Abuse Of Some Sum Types In OO Languages

Racing against the clock -- hitting a tiny kernel race window

Towards a Unified Metaverse

Issue #191

3/26/2022

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Abuse Of Some Sum Types In OO Languages

Published: 23 March 2022
Tags: go


Jeremy Bowers explains why not everything is actually a nail when you learn how to wield the hammer that is sum types.


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Racing against the clock -- hitting a tiny kernel race window

Published: 23 March 2022
Tags: infosec, linux


Jann Horn does a very deep and technical dive on exploiting a garbage collection race condition in the Linux kernel.


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Published: 23 March 2022
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Nova Spivack philosophizes on what the future of the metaverse is and what its different iterations will offer.


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