Visualizing Performance-Critical Dependency Chains.

Earn $200K by fuzzing for a weekend: Part 1

Existential optics

Issue #219



Not in the mood for a long intro, so not going to write one! HAHAHAHAHAHAHA. Here's the issue.


Visualizing Performance-Critical Dependency Chains.

Published: 11 May 2022
Tags: assembly, optimization

Denis Bakhvalov "prove[s] that critical data dependency chains are increasingly becoming the only thing that matters for performance of a general-purpose application", and then goes on to demonstrate how to find and display them all pretty like.


Earn $200K by fuzzing for a weekend: Part 1

Published: 11 May 2022
Tags: blockchain, infosec, rust

Addison Crump presents how he wrote a smart fuzzer to find vulnerabilities in rBPF, which is extensively used by the Solano blockchain.


Existential optics

Published: 5 May 2022
Tags: functional, haskell

Marco Perone gives an easier to digest introduction (than we normally have) on optics, including lenses, prisms, different encodings, and composition.

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