- Putting Down Elm.
- Elixir 1.3’s mix xref working its magic in a real world example.
- On the largest available Droplet with 64GB of RAM and 20 CPU cores Phoenix was able to accept and maintain 2.3 million websocket connections. The limit was the amount of available memory, the arrival rate dropped after the server started swapping.
- Credo v0.4.0 released; finally create your own custom checks!
- Building an Elm client to an Elixir Phoenix-based chat application using the elm-phoenix-socket package.
- Dayron - A repository 'similar' to Ecto.Repo that maps to an underlying http client, sending requests to an external rest api instead of a database.
- Deploying Elixir applications with Edeliver.
- How Elm Slays a UI Antipattern.
- Lingerie is not Armor - Tropes vs Women in Video Games.
- Intro to grid, guides and snapping in Krita.
- How to use the Grid in Krita 3.
- Announcing error-chain, a library for consistent and reliable Rust error handling.
- Why Rust for Low-level Linux programming?
- Rust vs C/C++ Pitfalls.
- Why Britain banned mobile apps.
- SystemD news: It accepts the first valid answer. This could be an unsigned answer. This means a local attacker (eg wifi hotspot) has an advantage over the actual real DNS forwarders..
- Hell freezes over: FreeBSD now available in Azure Marketplace and Microsoft sends patches back.
- The 100:10:1 method: my approach to open source.
- More Bad English, Please.
- The Fucking Open Web.
- My time with Rails is up.
- Static Site Generators Part 2: Modern Static Site Generators.