piet-gpu progress: clipping

C++ header files and inter-class connections

Evolving your RESTful APIs, a step-by-step approach

Issue #176

2/28/2022

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Hi
Hope you all had a nice weekend. I spent the majority of mine in airports. 10 hour layovers are brutal, but at least it gave me some time to debug why cljfmt wasn't working on my laptop. Ultimately, in my sleep deprived state, I couldn't fix anything and gave up. Now at least I know it's probably an issue with some vim plugin acting as the intermediary between cljfmt and nvim.
Overall it made me really appreciate the power of getting proper sleep. It feels like whenever I don't have a night of good rest, motivation takes the biggest hit the next day. Although I've also noticed that if I go for more than 24 hours of no sleep, I'm too tired to procrastinate. But then my working memory is in the gutter and the chances of making a mistake skyrocket, so just get your sleep yo.
Anyway, here's the issue.

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piet-gpu progress: clipping

Published: 24 February 2022
Tags: gpu, rust


Raph Levien explains how the computation of path clipping for piet-gpu (a new compute-centric 2D GPU renderer) was fully transferred to GPU from CPU.


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C++ header files and inter-class connections

Published: 26 February 2022
Tags: c++


Rachel Kroll discusses some of the issues and solutions for connecting classes in C++.


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Evolving your RESTful APIs, a step-by-step approach

Published: 27 February 2022
Tags: architecture


Nicolas Fränkel explores setting up a production level API from the perspective of having it iterated upon, highlighting different approaches and their positives/negatives.


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