Thanks for another week of patience, y'all. Another busy couple of weeks at the day job, plus the current state of the world, meant that I missed last week's newsletter. So - once again - another large issue. Back on a regularly scheduled program next week. In the meantime - enjoy!
- npm, Inc., is being purchased by GitHub.
GitHub has agreed to acquire npm, the largest public registry of open source projects in the world. npm is home to 1.3 million packages with 75 billion downloads a month. GitHub will continue to invest in npm, ensuring it's free for public packages, always.
- My exploration of Rust and .NET
Rust is one of the most interesting languages right now - a safe, fast systems language to rival C. But to actually replace C, you'd need sensible foreign function interfaces. In other words, you'd need to be able to call Rust directly from .NET. Eric Sink delivers.
- TrackJS: Building Request Metrics
- Windows Terminal Preview v0.10 Release
Windows Terminal 1.0 is coming - in the meantime, the latest v0.10 release adds mouse input support, pane duplication, and a number of bug fixes.
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