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.
A tool that brings mailing list style code reviews to Github PRs. This means offline reviews and inline comments.
A command-line interface tool for querying different databases and file formats using SQL through a unified interface.
An article reflecting on the arguments for and against using stored procedures for business logic.
An article introducing a SQLite extension written in Rust to reduce the database size maintaining the ability to query using SQL.
A tool that intercepts risky shell commands predefined by the user and prompts a small challenge to help prevent disasters you can't come back from.
An article on the use of WebAssembly for cryptographically-proven units of computation.
WebAssembly allows you to say, I’ve created a single application, and I can prove that that is exactly the application that’s running on all of these instances. Cryptographic proof. And that’s the big win.
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