Android 13 is the first Android release where a majority of new code added to the release is in a memory safe language
Block subsidiary TBD announces they will trademark "Web5", cancels plans after completely foreseeable backlash
@bwinton that sounds cool. There is a conference talk video about the same project you posted, which does not involve an SNES emulator: https://www.deconstructconf.com/2018/tom-murphy-vii-improper-hierarchy but that's all I know.
Alright return initiated (also for the wife's unopened one). New Pixel 5s here we come!
I need new hardware because after two years the battery on the Pixel 5 can't hang. Otherwise it remains a pretty stellar phone (other than the clock being on the wrong side). Maybe I should just find a new Pixel 5 from somewhere?
The problem with getting a new phone is there's no real innovation or differentiation so the downsides get amplified.
I moved from the Pixel 5 to the Pixel 7 today. Thus far my review is that it's too big, too heavy, camera bump is ugly and attracts dust/lint, glossy glass back looks cheap, and front fingerprint sensor means you can't pull down the notification shade with a gesture. I honestly struggle to find a single upside.
Also the clock is still on the wrong side of the status bar.
Just wrote a quick blog post about the surprising side effect of an undefined behavior I got with GCC: http://blog.pkh.me/p/37-gcc-undefined-behaviors-are-getting-wild.html
PSA: Do Not Use Services That Hate The Internet. As you look around for a new social media platform, I implore you, only use one that is a part of the World Wide Web. tl;dr avoid Hive and Post. If posts in a social media app do not have URLs that can...
"Over the course of two years, we developed Nullsafe, a static analyzer for detecting NPE errors in Java, integrated it into the core developer workflow, and ran a large-scale code transformation to make many million lines of Java code Nullsafe-compliant."
Jane and Jason are both on Mastodon, but it's unclear whether I should put them on blast if they didn't choose to share it themselves. Kudos to them both, however, and the other contributors!
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@dankim and if it's only a single or a few accounts that is being boosted you can also mute just those specific accounts to still see their other boosts. Curation like this is definitely key to a healthy timeline.
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