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.
This week has been about cuboids in CSS, machine learning version control, server-sent and web spatial mapping.
This week has been about Deno, SQLite in Rust, GraphQL, JSON alternatives, NFTs and a comment system.
This week has been about MS-DOS games, a data constraint language, a functional puzzle game, WebAssembly memory management and CSS transitions.
This week has been about web browsers, neovim, dependency confusion, ssh tunnels and unthinking intelligence.
This week has been about asdf, text-based games, Turing incomplete languages, Disqus bad practices and software licensing.
This week has been about StrictMark, bacon-sci, semantic web research, JerryScript and a collection of static site generators.
This week has been about category theory, exploring HTML from the command-line, a SQL linter, visual programming and the meaning of open source.
This week has been about colours, NLP, design patterns in Rust, taking notes and SQLite encryption.
This week has been about preql, sqlite, web component styling, apache arrow and hexagonal grids.
This week has been about point-free programming, hjson, a new terminal multiplexer and open data licenses.
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This week has been about Entity Resolution techniques, a game using Bevy, information visualisation and leaking models.
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