Turborepo also has a well considered rationale about why they want to move to Rust. Go still has a relatively strong position on the server, but it’s weird design choices are ill-suited for client side tooling and file system work.
Ink & Switch is doing amazing work leveraging technology like CRDTs to create novel highly-interactive multiplayer interfaces. Here’s their work on Upswelling which is a git-like take on writing and editing.
After having programmed Go for a bit professionally, my experiences in switching to Rust for the backend have been very similar to what’s described here by @email@example.com.
Mensen die dit soort haatcampagnes de wereld in slingeren moeten strafbaar gesteld worden. De minste straf voor de aanjagers van dit soort haat zou een (social) media black-holing kunnen zijn; voor de komende zoveel jaar geen vertoon in media toegestaan.
What’s interesting about this write-up by Ferrous Systems of creating a real life visual demo with embedded #Rust is that the technology looks increasingly accessible.
A nice deep dive on algorithm design to speed up bracket pair colorization—one of the nicer innovations in code editing recently—in Visual Studio Code.
A nice deep dive into the lowest levels of #Rust programming just to be able to target the web browser (!). I’d like to use #wasm as soon as I have a good reason and project to do so.
“Meta is building the future of human connection.”
Does acquiring Instagram and WhatsApp qualify as building? Pretty much all feature development in Instagram has been photo copier work which feels like building the past instead of the future.
After the hysteria a bunch of VCs whipped up over the weekend around the SVB collapse, questioning whether they actually do what they claim is more than justified.
A brief English overview of the dizi Alev Alev which truly was very good and focused on empowering women. I still want to make a supercut at some point of all of Ömer and Ozan’s interactions.