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Jeremie Le Hen
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Great blog entry written 6 months ago attempting to give an objective point of view on #Golang. Lots of things I have felt myself although most of the time feeling an annoyance without really taking time to think about it.
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Interesting chart, both in substance and the form.
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Not that I fully agree with the author, but they make interesting points which will make you grumble that it was better before.

I personally think this bloat isn't only because engineering time is more costly than compute time, but because competition is so fierce, one has to move super fast. Yes we could have faster and less bloated things, but we would have been that far yet in innovation.

Thanks to +Kevin LE HEN for sharing.
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Forget Java, C++, Go, Rust, Javascript... Here is the Enterprise programming language!

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It looks like Google with its high-end #Pixel phones is really pushing hard it's competitors.

Both #Huawei and #Samsung are cheating for the supposedly selfie taken by their flagship device.

https://www.xda-developers.com/samsung-brazil-huawei-egypt-misleading-photos/
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Another great talk from Bryan Cantrill, about his journey through programming languages as a system programmer. He is rather opiniated but his point of view and his way of putting things is really great.

And I think I may give a try to Rust :-).
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Interesting talk on the question: Are there #alien civilizations out there?

I've been believing there are so many planets in the #universe, how can we possibly be alone? There must be other civilizations elsewhere and we just haven't managed to find each other because of the sheer immensity of the universe and/or our technological limitations.

This talk makes me question this belief. And I'm starting to think my reasoning has been tricked by the Anthropic Principle: https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Anthropic_principle
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