Writing a toy traceroute from scratch

Reasons for servers to support IPv6

The baseline for web development in 2022

Issue #160

1/31/2022

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Writing a toy traceroute from scratch

Published: 30 January 2022
Tags: networking, python


Alex Ellis gives a basic explanation of how traceroute works and presents an implementation in Python.


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Reasons for servers to support IPv6

Published: 29 January 2022
Tags: networking


More of a long distance swim than a deep dive (the analogy checks out), in this article Julia Evans explores why supporting IPv6 is actually good.


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The baseline for web development in 2022

Published: 26 January 2022
Tags: web


Alan Dávalos covers the current state of the web, from market share of different browsers and devices, to baseline performance and framework popularity.


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Writing a toy traceroute from scratch 145 31.39% 133 30.30
Reasons for servers to support IPv6 86 18.61% 84 19.13
The baseline for web development in 2022 231 50.00% 222 50.57

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