Shellshock, David A. Wheeler has the most comprehensive report.
SPHINCS-256 is a high-security post-quantum stateless hash-based
signature scheme that signs hundreds of messages per second on a
modern 4-core 3.5GHz Intel CPU. By Daniel J. Bernstein and his gang.
Modular, composable, typed optimizations in the tagless-final style,
by Oleg Kiselyov.
µKanren: A Minimal Functional Core for Relational Programming (PDF), by Jason
Hemann and Daniel P. Friedman. 39 LoC Scheme.
Early Digital Research CP/M Source Code, now available from Computer History Museum.
Down to the silicon: how the Z80’s registers are implemented
The mLite Language, a dynamically typed variant of ML.
Quite nice and a good starting point for further experiments.
tilde.club background, this is how a social network should work. I
wish I had an account.
My Philosophy on Alerting, based my observations while I was a Site
Reliability Engineer at Google. By Rob Ewaschuk.
Solving Nine Men’s Morris (PDF), by Ralph Gasser.
OpenBSD head.c, “Fix a 37 year old bug introduced by Bill Joy on
August 24, 1977.”
IPFS is a distributed file system that seeks to connect all
computing devices with the same system of files.
TARTS, “Timing attack resistant type systems.”
Listen to the Butt Song from Hell written on a 500-year-old painting
Pteranodon Gets Ready for Halloween
Train Your Roommate