This week has been about WebRTC, Electron security, WebAssembly at the edge, securing GraphQL and the bad parts of Julia.
This week has been about tech vs data, WebAssembly modules with wasmi, optimising a graph visualisation, Hypothesis annotation management, a distributed search engine and a bit of history on terminals and consoles.
This week has been about webhooks vs events, a collection of programming languages, password manager security, TOML validator, web type scales and personal knowledge graphs.
This week has been about taking notes with SQLite, a SQLite with branches, a CloudFlare Worker simulator, pnpm and a criticism to SQL.
This week has been about cybersecurity countermeasures, web colours, an alternative to HTTPie, an easy TeX/LaTeX, and in-process document store and CLAs in open source.
This week has been about poisoning machine learning models, transforming formats into SQLite, the Grain language, OpenLineage and Verkle trees.
This week has been about managing software dependencies, files as sets, metadata management, tab hoarding and dynamic types in Rust.
This week has been about FLoC privacy, matrix-based graphs, APL, Photopea and Lean.
This week has been about JupyterLba in the browser, distributed systems, interactive GPG management and QUIC.
This week has been about Node.js on the browser, an immutable database, hiding SPARQL behind GraphQL, anothe python package manager and a cli game.
This week has been about custom URL scheme security risk, a Python library for data analysis, monitoring and sensitive data detection, Electron security risks, Dataflow local notebooks, Flat Data and Wardley Maps.
This week has been about a programming language for the Law, a collection of colour palettes, a terminal workspace, static web with SQLite and a collection of hand-drawn illustrations.
This week has been about CSS custom properties, structuring technical documentation, API security, an embedded document database, data analysis with SQL and a datalog to SQL compiler.
This week has been about an API collection, M1 floating point calculations, interactive Git, more on FLoC, complexity in distributed systems and an event processing system.
This week has been about UI components, PostgreSQL as a graph, notebooks in Elixir, blocking Google tracking and a tool for managing your work.
This week has been about Google tracking, Rust macros, WebAssembly search engines, CSS Grids and Obsidian.
This week has been about GPU.js, the downsides of SQL, the politics in Machine Learning and Git workflows.
This week has been about Parquet, React grids, Datalog and calculations for latitude/longitude points.
This week has been about low-code in Node.js, Julia and Bayesian statistics, generative art with SVG and Prolog.
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