In this third post in an ad-hoc series, I talk about why preparing for the future is critical to the survival of software.
Compiler authors claim that the possibility of UB is a license to kill. They are wrong. They are not James Bond.
OpenAI published info about its spider. I blocked it. This is why.
People were demanding I split my blog between personal and professional posts. I did so, and this is why.
This is the versioning scheme for Yzena software, especially for the Yc monorepo.
A long time ago, I made a monorepo out of several Git repos. This post is my attempt to describe what I did for future generations.
I made several mistakes with a PR to the Gentoo authors. I need to apologize.
There is one math problem I want solved. It annoys me.
In which I learn that AI evangelists only care about bringing forth their version of Utopia.
A Reddit discussion leads to an assertion that programming will always use text. Here's why.