This is the versioning scheme for Yzena software, especially for the Yc monorepo.
In which I steal the thunder of a smart man and write a blog post for him showing that we should not version implementations, but interfaces.
So the Changelog podcast had some critiques of my description of tech debt, and I have a critique of their critique.
In which I argue that Source Available Modifiable Software still respects end users.
Someone is wrong on the Internet; he said that all code is technical debt, and I refute that.
Daniel Stenberg compared his C programming against the average, so I thought I would do the same.
Two people wrote posts about developing programming languages for a decade. I did too, so I wrote one of my own.
The CRA may kill Open Source. But what if I told you that there is a way to not only save FOSS, but fund it, while still improving cybersecurity, would you believe me?
Our digital world is now made of chains. You made them. And you can break them. For the sake of our future, you must.
There is controversy on the NIST's post-quantum selections, and I have some thoughts.