of SVG icons and the rules of changing the rules in blockchain.

2022-W03

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This week has been about GraphQL with JSON-LD, a new data serialisation framework, time coordination between Earth and Mars, analysing hand writing, dual licences in open source and a three-dimensional geometry processing.

2022-W02

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This week has been about a knowledge graph querying library, a retro game engine, a text-based requirements management tool, defensive CSS, a minimalist graphical editor and a take on web3.

2022-W01

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This week has been about the north star framework, organisational structure and technical debt, a low-code framework, Prince of Persia in the browser, a word guessing game and a low-level fantasy game console in WebAssembly.

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