Beigels, software, and why you should control queues instead of cycle times

Reverse Engineering Dark Souls 3 Networking (#1 - Connection)

No really, why can't we have raw UDP in JavaScript?

Semantic Bug Seeding: A Learning-Based Approach for Creating Realistic Bugs

Issue #249

7/5/2022

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Oh boy, I recently got a new keyboard (with a new key layout) and my current typing speed is at somewhere around 10 WPM (normally I'm at around 100 WPM). It's insanely frustrating but I'm hoping it'll payoff in the long-run. Also someone mentioned that I should show the most clicked article for the previous issue, in each issue. If you'd also like that, reply to this email and tell me. Anyway, here's the issue!

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Beigels, software, and why you should control queues instead of cycle times

Published: 12 June 2022
Tags: management


Lucas Fernandes da Costa compares a software development process queue to a bagel shop queue, and elaborates on how they can be optimized.


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Reverse Engineering Dark Souls 3 Networking (#1 - Connection)

Published: 29 May 2022
Tags: networking, reverse engineering


Tim Leonard's series focuses on reverse engineering the networking mechanics of Dark Souls 3.


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No really, why can't we have raw UDP in JavaScript?

Published: 5 July 2022
Tags: browser, web


Casey Muratori ponders on why we can't use UDP instead of TCP in the browser.


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Semantic Bug Seeding: A Learning-Based Approach for Creating Realistic Bugs [pdf]

Published: 18 August 2021
Tags: machine learning


Jibesh Patra and Michael Pradel present a method for generating realistic bugs using machine learning.


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Clicks: 466

Link Clicks Clicks % Unique Clicks Unique Clicks %
Beigels, software, and why you should control queues instead of cycle times 125 29.90% 132 30.14
Reverse Engineering Dark Souls 3 Networking (#1 - Connection) 101 24.16% 104 23.74
No really, why can't we have raw UDP in JavaScript? 150 35.89% 157 35.84
Semantic Bug Seeding: A Learning-Based Approach for Creating Realistic Bugs 42 10.05% 45 10.27

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