I ported my Gameboy Color emulator to WebAssembly 🙃 https://djhworld.github.io/post/2018/09/21/i-ported-my-gameboy-color-emulator-to-webassembly/
Amazing seeing the amount of people nitpicking about the word "serverless" as if it's the most critical discussion point. It's almost a law now, any post that rises up on hacker news/reddit about serverless stuff will almost certainly have someone griping about the terminology in the comments #serverless
I understand that they probably want to keep things consistent so have just stuck with their markdown subset, but it could be so much better.
Maybe a decentralised version of Medium could exist? Or does it exist? I remember blog syndication and linkbacks from the 2000s which was half way there
Syndicating blog posts to Medium is ok but in some ways its a bit crap because you lose some formatting features from your personal blog. For example, indented bullet points don't work, there's no concept of footnotes, there's no syntax highlighting for code.
I like the social features of Medium like the claps, the comments, the sense of community, but it just feels bad.
I thought I found a browser security bug https://djhworld.github.io/post/2018/08/12/i-thought-i-found-a-browser-security-bug/
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