#Hotchpotch of releases!
- Credo 0.4.5 released.
- Ecto 2.0 released.
- Elixir 1.3 released (see also the CHANGELOG.
- Erlang/OTP 19.0 has been released.
- Phoenix 1.2 released! - also see the official mailing list.
- Tail Call Optimization in Elixir & Erlang – not as efficient and important as you probably think.
- How to use the Guides in Krita 3.
- Overview of snapping in Krita 3.
- CTRL-Paint published videos with a specific focus on something gamedev-ish. The series is call CDC or 'character design challenge' and you should definitely check it out! Matt gets your pictures and chooses some of them to talk about things like storytelling, posses and stuff.
- How to make a comic strip layout in Krita 3 - part 1.
- Why are so many devs employing a retro low-poly mid-1990s aesthetic?
- Creating 2D Special FX in Inkscape - part1.
- Layers in Krita 3: Overview of the new features.
- BSDCan 2016 Presentations Online.
- Intel x86s hide another CPU that can take over your machine (you can't audit it).
- The Checked C research project is investigating how to extend the C programming language so that programmers can write more secure and reliable C programs. The project is developing an extension to C called Checked C that adds checking to C to detect or prevent common programming errors such as buffer overruns, out-of-bounds memory accesses, and incorrect type casts. The extension is designed to be used for existing system software written in C.. The source is hosted on GitHub (no surprises here!).
- How to use LetsKencrypt (a hardened version of the Let's Encrypt client written in C) to secure your web site.
- the most alienating thing that ever happened to me, as a female engineer.
- A ZFS developer’s analysis of the good and bad in Apple’s new APFS file system.
- 10 principles I try and follow in my day to day work based on 10 years of coding experience.
- Arcade Map.
- The state of LibreSSL in FreeBSD.