Is "Source Available" Really That Bad?

In which I argue that Source Available Modifiable Software still respects end users.

Code Is Not Technical Debt

Someone is wrong on the Internet; he said that all code is technical debt, and I refute that.

Am I a Good C Programmer?

Daniel Stenberg compared his C programming against the average, so I thought I would do the same.

A Decade of Developing a Programming Language: A Response Response

Two people wrote posts about developing programming languages for a decade. I did too, so I wrote one of my own.

How to Fund FOSS, Save It from the CRA, and Improve Cybersecurity

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?

He Who Gives Up Correctness for Performance Deserves Neither

Someone was wrong on the Internet about correctness vs performance, and I decided to vent.

Lessons Learned as a User 3: Prepare for the Future

In this third post in an ad-hoc series, I talk about why preparing for the future is critical to the survival of software.

The Scourge of 00UB

Compiler authors claim that the possibility of UB is a license to kill. They are wrong. They are not James Bond.