This is the first issue of the Seachess bulletin, where I share the things that caught my attention this week.
BLAKE3 is a new hashing algorithm substantially faster than BLAKE2 and SHA3. Also very interesting the way they use Merkle trees to allow incremental validation. See the bao project for an application of it.
Well articulated analysis on local first software, benefits and challenges.
Curated music collection intended for prolonged intense concentration periods.
A bit old (2016) article about why the "Riskiest Assumptions Test" is a better tool for managing uncertainty in a project than the popular "Minimum Viable Product".
Research tool from Mozilla exploring the use of WebAssembly to bring mature data analysis tools such as Pandas to the browser.