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.
# The threat modeling manifesto
A set of high-level guidelines for applying the threat modelling methodology.
A tool to analyse what parts of a Rust executable take most of the space. Also worth having a look at Twiggy for a similar tool targeting WebAssembly.
A code editor written in Rust with an optional modal user interface (a-la Vim), tree-sitter syntax highlighting and a WASI-based plugin system.
# What if the most important idea in economics no longer works?
An essay on whether the Adam Smith's idea of how economy works can be applied in a digital world where the consumer is harmed by the product.
# Deno by example
A collection of examples for how to use Deno.
# To Save C, We Must Save ABI
An article on the C Application Binary Interface, its assumptions and quirks.