Issue 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.

# Tabby

A self-hosted AI coding assistant built. With Tabby, every team can set up its own LLM-powered code completion server with ease. Notice that by default it collects usage stats but it can be switched off.

# Endatabas

A SQL document database with immutable history written in Rust and Common Lisp.

# Newfound Mathematical ‘Einstein’ Shape Creates a Never-Repeating Pattern

An article on the discovery of tile shapes that can produce infinite patterns without repetition nor gaps.

# PGlite

A lightweight Postgres database built as WebAssembly, ready to be run in the browser, Node.js or Bun.