This week has been about the Janet language, the bicycle movement, a tool for analysing security risks, a typesetting system, and a talk on data-oriented design.
An embeddable functional and imperative programming language in less than 1MB. From the same author of Fennel.
# Janet for Mortals
An online book on Janet. It covers a large set of topics including metaprogramming, concurrency and embedding.
A new markup-based typesetting system designed to be as powerful as LaTeX.
An interactive article explaining the principles behind the movement and integrity of a bicycle.
# Practical DOD (video)
A talk by the creator of Zig on data-oriented design and its benefits reducing memory footprint.