Contexts and capabilities in Rust

Containers 101: attach vs. exec - what's the difference?

A challenger to the throne of vector graphics. SVG is dead, long live TinyVG!

Issue #147

12/23/2021

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Yeah definitely going to take a break next week. Finding quality content this week has taken ages, and I can't imagine it'll improve next week. So this is the last issue of this week, and the year! See you in 2022 :)

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Contexts and capabilities in Rust

Published: 21 December 2021
Tags: rust


"Very often in programming we find ourselves needing access to some context object in many places in our code". In this exploratory article, Tyler Mandry presents a solution for declaring contexts in Rust that can be provided by the compiler.


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Containers 101: attach vs. exec - what's the difference?

Published: 18 December 2021
Tags: docker


Love em or hate em, containers have been and will remain to be around. Ivan Velichko's focuses on distinguishing the difference between exec and attach by looking closely at container management and the implementations of both functions.


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A challenger to the throne of vector graphics. SVG is dead, long live TinyVG!

Published: 20 December 2021
Tags: graphics


File formats come into and fade from existence on a daily basis. Popular ones stick around for longer. Felix "xq" Queißner's article explains why SVG isn't a great format to work with, and then goes on to outline the spec for a new format "to have 95% of the features we actually need from SVG (so shapes, colors, gradients, scalability) but not have all the things we typically don't need (animations, scripting, external resources, hierarchical document structure, ...)".


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