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Quote of the Week 

"The best error message is the one that never shows up." - Thomas Fuchs


News

LLVM Enjoyed Record Growth In 2021, Many Exciting Compiler Advancements
The LLVM compiler stack saw record growth in 2021 both with the most amount of new code introduced in any single year as well as the most contributors per year this open-source project has ever seen. Even aside from the development metrics, LLVM had a pretty rocking 2021.

Cleaning up the Linux kernel's 'Dependency Hell'
Cleaning off decades of code mess isn't for the faint of heart, but leading Linux kernel developer Ingo Molnar is giving it the old college try in the open-source Linux kernel.

Google Chrome 97 introduces controversial keyboard API
The new version of Google Chrome launches with a controversial Keyboard MAP API. 


Reading List

How To Develop a Cryptocurrency – The Complete Guide (2022)
In this tutorial, you’re going to understand how to develop a cryptocurrency using Solidity and the ERC20 Token standard (Ethereum request of comment) maintained by OpenZeppelin.

Containers 101: attach vs. exec - what's the difference?
Understanding the difference between attach, logs, run, and exec commands through learning the container management internals.

Analyzing Seated's restaurants by reversing their API
Seated is an app that offers a certain (sizable) percentage off your bill for certain restaurants in your area. This post shows you how to grab all their restaurants and visualize the stats on them.

Text Aesthetics: Command Line UI/UX
Beautifying and modernizing your command line experience. A tour of emulators, text options, and prompt styling.

Fixing the Unfixable: Story of a Google Cloud SSRF

How a Single Line of Code Made a 24-core Server Slower Than a Laptop

Why might you run your own DNS server?

My Setup for Self-Hosting Dozens of Web Applications + Services on a Single Server

Fixing stutters in Papers Please on Linux


Watch and Listen

Building an Operating System from Scratch with LLVM
Fuchsia was developed using the Clang/LLVM C/C++ toolchain. In this talk, we describe our experience of building a new operating system from scratch using LLVM tools and runtimes, the benefits we gained from using LLVM and some of the challenges we encountered in the process.

Golang Tutorial for Beginners
You will learn everything you need to get started with Go and start using it in your projects. We're going to write a very simple CLI application to learn the basics of Go. So instead of learning the concepts and syntax of Go with isolated examples, you will learn them while building an actual application throughout the tutorial.


Interesting Projects, Tools and Libraries

voiceliner
The fastest way to capture and structure your thoughts: through voice.

Dura
Dura is a background process that watches your Git repositories and commits your uncommitted changes without impacting HEAD, the current branch, or the Git index (staged files).

mizu
API traffic viewer for Kubernetes enabling you to view all API communication between microservices. Think TCPDump and Wireshark re-invented for Kubernetes.

Cubecubed
Play eye-catching math visualization on the web using SVG.

osmedeus
A Workflow Engine for Offensive Security.

Emfy
A dark and sleek Emacs setup for general purpose editing and programming.

ntfy
Send push notifications to your phone or desktop via PUT/POST.

exa 
A modern replacement for ls.

SeaTunnel
SeaTunnel is a distributed, high-performance data integration platform for the synchronization and transformation of massive data (offline & real-time). 

portmaster
Portmaster is a free and open-source application that puts you back in charge over all your computer's network connections.
 
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