Creating an Aimbot: Reverse Engineering & Source SDK (2/4)

Scaling Causal's Spreadsheet Engine from Thousands to Billions of Cells: From Maps to Arrays

The difficult problem of managing Java dependencies

Issue #251

7/7/2022

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To answer some comments I got on the feedback form; you can see all of the click data for each article on the website. I didn't get a big enough response asking for this info in the newsletter, so not going to implement it. I don't track who views the results of the polls, so not sure how many other people are doing that. In general I'm going to try to build out that tool a bit more; I think there's a decent amount of functionality that can be added with fairly minimal effort. I also need to finally sort out of the referral program I added ages ago. I might expand that out into its own standalone tool as well. Honestly I'm getting a bit tired of going ham on programming though. It's really nice to spend time outside doing extreme sports (something I enjoy) or hanging out with friends. I think my new year's resolution for next year is going to be to just enjoy life outside of the computer a bit more. That gives me about half a year to figure out how to pay for such a lifestyle. Challenge accepted.
Anyway, sorry for the rambling. Hope you have a lovely weekend and here's the last issue of the week!

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Creating an Aimbot: Reverse Engineering & Source SDK (2/4)

Published: 5 July 2022
Tags: c++, reverse engineering


Alex Abramov's mini-series takes us through the steps for writing an aim bot for "Half-Life 2, running on the Source engine". Ah, good ol'Garry's mod shenanigans.


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Scaling Causal's Spreadsheet Engine from Thousands to Billions of Cells: From Maps to Arrays

Published: 6 July 2022
Tags: go, optimization


Simon Hørup Eskildsen explains the optimization process for a Go program when you've exhausted easy problems found with profiling.


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The difficult problem of managing Java dependencies

Published: 6 July 2022
Tags: java


Paulo Renato de Athaydes dives into the state of dependency management in Java, demonstrating how different tools work and why.


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Scaling Causal's Spreadsheet Engine from Thousands to Billions of Cells: From Maps to Arrays 91 31.60% 98 31.01
The difficult problem of managing Java dependencies 106 36.81% 116 36.71

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