https://tilman.dev/blog/2018/09/understanding-cvaes · A guide to Conditional Variational Auto-Encoders.
https://blog.polybdenum.com/2021/08/09/when-zero-cost-abstractions-aren-t-zero-cost.html · Rust is built around the concept of “zero cost abstraction”. The idea is that you can write human-friendly high level code and the compiler will give you for free performance at least as good as any optimized low level code you could have written yourself. With zero cost abstraction, you no longer have to trade off between maintainability and performance.
https://www.quirksmode.org/blog/archives/2021/08/breaking_the_we.html · Safari is holding back the web. It is the new IE, after all. In contrast, Chrome is pushing the web forward so hard that it’s starting to break. Meanwhile web developers do nothing except moan and complain. The only thing...
https://blog.darklang.com/first-thoughts-on-rust-vs-ocaml/ · I'm about two weeks into Rust now, so this feels like a good time to write a critique, before I get Stockholm Syndrome'd. My main motivation in learning Rust is that I have to maintain some of Dark's Rust code [https://docs.darklang.com/contributing/if-you-dont-know-our-stack]. There was a recent