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  1. Knurling-rs changelog #7

    ferrous-systems.com

  2. Day 9: Generating a lot of nonsense with an RNN

    jvns.ca

  3. This message cannot be pasted into the Signal app

    rachelbythebay.com

  4. Through a Lot

    www.poorlydrawnlines.com

  5. Day 8: Start with something that works

    jvns.ca

  6. Blair Witch

    xkcd.com

  7. Feedback: UIs, Mac pains, hardware, teaching and octal

    rachelbythebay.com

  8. Self-references in a content-addressed Nix

    tweag.io

  9. City Monster: A Graphic Novel

    www.poorlydrawnlines.com

  10. Day 5: drawing lots of faces with sketch-rnn

    jvns.ca

  11. Project: Recreating ShArc

    keepdevelopingprojects.wordpress.com

  12. Ten Years

    xkcd.com

  13. Tailscale v1.2 is here

    tailscale.com

  14. How do you write simple explanations without sounding condescending?

    jvns.ca

  15. Everything Changes

    www.poorlydrawnlines.com

  16. Final Exam

    xkcd.com

  17. Knurling-rs changelog #6

    ferrous-systems.com

  18. Day 3: an infinitely tall fridge

    jvns.ca

  19. Set in the Present

    xkcd.com

  20. Pure destination-passing style in Linear Haskell

    tweag.io

  21. Day 2: Rails associations & dragging divs around

    jvns.ca

  22. The next milestone for Tailscale

    tailscale.com

  23. No Free Time

    www.poorlydrawnlines.com

  24. Day 1: a confusing Rails error message

    jvns.ca

  25. A new way I'm getting feedback on my zines: beta readers!

    jvns.ca

  26. Busy Day

    www.poorlydrawnlines.com

  27. I'm doing another Recurse Center batch!

    jvns.ca

  28. Knurling-rs changelog #5

    ferrous-systems.com

  29. Using all-Apple Thunderbolt hardware to kill my MacBook

    rachelbythebay.com

  30. TinyPilot: Month 4

    mtlynch.io

  31. Time is Moving

    www.poorlydrawnlines.com

  32. Knurling-rs changelog #4

    ferrous-systems.com

  33. Hard Truths

    www.poorlydrawnlines.com

  34. A few things I've learned about email marketing

    jvns.ca

  35. Introduction to Markov chain Monte Carlo (MCMC) Sampling, Part 4: Replica Exchange

    tweag.io

  36. For Complex Applications, Rust is as Productive as Kotlin

    ferrous-systems.com

  37. Sharp tools for emergencies and the --clowntown flag

    rachelbythebay.com

  38. Type in the exact number of machines to proceed

    rachelbythebay.com

  39. Project: EOGee – Improving Drift via Reduced Bias Current

    keepdevelopingprojects.wordpress.com

  40. Knurling-rs changelog #3

    ferrous-systems.com

  41. Nickel: better configuration for less

    tweag.io

  42. Violating monotonic time expectations on Mojave

    rachelbythebay.com

  43. About Me

    www.poorlydrawnlines.com

  44. What’s Happening

    www.poorlydrawnlines.com

  45. Getting Big Things Done

    brooker.co.za

  46. Feedback: TCP lag, Mac crashes, site code, and octal dates

    rachelbythebay.com

  47. Apple really sucks at Thunderbolt 3, apparently

    rachelbythebay.com

  48. 40 milliseconds of latency that just would not go away

    rachelbythebay.com

  49. Swap, swap, swap, and bad places to work

    rachelbythebay.com

  50. #08 - NixOS Weekly

    weekly.nixos.org

  51. Edge computing with servant on Cloudflare

    tweag.io

  52. Listen to Me

    www.poorlydrawnlines.com

  53. Making GHCIDE smarter and faster: a fellowship summary

    tweag.io

  54. TinyPilot: Month 3

    mtlynch.io

  55. Building a Homelab VM Server (2020 Edition)

    mtlynch.io

  56. October Tailscale newsletter

    tailscale.com

  57. Dancing Links In Rust

    ferrous-systems.com

  58. Consensus is Harder Than It Looks

    brooker.co.za

  59. Fully statically linked Haskell binaries with Bazel

    tweag.io

  60. How to make video calls almost as good as face-to-face

    www.benkuhn.net

  61. Knurling-rs changelog #2

    ferrous-systems.com

  62. Announcing Lagoon

    tweag.io

  63. Learning Rust: OMG WTF RS – resources to help you get started with Rust

    ferrous-systems.com

  64. Knurling-rs changelog #1

    ferrous-systems.com

  65. Implicit Dependencies in Build Systems

    tweag.io

  66. The Log Blog

    tailscale.com

  67. Towards a content-addressed model for Nix

    tweag.io

  68. Reducing STM32 SPI HAL Latency

    keepdevelopingprojects.wordpress.com

  69. TinyPilot: Month 2

    mtlynch.io

  70. Focus on the Good Parts

    brooker.co.za

  71. Mini Project: Monoprice 3D Printer Modification for Flexible Filament

    keepdevelopingprojects.wordpress.com

  72. August Tailscale newsletter

    tailscale.com

  73. How NAT traversal works

    tailscale.com

  74. How I Collected a Debt from an Unscrupulous Merchant

    mtlynch.io

  75. Surprising Economics of Load-Balanced Systems

    brooker.co.za

  76. TinyPilot: Month 1

    mtlynch.io

  77. #07 - NixOS Weekly

    weekly.nixos.org

  78. Tools for keeping focused

    www.benkuhn.net

  79. Tailscale for Android is Here

    tailscale.com

  80. Attention is your scarcest resource

    www.benkuhn.net

  81. A Story About a Fish

    brooker.co.za

  82. TinyPilot: Build a KVM Over IP for Under $100

    mtlynch.io

  83. Be impatient

    www.benkuhn.net

  84. Tailscale v0.100

    tailscale.com

  85. Essays on programming I think about a lot

    www.benkuhn.net

  86. Async Interview #8: Stjepan Glavina

    smallcultfollowing.com

  87. IPv4, IPv6, and a sudden change in attitude

    tailscale.com

  88. What should we do about network-effect monopolies?

    www.benkuhn.net

  89. Is It Keto: Month 13

    mtlynch.io

  90. #06 - NixOS Weekly

    weekly.nixos.org

  91. Code Only Says What it Does

    brooker.co.za

  92. My weekly review habit

    www.benkuhn.net

  93. June Tailscale newsletter

    tailscale.com

  94. Key Mime Pi: Turn Your Raspberry Pi into a Remote Keyboard

    mtlynch.io

  95. DIY server-only analytics with almost no code

    www.benkuhn.net

  96. Some Virtualization Papers Worth Reading

    brooker.co.za

  97. Wireless is a trap

    www.benkuhn.net

  98. Project EOGee: EOGlass1

    keepdevelopingprojects.wordpress.com

  99. Is It Keto: Month 12

    mtlynch.io

  100. #05 - NixOS Weekly

    weekly.nixos.org

  101. My Eight-Year Quest to Digitize 45 Videotapes (Part Two)

    mtlynch.io

  102. My Eight-Year Quest to Digitize 45 Videotapes (Part One)

    mtlynch.io

  103. Project EOGee: EOGee2 and Noise, Part 2

    keepdevelopingprojects.wordpress.com

  104. Reading Research: A Guide for Software Engineers

    brooker.co.za

  105. Learning to build conviction

    www.benkuhn.net

  106. Is It Keto: Month 11

    mtlynch.io

  107. Async interviews: my take thus far

    smallcultfollowing.com

  108. Update: Stripe's Response Regarding User Tracking

    mtlynch.io

  109. #04 - NixOS Weekly

    weekly.nixos.org

  110. Project EOGee: EOGee2 and DC Coupling, Part 3

    keepdevelopingprojects.wordpress.com

  111. Stripe is Silently Recording Your Movements On its Customers' Websites

    mtlynch.io

  112. Project: EOGee – Noise, Part 1

    keepdevelopingprojects.wordpress.com

  113. Library-ification and analyzing Rust

    smallcultfollowing.com

  114. Project: EOGee – DC Coupling Part 2

    keepdevelopingprojects.wordpress.com

  115. An Unexpected Reset Month

    mtlynch.io

  116. Project: EOGee – Shielded Cables

    keepdevelopingprojects.wordpress.com

  117. `zig cc`: a Powerful Drop-In Replacement for GCC/Clang

    andrewkelley.me

  118. Two Years With Rust

    brooker.co.za

  119. #03 - NixOS Weekly

    weekly.nixos.org

  120. Async Interview #7: Withoutboats

    smallcultfollowing.com

  121. WanderJest: Month 2

    mtlynch.io

  122. Firecracker: Lightweight Virtualization for Serverless Applications

    brooker.co.za

  123. Async Interview #6: Eliza Weisman

    smallcultfollowing.com

  124. #02 - NixOS Weekly

    weekly.nixos.org

  125. WanderJest: Month 1

    mtlynch.io

  126. My Second Year as a Solo Developer

    mtlynch.io

  127. Async Interview #5: Steven Fackler

    smallcultfollowing.com

  128. Async Interview #4: Florian Gilcher

    smallcultfollowing.com

  129. #01 - NixOS Weekly

    weekly.nixos.org

  130. Towards a Rust foundation

    smallcultfollowing.com

  131. Async Interview #3: Carl Lerche

    smallcultfollowing.com

  132. A Simple Pre-Rendered Web App Using Vue + Nuxt

    mtlynch.io

  133. Async Interview #2: cramertj, part 3

    smallcultfollowing.com

  134. #14 - Hercules CI launch, performance improvements in nixpkgs, single dependency kubernetes clusters

    weekly.nixos.org

  135. #13 - NixOS 19.09 release, cache.nixos.org improvements, github actions for Nix, a number of talks

    weekly.nixos.org

  136. Why I'm donating $150/month (10% of my income) to the musl libc project

    andrewkelley.me

  137. Using Zig to Provide Stack Traces on Kernel Panic for a Bare Bones Operating System

    andrewkelley.me

  138. String Matching based on Compile Time Perfect Hashing in Zig

    andrewkelley.me

  139. I Quit My Cushy Job at OkCupid to Live on Donations to Zig

    andrewkelley.me

  140. Zig: January 2018 in Review

    andrewkelley.me

  141. Unsafe Zig is Safer Than Unsafe Rust

    andrewkelley.me

  142. Zig: December 2017 in Review

    andrewkelley.me

  143. A Better Way to Implement Bit Fields

    andrewkelley.me

  144. Zig: Already More Knowable Than C

    andrewkelley.me