I don’t even know what to say other than you should definitely not use their products.

Facebook Says It Won’t Back Down From Allowing Lies in Political Ads — nytimes.com/2020/01/09/technol

What a quote from Isaac Asimov in today’s @DenseDiscovery@twitter.com:

I have no words.

„Polyglot Front-End Solution for running multiple frameworks as one“ — github.com/eavichay/microfront

I hate merge conflicts with a passion.

I‘m using DuckDuckGo for over a year now exclusively and I got no regrets. Interesting article.

I ditched Google for DuckDuckGo. Here’s why you should too — wired.co.uk/article/duckduckgo

It‘s in a Deref trait implementation for a custom connection type, getting a `diesel::PgConnection` from an r2d2::PooledConnection<r2d2::ConnectionManager<diesel::PgConnection>>>` if anyone cares.

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Things you’ll only write in Rust: `&***&self.0` ¯\_(ツ)_/¯

> QuickCheck is a way to do property based testing using randomly generated input.

Super easy fuzzing in Rust 🦀: crates.io/crates/quickcheck

Going from Rust to Typescript is a lot harder than other language transitions.

Just watched Yesterday, the movie. Great idea, sadly lacked everything else, ★★☆☆☆.

But at least I know what I‘m gonna listen to for the rest of the week.

And I‘d much rather have the compiler shout at me than angry people because of a nil-pointer or whatever.

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I love Go and I still think it‘s the best choice for most projects (due to its simplicity). But everyone I use Rust, I‘m delighted by the language design.

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I started writing a side project in Rust and it‘s been great so far. Compile-time templates, macros and the borrow-system are doing their part.

This is a great read. I do the same when facing complex problems.

The Myth and Magic of Generating New Ideas — newyorker.com/culture/annals-o

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