Mapping the whole internet with Hilbert curves
Impressive work to map out the whole internet by scan all IPV4 address on the internet in a
day. Then visualize on a heatmap to show how many system(IPAddress) are online at that time.
10 Technical Papers Every Programmer Should Read
I confess I don’t often read tech paper. They are over my head. However, sometimes I force myself
to read some of them and I realized I always learn something from them. Probably because they’re
slow to read and force me to think more.
API versioning and evolution with proxies
The way app supports many API version is by having some form of versioning scheme(url or header)
and maintaining multiple codepaths, endpoints of the underlying business logic. This article has
another approach to use proxy and consider version is just a routing matter.
Writing WebAssembly By Hand
WebAssembly is a compilation target for an ever-growing range of languages including C/C++, Rust, Go,…
However, it is actually possible to write WebAssembly directly by hand which is an educational and
Event Sourcing made Simple
Event Sourcing is to data what Git is to code. KickStarter implemented a minimal event sourcing framework
to power d.rip
Top 10 errors from 1000+ on Rails projects
Rollbar looked at their database of thousands of projects and found the top 10 errors in Rails projects.
They are showing the cause and how to prevent. If you avoid these, it’ll make you a better developer.
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