Zach Wienersmith nails it again! Too bad he's not on Mastodon. =(
Also, the "Ask the Experts" section of the source report from WalletHub has some great advice for entrepreneurs too.
Hooray! Durham, NC is in the top 10 US cities for starting a business.
hello if you still use chrome i gently recommend giving firefox a chance. i gave up on it a few years back but now that i'm using it again i think i'm here to stay. it's not perfect but neither is chrome, and it's actually beating chrome in speed in some areas these days
also google is about to seriously hinder adblocking extensions in favour of letting their own ads and tracking shit slide through
Been working on lighting shaders lately. Found a good intro to physically-based rendering here:
It starts with a simple Lambert BRDF. The author glosses over some important bits, but there's enough detail there to get the main idea.
Of course, I decided to go for analytical solutions to the integrals because I'm apparently a masochist. But it was fun!
#Rust turns 4 years old today!
Although, sometimes I really know more than rustc does. Especially when I'm reasoning about the C libs I'm using. For those cases, I'm allowed to break the rules and be "unsafe".
But the coolest part is I only have to be "unsafe" when I really need it. And since rustc makes me think twice as hard about "unsafe" code, I think I'm less likely to get it wrong in those cases.
The #Rust compiler continues to amaze me.
I've been writing a multi-threaded app that interfaces with other C libs. And so many times now, I've wanted to write my inter-thread communication in a certain way, and rusc often tells me no.
And when I think about the communication some more, rustc is usually right! And then I change my design to make rustc happy, and that bug goes away.
I definitely want an IDE that does this.
Haha, and here's the commit from Jan 31 that is exactly the same as the hack I just made to the kernel last night. It's pretty fun I can look at the commit history like that. Open source development is awesome! Thanks, Andrzej!
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