We’ve been hard at work on the next version of Sublime Text. Here’s a little preview while we add the finishing touches: https://vimeo.com/529550701
I wrote up an account of http://istheshipstillstuck.com.
If you've ever been curious about what it's like running a viral site (and even if not), I think you'll enjoy it: https://notfunatparties.substack.com/p/inside-a-viral-website?r=2lo2i&utm_campaign=post&utm_medium=web&utm_source=copy
Cherry-picking is now available in GitHub Desktop 2.7! Easily copy commits from one branch to another via drag and drop. https://github.blog/2021-03-30-github-desktop-now-supports-cherry-picking
Excellent notes by @email@example.com about some relatively common gotchas in the Go network packages. I kept running into some of these as well (and pretty much use the same suggestions) and kept using my older projects for reference.
This is a great profile by @firstname.lastname@example.org of our (@email@example.com) own Manu Srivastava. Great insights into the mind of an excellent engineer working on our cloud offering!
Interesting tool of the week: https://buddy.works/ by @firstname.lastname@example.org. We like: fast execution of steps due to caching. Can retry builds from specific steps and live-debug in a terminal which makes setting up pipelines easier
Latest blog post: "Developer tools can be magic. Instead, they collect dust."
(Currently #2 on HN, #1 on lobst.ers )
Okay, I managed to encode my avatar with terminal escape sequences and unicode block characters and put it in the author email field.
git clone https://gist.github.com/ryancdotorg/a256c3cdbb45caaf7e203baf4f9d7e56 /tmp/a256c3c
git --no-pager log -s --format="%ae"
New beta release: https://svelte.dev/blog/sveltekit-beta - a framework for building apps with SvelteJS. by @email@example.com
Rendering large-scale logs in a web UI is challenging. Here’s how we implemented our own logs virtualization library to create a better experience for GitHub Actions.
Whether you are a developer, data analyst, QA engineer, DevOps person, or product manager - SQLite is a perfect fit for you. Here is why: https://antonz.org/sqlite-is-not-a-toy-database/
Interesting tool of the week: https://wayscript.com/ by @WayScriptHQ@twitter.com - Rapid API scripting platform. We like: Quickly create step function APIs from lots of pre-built integrations. Write real Python, JS, Java, shell script, GraphQL, HTML, and SQL (including using dependencies)
New attacks on OAuth: SSRF by design and Session Poisoning by @firstname.lastname@example.org https://portswigger.net/research/hidden-oauth-attack-vectors
🛸🌎 Much like its cult classic namesake, the Plan 9 OS code is taking off to parts unknown & being made public courtesy of the new @email@example.com!
New beta: https://spring.io/blog/2021/03/11/announcing-spring-native-beta by @firstname.lastname@example.org - Support for compiling Java Spring applications to native executables
Wayland on FreeBSD: fine if you like tiling window managers, but KDE Plasma goes "nope" (unlike on Linux).
Here's a little Mac app I built a while back to track down CPU hogs. Unlike Activity Monitor, it starts instantly and shows you historical CPU usage for each process. 📈
Interesting beta release: https://nodes.io by @email@example.com - IDE for visual programming (3D, web, geometry, data)
Interesting tool of the week: https://github.com/chriswalz/bit by @firstname.lastname@example.org We like: Autocomplete and flag suggestions. Commands such as release or sync combine several commands in one to speed up common tasks
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