So the function builders’ semantics in Swift 5.1 turns out to be extremely powerful and versatile.
We are now starting to see a system programming language that strives to be cross platform, with formal ABI stability and variably clear idioms. Something that C++ couldn’t entirely achieve in 30 years.
Let’s hope Apple doesn’t fuck this up: the Swift team has been the coolest in keeping up the promise of open source development with a refreshingly transparent approach.
So the CEO of Mozilla Corporation has resigned... https://blog.mozilla.org/blog/2019/08/29/thank-you-chris/
This is interesting for news for whoever knows Mozilla from the inside as it may very well open yet another power struggle that - in turn - might damage Moz more than its current market position.
So this guy turned his Macintosh SE/30 into a webserver.
And, of course, he makes it accessible to everybody over the Internet.
Head over to http://www.rhyal.com/ to sign his guestbook.
In case it goes offline, the Internet Archive has already done its job and cached it forever: https://web.archive.org/web/20190804160300/http://www.rhyal.com/
There’s this news making a lot of noise on Twitter and reddit: apparently Chris Chibnall has left (or has been let go from) the #DoctorWho production.
We have a winner!
Yeah, it’s legit: https://twitter.com/monicalewinsky/status/1159068458111262720?s=21
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