We're moving to Monday! After realizing that I'm often on an airplane on Sundays and scramble to get this newsletter out, I'm officially moving it to every Monday so that I don't have to scramble to get it out.
- Supercharging the Git Commit Graph IV: Bloom Filters
What happens when you unleash a graph theorist and software engineer on the Git codebase? Aggressive performance improvements, like adding bloom filters to Git's file history to dramatically increase its speed.
- Can the Future of Tech Include Autism Spectrum Disorder?
The most important tools we have as developers are our brains; understanding neurodiversity within software development is crucial to building effective development teams.
- Machine Learning for Fair Decisions
As Machine Learning is increasingly employed with human interactions, it becomes especially important to remove bias from decision making. Some researchers analyze "fair" ML.
- The Future of WebAssembly - A Look at Upcoming Features and Proposals
WebAssembly is a low-level VM that lets you compile languages like C, Rust, Java and Go to a browser-based virtual machine. Here's a look at where WebAssembly is going in the future.
- Kubernetes: 11 Ways (Not) to Get Hacked
Security in Kubernetes can be complex; here are some great tips and tricks to help harden your clusters and increase their resilience if compromised.
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