Any recommendations on good practices for modern C11-era C programming? (or at least a good overview of what's changed and useful vs 'whatever old dialect of C you learned in the 90s and kept using in Linux stuff')
@brion http://icube-icps.unistra.fr/img_auth.php/d/db/ModernC.pdf is pretty good
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