Steve T on Twitter — I do have a question about the latest episode; there was a lot of talk about code being safe.
What is memory safety? — For the purposes of this post, we are generally considering whether a program execution is memory safe or not. From this notion, we deem a program to be memory safe if it all of its possible executions are memory safe, and a language to be memory safe if all possible programs in the language are memory safe.
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Your Language Sucks, It Doesn’t Matter — The central thesis is that the actual programming language (syntax, semantics, paradigm) doesn’t really matter. What matters is characteristics of the runtime — roughly, what does memory of the running process look like?
Post-Open Source — Imo, open source as a community endeavor is falling apart right before our eyes, and being replaced by open source as Big Corp entrenchment strategy.
I mean it’s been happening for a while, but seeing Mozilla sinking like this is just driving the point home for me.
FOSS is dead