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a fun thing to do when someone corrects you is to say "ugh; you're such a pendant"

then watch as they struggle and ultimately fail to resist the urge to say "I think you meant pedant?" then you say "SEE WHAT I MEAN"

"Microsoft plans to explore using the Rust programming language as an alternative to C, C++, and others, as a way to improve the security posture of its and everyone else's apps."

zdnet.com/article/microsoft-to

"take me down to concurrency city where green pretty is grass the girls the and are"

-- a programmer

It’s not that you have 10x programmers; it’s that you have 0.1x work environments and/or teams.

A Secure Runtime for JavaScript and TypeScript Built with V8, Rust, and Tokio
deno.land/

(submitted by GutenYe)

en_DK is truly the greatest locale out there.

Show HN: Ferrum.js – Rust features in js: Traits & advanced iteration
github.com/adobe/ferrum

(submitted by sevenoftwelve)

The road to hell is paved for legacy reasons

I just wanna put it out there that the word for “being polite on mastodon” should be fediquette

"Free world building idea: Wizards have the same trust in magic that software designers have in software, which is to say, almost none at all."

5. Code reviews are for architecture, not style

Do not complain about a misplaced semi-colon or a "missing space before parenthesis" in a code review. That's not the forum for this -- unless you found an architectural problem, then you can point both.

I'd like to announce the first release of cacache for Rust! crates.io/crates/cacache

cacache is an implementation of a content-addressable disk cache. It's fast, secure, concurrency-safe, and is also the cache for npm! The Rust version is fully compatible with the original!

toot.berlin is back up and I have @jan to thank for it

Ironically, almost the same thing happened the time before that: a train got canceled, the alternative train was overflowing and we spent the time standing. At least we could stand in first class, and given that the replacement train wasn't a high-speed train we got to spend much more time than we planned to.

Ironically, almost the same thing happened the time before that: a train got canceled, the alternative train was overflowing and we spent the time standing. At least we could stand in first class, and given that the replacement train wasn't a high-speed train we got to spend much more time than we planned to.

Last time we tried this, our train got cancelled (and our reservations, too), so we had to spend the time squeezed into an overflowing cabin, standing and hoping we don't get thrown out because there have been too many people on the train.