Issues from 2024

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2024-W25

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This week has been about the impact of interface design on LLMs, fault tolerant framework for Rust, py2wasm for compiling Python to WebAssembly and UUIDv7 in 24 languages.

2024-W24

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This week has been about affordable technical architecture, LLM teams for zero-day vulnerability exploitation, a tool for forced browsing and Cloudflare Workers with WebAssembly.

2024-W23

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This week has been about granular access controls, a DSL for math functions, Bevy with Ratatui and downsides of natural keys.

2024-W22

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This week has been about dragons, GraphQL, a CLI for interacting with CSV and MicroSoft Copilot+ Recall security.

2024-W21

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This week has been about queueing strategies, binary processing in Rust, business rules and a web-based CAD application.

2024-W20

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This week has been about a file format for web animations, double-entry accounting, a UI accessibility library and a programming language for the GPU.

2024-W19

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This week has been about an embeddings database, an interactive curl, plugins in WebAssembly and a Redis-compatible store on top of SQLite.

2024-W18

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This week has been about 2D games in Rust, SQL windowing, an interactive cli for HTTP APIs and a Vite compatible alternative.

2024-W17

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This week has been about cleaning AWS resources, CSS color-scheme, Bevy and ECS and problems with game development in Rust.

2024-W16

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This week has been about a query engine for data processing, threads and async in Rust, an interactive tool for AWS S3 and a framework for career moves.

2024-W15

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This week has been about an interactive jq editor, a tool to manipulate text based on tree-sitter, a portable package manager and a Terraform fork with an open licence.

2024-W14

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This week has been about SQL and relational algebra, array languages and spreadsheets, a study on retry methods and a paper on impact of working from home.

2024-W13

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This week has been about a query language for source code, an in-memory data store compatible with Redis, a tool to inspect CSV and Redis controversial licence change.

2024-W12

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This week has been about RSS in the terminal, Statistical Process Control, CSS button styles and an edge case for Python regular expressions.

2024-W11

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This week has been about optimising chess data, the Citation Style Language, Rust Flashcards and the Biscuit authorisation token.

2024-W10

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This week has been about zero-copy deserialisation, columnar SQLite, a lightweight WebAssembly runtime and more Git tips and tricks.

2024-W09

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This week has been about a self-hosted AI coding assistant, a SQL document database, einstein shapes and a lightweight Postgres in WebAssembly.

2024-W08

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This week has been about the DevEx framework, a drop-in replacement for pip and a native JavaScript WebAssembly toolchain.

2024-W07

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This week has been about cleaning Rust dependencies, a shell with structured data, the new JSR registry and a static site generator for dashboards.

2024-W06

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This week has been about inclusive design, GitHub Copilot and code quality, implicit XML and a Python interpreter in Rust.

2024-W05

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This week has been about a Unix-like kernel in Rust, an EPUB reader in WebAssembly, a collection of interactive tutorials and a flexible configuration language.

2024-W04

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This week has been about HTMX and Web Components, the i sound in English, portable EPUBs and the Zed editor.

2024-W03

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This week has been about Python JIT, a CLI for backups, an essay on the Theory of Building and a paper proposing decoupling physical and logical boundaries in microservices.

2024-W02

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This week has been about the everything npm package, sourcecode visualisations, OCR in Rust and WebAssembly as a boundary abstraction.

2024-W01

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This week has been about AWS Lambdas in Rust, the EU regulation to weaken encryption, Unicode and the Declaration of Human Rights and a terminal for the web.