Jamie makes a clear, compelling case for SQL’s shortcomings and what we could replace it with.
Raph investigates an issue with a slow shader, which ends up being caused by the shader compiler being overly conservative about cache coherency.
Lauren explores Numba, a vectorizing JIT for Python.
Jamie asks "How safe is zig, on a scale from c to rust?"
Jemma continues her excellent series on how the Ruby garbage collector works.
Jake succeeded at running an Electron app from within a Docker container. This blog post perfectly captures the process of continuing to solve the next problem you run into until your software works.
Julia figures out what a bridge is, how it works, and how to connect a VM to the internet using a bridge.
Jamie is searching for a good debugging experience for C and Zig. He tried a bunch of debuggers and wrote up what he found.
Dan deconstructs Fred Brooks's assertions about accidental and essential complexity from No Silver Bullet in a way that only Dan can.
In 2014, Filippo made the de facto standard tool for testing to see if your website was vulnerable to Heartbleed. (source: https://github.com/FiloSottile/Heartbleed)