https://www.mcmillen.dev/sigbovik/ · TLDR: read the paper and view the gallery of pretty Perl programs. In this paper, we aim to answer a long-standing open problem in the programming languages community: is it possible to smear paint on the wall without creating valid Perl?
https://duckdb.org/2021/10/29/duckdb-wasm.html · TLDR: DuckDB-Wasm is an in-process analytical SQL database for the browser. It is powered by WebAssembly, speaks Arrow fluently, reads Parquet, CSV and JSON files backed by Filesystem APIs or HTTP requests and has been tested with Chrome, Firefox, Safari and Node.js. You can try it in your browser at shell.duckdb.org or on Observable.
https://openwebdocs.org/content/posts/markdown-conversion/ · Open Web Docs supports web platform documentation for the benefit of web developers & designers worldwide. We are a community of web developers, standards makers, and technology companies that rely on this documentation as critical digital infrastructure, and we work cooperatively to ensure its long-term success and maintenance.
https://quuxplusone.github.io/blog/2022/02/02/look-what-they-need/ · Two convergent observations from my corner of the C++ world: 1. Multiple book authors pushing the idea that Scott Meyers’ original phrase “universal reference” (for T&&) is actually preferable to the now-Standard term “forwarding reference.” 2. Multiple C++ learners (or perhaps intermediate-level C++ programmers having a senior moment) asking whether there’s an easy way to pass an rvalue expression to a function expecting a const lvalue reference.