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This week some news in the WebAssembly space, a bit of software architecture, digging out the metacrap, productive porn and abusing gzip for fun.
An article about the Internet Computer project and how Motoko was designed to support it using WebAssembly.
An article presenting a runtime written in Rust that works in an actor-based model similar to Erlang with the difference of each actor being a WebAssembly instance with its own dedicated permissions.
A book on the different aspects of technical architecture (business, data, software, etc).
A classic on the topic of metadata and its usefulness.
An article highlighting a couple of signs that are more about procrastination than productivity.
You might also enjoy Planning fallacy from the same author.
An article about how to use the gzip concatenation feature to achieve random access.
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