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    How much does Rust's bounds checking actually cost?

    Recently, a pair of critical vulnerabilities were reported in the OpenSSL project. Surprising absolutely nobody, the...

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    Techniques for Setting up Peripherals via DMA and PIO

    Published at November 30, 2022 – 14 min read – 2860 wordsIn Part 5 of our...

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    Is Moore’s Law Really Dead?

    The essay’s strength lies in its bold, bullish copulative sentences that use “is” like an equal...

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    How we reduce our Streaming cost by 90% using Benthos

    Plarium, a gaming company, describes how they migrated from a legacy Apache Flume data pipeline to...

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    Active Knowledge in Software Development | Globant Blog

    At its core, software development is a knowledge generation process. What happens when we think about...

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    GitHub - cnlohr/mini-rv32ima: A tiny C header-only risc-v emulator.

    Really cool video explaining the project: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YT5vB3UqU_E Comments

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    Sketchy Pencil Effect with Three.js Post-Processing | Codrops

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    Undefined behavior can result in time travel (among other things, but time travel is the funkiest)

    Raymond Chen The C and C++ languages are notorious for the very large section of the...

  • TOFU and the Web | UNMITIGATED RISK

    I’ll start by saying this post is just a collection of personal thoughts and not a...

  • What are you doing this week? | Lobsters

    What are you doing this week? Feel free to share! Keep in mind it’s OK to...

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    Refurb weekend: Sega Dreamcast

    Remember when consoles weren't glorified PCs? The 1999 Sega Dreamcast remembers. Sega's final console and introduced...

  • Rust to assembly: Arrays, Tuples, Box, and Option handling

    We have already seen how Rust handles enums under the hood. We also looked at the...

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    A bug fix in the 8086 microprocessor, revealed in the die's silicon

    The 8086 microprocessor was a groundbreaking processor introduced by Intel in 1978. It led to the...

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    Michael Nielsen (Postdoc '98-'00), Quantum Physicist, Author, and Open Science Advocate

    DAVID ZIERLER: This is David Zierler, Director of the Caltech Heritage Project. It is Tuesday, October...