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Links shared between Lobste.rs, Hacker News, and /r/Programming in the last 3 days.

Each entry contains links to the submission on each site, and the submission's Score and number of Comments. If the ratio of comments to score exceeds 1.25, the topic is deemed to be controversial.

This page was generated 2021-05-09 12:04:04+0200. It usually updates hourly. About this project. Changelog. Monthly archives.

First seen on Lobste.rs as Mouse Trap on 09 May 2021, submitted by calvin. Score 1, comments 0  💤

Then appeared on Hacker News 6m later as Mouse Trap, submitted by todsacerdoti. Score 1, comments 0  💤

First seen on Lobste.rs as Flakes are such an obviously good thing: ...but the design and development process should be better on 09 May 2021, submitted by grahamc. Score 16, comments 3

Then appeared on Hacker News 9m later as Flakes are such an obviously good thing: but the design and development proc, submitted by todsacerdoti. Score 2, comments 0

First seen on Lobste.rs as Oil Language: Variable Declaration, Mutation, and Scope on 08 May 2021, submitted by andyc. Score 7, comments 3

Then appeared on Hacker News 4m later as Oil Language: Variable Declaration, Mutation, and Scope, submitted by todsacerdoti. Score 1, comments 0  💤

First seen on Lobste.rs as Lessons On Writing JavaScript and React From ClojureScript on 08 May 2021, submitted by Yogthos. Score 7, comments 0

Then appeared on Hacker News less than a minute later as Lessons on Writing JavaScript and React from ClojureScript, submitted by yogthos. Score 83, comments 37  🔥   ⭐(13)

First seen on Lobste.rs as The Mortifying Ordeal of Pairing All Day on 08 May 2021, submitted by soulcutter. Score 51, comments 19  🔥

Then appeared on Hacker News 3m later as The Mortifying Ordeal of Pairing All Day, submitted by todsacerdoti. Score 4, comments 0

First seen on Lobste.rs as The price of dynamic memory: Allocation on 08 May 2021, submitted by vfoley. Score 5, comments 0

Then appeared on Hacker News 12h24m later as The price of dynamic memory: Allocation, submitted by signa11. Score 2, comments 0

First seen on Lobste.rs as Undo your last git mistake with ugit on 08 May 2021, submitted by bhupesh. Score 5, comments 4

Then appeared on /r/Programming 2h6m later as Undo your last git mistake with ugit, submitted by speckz. Score 0, comments 4

First seen on Hacker News as Measure and reduce keyboard input latency with QMK on the Kinesis Advantage on 08 May 2021, submitted by secure. Score 2, comments 0

Then appeared on Lobste.rs 1m later as Measure and reduce keyboard input latency with QMK on the Kinesis Advantage, submitted by stapelberg. Score 10, comments 2

First seen on Lobste.rs as Using virtualization: QEMU and NVMM on 08 May 2021, submitted by jaypatelani. Score 3, comments 1

Then appeared on Hacker News less than a minute later as NetBSD: Using Virtualization: QEMU and NVMM, submitted by jayp1418. Score 5, comments 0

First seen on Hacker News as Dropping cache didn’t drop cache on 08 May 2021, submitted by r4um. Score 107, comments 36  🔥   ⭐(3)

Then appeared on Lobste.rs 18h13m later as Dropping cache didn’t drop cache, submitted by learnbyexample. Score 4, comments 0

First seen on Hacker News as SpecBAS: An enhanced Sinclair BASIC interpreter for modern PCs on 08 May 2021, submitted by tosh. Score 49, comments 4  🔥   ⭐(10)

Then appeared on Lobste.rs 11h29m later as SpecBAS - An enhanced Sinclair BASIC interpreter for modern PCs, submitted by gerikson. Score 4, comments 0

First seen on Lobste.rs as CVE-2021-1815 – macOS local privilege escalation via Preferences on 08 May 2021, submitted by fro. Score 6, comments 0

Then appeared on Hacker News 9m later as CVE-2021-1815 – macOS local privilege escalation via Preferences, submitted by todsacerdoti. Score 2, comments 0

First seen on Lobste.rs as 2x-3x Performance Improvements for Debug Builds on 08 May 2021, submitted by raymii. Score 6, comments 0

Then appeared on Hacker News 8m later as 2x-3x Performance Improvements for Debug Builds, submitted by todsacerdoti. Score 13, comments 1  🔥

Then appeared on Hacker News 11h52m later as 2x-3x Performance Improvements for MSVC C++ Debug Builds, submitted by dgellow. Score 2, comments 0

First seen on Hacker News as Intersection-Free Rigid Body Dynamics on 08 May 2021, submitted by lnyan. Score 2, comments 0

Then appeared on Lobste.rs 18h17m later as Intersection-free Rigid Body Dynamics, submitted by friendlysock. Score 8, comments 1

First seen on Lobste.rs as Your ABI is Probably Wrong on 07 May 2021, submitted by Moonchild. Score 21, comments 15  🔥

Then appeared on Hacker News 3m later as ABI Is Probably Wrong, submitted by todsacerdoti. Score 2, comments 0

Then appeared on Hacker News 8h2m later as Your ABI Is Probably Wrong, submitted by eurg. Score 5, comments 0

Then appeared on Hacker News 9h38m later as ABI Mistakes, submitted by yagizdegirmenci. Score 160, comments 122  🔥   ⭐(1)

First seen on Lobste.rs as Analytics, Crashreports and Audacity on 07 May 2021, submitted by proctrap. Score 6, comments 10 controversial

Then appeared on Hacker News 4m later as Analytics, Crashreports and Audacity, submitted by todsacerdoti. Score 3, comments 0

First seen on Lobste.rs as The Distribution Vector That Changed Linux Forever on 07 May 2021, submitted by calvin. Score 11, comments 0

Then appeared on Hacker News 3m later as The Distribution Vector That Changed Linux Forever, submitted by todsacerdoti. Score 39, comments 26  🔥   ⭐(15)

First seen on Hacker News as Security probe of Qualcomm MSM data services on 07 May 2021, submitted by eis. Score 1, comments 0  💤

Then appeared on Lobste.rs 6h39m later as Security probe of Qualcomm MSM data services, submitted by sanxiyn. Score 1, comments 0  💤

First seen on Hacker News as A New AWS SDK for Rust on 07 May 2021, submitted by carllerche. Score 216, comments 60  🔥   ⭐(1)

Then appeared on Lobste.rs 22m later as A New AWS SDK for Rust – Alpha Launch, submitted by nerosnm. Score 14, comments 0

First seen on Hacker News as Show HN: Atuin, improved shell history with multi-machine sync on 07 May 2021, submitted by elliebike. Score 43, comments 8  🔥

Then appeared on Lobste.rs 14h18m later as Atuin: Improved shell history with multi-machine sync, submitted by ellie. Score 26, comments 5  🔥

First seen on Hacker News as EdgeDB Beta 2 on 07 May 2021, submitted by colinmcd. Score 4, comments 2

Then appeared on Lobste.rs 1h29m later as EdgeDB beta 2 released, submitted by colinhacks. Score 4, comments 0

First seen on Hacker News as Unintended Instructions on x86 on 07 May 2021, submitted by matt_d. Score 5, comments 0

Then appeared on /r/Programming 1m later as Unintended Instructions on X86, submitted by mttd. Score 28, comments 18  🔥

Then appeared on Lobste.rs 9h29m later as Unintended Instructions on X86, submitted by calvin. Score 2, comments 1

Then appeared on Hacker News 16h48m later as Unintended Instructions on x86, submitted by ingve. Score 3, comments 0

First seen on Lobste.rs as What I Learned by Relearning HTML on 07 May 2021, submitted by dguo. Score 47, comments 9  🔥

Then appeared on Hacker News 1h11m later as What I learned by re-learning HTML, submitted by ratsbane. Score 59, comments 7  🔥

First seen on Lobste.rs as Constantine: Automatic Side-Channel Resistance Using Efficient Control and Data Flow Linearization on 07 May 2021, submitted by fro. Score 4, comments 0

Then appeared on Hacker News 18m later as Constantine: Automatic side-channel resistance using data flow linearization [pdf], submitted by sternmere. Score 27, comments 9  🔥   ⭐(13)

First seen on Hacker News as Towards an HD44780-Based Video Mode on 07 May 2021, submitted by ingve. Score 129, comments 23  🔥   ⭐(3)

Then appeared on Lobste.rs 2h31m later as Towards An HD44780-Based Video Mode, submitted by varjag. Score 6, comments 0

First seen on Hacker News as Email: Explained from First Principles on 07 May 2021, submitted by rusrushal13. Score 3, comments 0

Then appeared on /r/Programming 5m later as Email: explained from first principles, submitted by rusrushal13. Score 226, comments 8  🔥

Then appeared on Lobste.rs 6h34m later as Email explained from first principles, submitted by tkilen. Score 30, comments 3  🔥

Then appeared on Hacker News 5h52m later as Email Explained from First Principles, submitted by slow_donkey. Score 1, comments 0  💤

Then appeared on Hacker News 9h13m later as Email Explained from First Principles, submitted by thunderbong. Score 92, comments 32  🔥   ⭐(17)

First seen on Hacker News as How to Optimize Order by Random() on 07 May 2021, submitted by tpetry. Score 1, comments 0  💤

Then appeared on Hacker News 11h20m later as How to Optimise Order by Random(), submitted by chris_wot. Score 4, comments 0

Then appeared on Lobste.rs 7h56m later as How to optimize ORDER BY RANDOM(), submitted by pstef. Score 7, comments 3

Then appeared on Hacker News 27m later as How to Optimize Order by Random(), submitted by harperlee. Score 23, comments 33 controversial  🔥   ⭐(21)

First seen on Hacker News as Illumos to drop SPARC Support on 07 May 2021, submitted by octotoad. Score 142, comments 178  🔥   ⭐(11)

Then appeared on Lobste.rs 4h10m later as Illumos proposal to drop SPARC support, submitted by classichasclass. Score 25, comments 23  🔥

First seen on Hacker News as LLDB core dump support improvements on 07 May 2021, submitted by fcambus. Score 1, comments 0  💤

Then appeared on Lobste.rs 1m later as LLDB core dump support improvements, submitted by fcambus. Score 4, comments 0

First seen on /r/Programming as Building a supply chain attack with .NET, NuGet, DNS, source generators, and more! on 07 May 2021, submitted by afastrunner. Score 20, comments 0

Then appeared on Hacker News 7h58m later as Building a supply chain attack with .NET, NuGet, DNS, source generators and more, submitted by GordonS. Score 1, comments 0  💤

Then appeared on Lobste.rs 3h55m later as Building a supply chain attack with .NET, NuGet, DNS, source generators, and more, submitted by calvin. Score 5, comments 0

First seen on Lobste.rs as Grain: Your WebAssembly-First Programming Language on 07 May 2021, submitted by yonkeltron. Score 10, comments 0

Then appeared on Hacker News 1m later as Grain: WebAssembly-First Programming Language, submitted by todsacerdoti. Score 157, comments 69  🔥   ⭐(2)

Then appeared on /r/Programming 4h58m later as Grain: Your WebAssembly-First Programming Language - WebAssembly Summit 2021, submitted by sidcool1234. Score 3, comments 1

First seen on Hacker News as Ruby Garbage Collection Deep Dive: Compaction on 07 May 2021, submitted by thunderbong. Score 110, comments 2  🔥   ⭐(12)

Then appeared on Lobste.rs 10h18m later as Ruby Garbage Collection Deep Dive: Compaction, submitted by soulcutter. Score 5, comments 0

First seen on Lobste.rs as Befunge-93 Interpreter in JavaScript on 06 May 2021, submitted by hwayne. Score 2, comments 0  💤

Then appeared on Hacker News 2h10m later as Befunge-93 Interpreter in JavaScript, submitted by todsacerdoti. Score 2, comments 0

First seen on Hacker News as Hardware Boot Selection Switch on 06 May 2021, submitted by _Microft. Score 5, comments 1

Then appeared on Lobste.rs 14h8m later as Hardware boot selection switch, submitted by 355E3B. Score 19, comments 0

First seen on Lobste.rs as jq Internals on 06 May 2021, submitted by skuzzymiglet. Score 24, comments 1

Then appeared on Hacker News 4m later as Jq Internals, submitted by todsacerdoti. Score 2, comments 0

First seen on Lobste.rs as Instruction level just-in-time programming on 06 May 2021, submitted by asrp. Score 10, comments 7

Then appeared on Hacker News 3m later as Instruction level just-in-time programming, submitted by todsacerdoti. Score 62, comments 0  🔥   ⭐(17)

First seen on Hacker News as Building web services with Racket on 06 May 2021, submitted by monic. Score 1, comments 0  💤

Then appeared on Lobste.rs 15h18m later as Building Web Services with Racket, submitted by soapdog. Score 4, comments 0

First seen on Lobste.rs as After discussion here, I created a lib for writing better scripts on nodejs on 06 May 2021, submitted by antonmedv. Score 15, comments 5

Then appeared on Hacker News 4m later as A package for writing scripts on JavaScript instead of Bash, submitted by medv. Score 2, comments 0

Then appeared on Hacker News 9h29m later as JavaScript for Shell Scripting, submitted by gigel82. Score 366, comments 176  🔥   ⭐(5)

First seen on Lobste.rs as Grafana for homelab monitoring—with mTLS on 06 May 2021, submitted by dopey. Score 6, comments 1

Then appeared on Hacker News 3m later as Grafana for Homelab Monitoring–With MTLS, submitted by todsacerdoti. Score 3, comments 0

First seen on /r/Programming as I forgot how to spellcheck on 06 May 2021, submitted by zverok_kha. Score 25, comments 0

Then appeared on Lobste.rs 1m later as I forgot how to spellcheck, submitted by zverok. Score 34, comments 10  🔥

Then appeared on Hacker News 7m later as I Forgot How to Spellcheck, submitted by todsacerdoti. Score 5, comments 0

Then appeared on Hacker News 9h3m later as I Forgot How to Spellcheck, submitted by pabs3. Score 2, comments 0

First seen on /r/Programming as Announcing Rust 1.52.0 on 06 May 2021, submitted by myroon5. Score 100, comments 45  🔥

Then appeared on Hacker News less than a minute later as Rust 1.52.0, submitted by steveklabnik. Score 109, comments 31  🔥   ⭐(22)

Then appeared on Lobste.rs 1h9m later as Announcing Rust 1.52.0, submitted by nerosnm. Score 42, comments 0  🔥

Then appeared on /r/Programming 2h6m later as Announcing Rust 1.52.0, submitted by couscous_. Score 0, comments 0  💤

First seen on Lobste.rs as Redit 2.0 on 06 May 2021, submitted by lorddimwit. Score 4, comments 7 controversial

Then appeared on Hacker News 5m later as Redit 2.0, submitted by todsacerdoti. Score 1, comments 0  💤

First seen on Lobste.rs as Machine Learning in Causal Inference: How do I love thee? Let me count the ways on 06 May 2021, submitted by Anon84. Score 2, comments 0  💤

Then appeared on Hacker News 1m later as Machine Learning in Causal Inference: How do I love thee? Let me count the ways, submitted by todsacerdoti. Score 1, comments 0  💤

First seen on Lobste.rs as Cryptographic shuffle on 06 May 2021, submitted by saturn. Score 8, comments 8

Then appeared on Hacker News 21h53m later as Cryptographic Shuffle, submitted by phyzome. Score 29, comments 2  🔥   ⭐(22)

First seen on Hacker News as Making the Internet more secure one signed container at a time on 06 May 2021, submitted by theafh. Score 19, comments 1  🔥

Then appeared on Lobste.rs 4h49m later as Making the Internet more secure one signed container at a time, submitted by yonkeltron. Score 4, comments 0

Then appeared on Hacker News 3h58m later as Making the Internet more secure one signed container at a time, submitted by zdw. Score 3, comments 0

First seen on Lobste.rs as Branch predictor: How many "if"s are too many? Including x86 and M1 benchmarks on 06 May 2021, submitted by majke. Score 63, comments 10  🔥

Then appeared on Hacker News 6m later as Branch predictor: How many “if”s are too many?, submitted by majke. Score 312, comments 100  🔥   ⭐(9)

Then appeared on /r/Programming 2h11m later as Branch predictor: How many “if”s are too many? Including x86 and M1 benchmarks, submitted by oldretard. Score 183, comments 21  🔥

First seen on Hacker News as Apple Silicon Hardware Secrets: SPRR and Guarded Exception Levels (GXF) on 06 May 2021, submitted by adr_. Score 20, comments 0  🔥

Then appeared on Lobste.rs 2h23m later as Apple Silicon Hardware Secrets: SPRR and Guarded Exception Levels (GXF), submitted by calvin. Score 6, comments 0

Then appeared on Hacker News 11h15m later as Apple Silicon Hardware Secrets: SPRR and Guarded Exception Levels (GXF), submitted by pabs3. Score 23, comments 0  🔥

Then appeared on Hacker News 15h0m later as Apple Silicon Hardware: SPRR and Guarded Exception Levels (GXF), submitted by mpweiher. Score 270, comments 92  🔥   ⭐(1)

First seen on Hacker News as The Pinecone P2P overlay network on 06 May 2021, submitted by Arathorn. Score 19, comments 1  🔥

Then appeared on Hacker News 1 day later as The Pinecone Overlay Network, submitted by vanburen. Score 273, comments 45  🔥   ⭐(2)

Then appeared on Lobste.rs 2h0m later as Introducing the Pinecone overlay network, submitted by notriddle. Score 20, comments 4

First seen on Hacker News as Gleam 0.15 on 06 May 2021, submitted by lpil. Score 234, comments 78  🔥   ⭐(4)

Then appeared on Lobste.rs 25m later as v0.15 of Gleam, a type safe language for the Erlang VM, has been released, submitted by lpil. Score 64, comments 28  🔥

First seen on Hacker News as Game theory as an engine for large-scale data analysis on 06 May 2021, submitted by tmfi. Score 8, comments 0

Then appeared on Lobste.rs 1h27m later as Game theory as an engine for large-scale data analysis: EigenGame maps out a new approach to solve fundamental ML problems, submitted by Anon84. Score 1, comments 0  💤

First seen on Lobste.rs as Three interesting refrains of Coders at Work (2015) on 06 May 2021, submitted by thev. Score 30, comments 6  🔥

Then appeared on Hacker News 17h40m later as Three interesting refrains of Coders at Work, submitted by signa11. Score 2, comments 0

First seen on Hacker News as More Doorbell Adventures on 06 May 2021, submitted by pabs3. Score 3, comments 0

Then appeared on Lobste.rs 4h41m later as More doorbell adventures, submitted by calvin. Score 16, comments 0

Then appeared on Hacker News 1 day later as More Doorbell Adventures, submitted by JNRowe. Score 1, comments 0  💤

First seen on Hacker News as Berkshire Hathaway‘s Stock Price vs. 32-Bit Integers on 06 May 2021, submitted by pzumk. Score 2, comments 0

Then appeared on Lobste.rs 10h23m later as Berkshire Hathaway’s Stock Price vs. 32-Bit Integers, submitted by dmathieu. Score 6, comments 1

Then appeared on Hacker News 46m later as Berkshire Hathaway’s Stock Price vs. 32-Bit Integers, submitted by weinzierl. Score 95, comments 74  🔥   ⭐(23)

First seen on Lobste.rs as Accelerometer data from smartphones can reveal people's location, passwords, and much more on 06 May 2021, submitted by Yogthos. Score 14, comments 2

Then appeared on Hacker News 19h29m later as Privacy Implications of Accelerometer Data [pdf], submitted by gtirloni. Score 126, comments 40  🔥   ⭐(2)

First seen on Hacker News as The origin of Covid: Did people or nature open Pandora’s box at Wuhan? on 05 May 2021, submitted by oli5679. Score 18, comments 1  🔥

Then appeared on Hacker News 14h15m later as The origin of Covid: Did people or nature open Pandora’s box at Wuhan?, submitted by BellLabradors. Score 11, comments 1  🔥

Then appeared on Hacker News 14h33m later as The origin of Covid: Did people or nature open Pandora’s box?, submitted by dataflow. Score 454, comments 523  🔥   ⭐(10)

Then appeared on Lobste.rs 1 day later as The origin of COVID: Did people or nature open Pandora’s box at Wuhan?, submitted by hacdias. Score -1, comments 0  💤

First seen on Lobste.rs as Patching kernel modules using DKMS on 05 May 2021, submitted by mfilion. Score 1, comments 0  💤

Then appeared on Hacker News 3m later as Patching kernel modules using DKMS, submitted by todsacerdoti. Score 2, comments 0

Then appeared on Hacker News 18h37m later as Patching kernel modules using DKMS, submitted by mooreds. Score 1, comments 0  💤

First seen on Lobste.rs as Six years of professional Clojure development on 05 May 2021, submitted by Yogthos. Score 21, comments 15  🔥

Then appeared on Hacker News 26m later as Six years of professional Clojure development, submitted by yogthos. Score 172, comments 197  🔥   ⭐(4)

Then appeared on Hacker News 9h16m later as Six years of professional Clojure development, submitted by susam. Score 2, comments 0

Then appeared on /r/Programming 7h55m later as Six years of professional Clojure development, submitted by TakAnnix. Score 0, comments 1

First seen on Hacker News as The Case of the 50ms request on 05 May 2021, submitted by stochastimus. Score 282, comments 79  🔥   ⭐(4)

Then appeared on Lobste.rs 28m later as The Case of the 50ms request, submitted by j11g. Score 79, comments 12  🔥

Then appeared on /r/Programming 20h14m later as The Case of the 50ms request, submitted by oldretard. Score 301, comments 40  🔥

First seen on Hacker News as Practical Nix Flakes on 05 May 2021, submitted by vroccolli. Score 3, comments 0

Then appeared on Lobste.rs 6h52m later as Practical Nix Flakes, submitted by srid. Score 10, comments 0

Then appeared on Hacker News 4h10m later as Practical Nix Flakes, submitted by harporoeder. Score 2, comments 0

Then appeared on Hacker News 1 day later as Practical Nix Flakes, submitted by georgyo. Score 3, comments 0

First seen on /r/Programming as How I Hacked Google App Engine: Anatomy of a Java Bytecode Exploit on 05 May 2021, submitted by Uncaffeinated. Score 396, comments 29  🔥

Then appeared on Hacker News 1h16m later as I Hacked Google App Engine: Anatomy of a Java Bytecode Exploit, submitted by pentestercrab. Score 2, comments 0

Then appeared on Hacker News 12h57m later as I Hacked Google App Engine: Anatomy of a Java Bytecode Exploit, submitted by archimag0. Score 3, comments 0

Then appeared on Hacker News 11h4m later as I Hacked Google App Engine: Anatomy of a Java Bytecode Exploit, submitted by arkadiyt. Score 268, comments 40  🔥   ⭐(10)

Then appeared on Lobste.rs 2 days later as How I Hacked Google App Engine: Anatomy of a Java Bytecode Exploit, submitted by bcongdon. Score 7, comments 0

First seen on Lobste.rs as Racket v8.1 on 05 May 2021, submitted by bogdan. Score 23, comments 5  🔥

Then appeared on Hacker News 1m later as Racket v8.1, submitted by Bogdanp. Score 5, comments 0

Then appeared on Hacker News 10h52m later as Racket v8.1, submitted by Tomte. Score 4, comments 0

Then appeared on Hacker News 1 day later as Racket 8.1, submitted by lycopodiopsida. Score 162, comments 82  🔥   ⭐(10)

Then appeared on /r/Programming 1 day later as Racket v8.1 is out, submitted by Alexander_Selkirk. Score 22, comments 8  🔥

First seen on Hacker News as DoorDash: Migrating from Python to Kotlin for Our Back End Services on 05 May 2021, submitted by petedoyle. Score 1, comments 0  💤

Then appeared on /r/Programming 1h47m later as DoorDash: Migrating From Python to Kotlin for Our Backend Services, submitted by minz1. Score 1163, comments 848  🔥

Then appeared on Hacker News 9h15m later as DoorDash: Migrating from Python to Kotlin for Our Back End Services, submitted by gher-shyu3i. Score 7, comments 2

Then appeared on Lobste.rs 7h9m later as Migrating From Python to Kotlin for Our Backend Services, submitted by sanxiyn. Score 11, comments 10

Then appeared on Hacker News 2h18m later as Migrating from Python to Kotlin for Our Back End Services, submitted by donmcc. Score 1, comments 0  💤

Then appeared on Hacker News 1 day later as Migrating from Python to Kotlin for Our Back End Services, submitted by matan_a. Score 13, comments 1  🔥

First seen on Hacker News as The Once and Future Shell [pdf] on 04 May 2021, submitted by matt_d. Score 38, comments 8  🔥   ⭐(10)

Then appeared on Lobste.rs 2 days later as The Once and Future Shell [PDF], submitted by andyc. Score 5, comments 2

First seen on Hacker News as EverParse: Hardening critical attack surface with formally proven message parser on 04 May 2021, submitted by homarp. Score 2, comments 0

Then appeared on Lobste.rs 2 days later as EverParse: Hardening critical attack surfaces with formally proven message parsers, submitted by lojikil. Score 17, comments 1

Then appeared on Hacker News 8h12m later as EverParse: Hardening attack surfaces with formally proven message parsers, submitted by fanf2. Score 2, comments 0

First seen on Hacker News as The Byte Order Fiasco on 02 May 2021, submitted by jart. Score 5, comments 0

Then appeared on Hacker News 2 days later as The Byte Order Fiasco, submitted by donmcc. Score 4, comments 0

Then appeared on Hacker News 3 days later as The Byte Order Fiasco, submitted by cassepipe. Score 298, comments 310  🔥   ⭐(2)

Then appeared on /r/Programming 43m later as The Byte Order Fiasco, submitted by ASIC_SP. Score 115, comments 98  🔥

Then appeared on Lobste.rs 1h36m later as The Byte Order Fiasco, submitted by technetium. Score 22, comments 8  🔥

First seen on Hacker News as Thoughts about getters and setters in C++ on 01 May 2021, submitted by ingve. Score 1, comments 0  💤

Then appeared on Lobste.rs 5 days later as Thoughts about getters and setters in C++, submitted by raymii. Score 4, comments 0

First seen on Hacker News as The performance overhead of Python C extensions on 29 Apr 2021, submitted by itamarst. Score 1, comments 0  💤

Then appeared on Lobste.rs less than a minute later as The hidden performance overhead of Python C extensions, submitted by itamarst. Score 15, comments 12

Then appeared on Hacker News 15h2m later as The performance overhead of Python C extensions, submitted by kristianp. Score 4, comments 2

Then appeared on Hacker News 4 days later as The performance overhead of Python C extensions, submitted by BerislavLopac. Score 4, comments 0

Then appeared on Hacker News 3 days later as The hidden performance overhead of Python C extensions, submitted by akbarnama. Score 2, comments 0

First seen on Hacker News as Manageable On-Call for Companies Without Money Printers on 26 Apr 2021, submitted by ublaze. Score 5, comments 1

Then appeared on /r/Programming 3h36m later as Manageable On-Call for Companies without Money Printers, submitted by waddupbrah. Score 0, comments 0  💤

Then appeared on Lobste.rs 12 days later as Manageable On-Call for Companies without Money Printers, submitted by ajdecon. Score 2, comments 0  💤

First seen on Hacker News as .NET faster in gRPC than Go? on 23 Apr 2021, submitted by dustinmoris. Score 1, comments 0  💤

Then appeared on Hacker News 14 days later as Java gRPC implemenation beats Rust, C++, C#, Golang in throughput, submitted by azth. Score 5, comments 1

Then appeared on /r/Programming 1h40m later as Java beats out C++, Rust, C#, and golang in gRPC throughput performance, submitted by segv. Score 0, comments 23 controversial

Then appeared on Hacker News 13h10m later as gRPC benchmark results, submitted by pjmlp. Score 212, comments 188  🔥   ⭐(4)

Then appeared on Lobste.rs 32m later as 2021-04-13 gRPC benchmark results, submitted by susam. Score 7, comments 4

Then appeared on /r/Programming 55m later as Java beats out C++, Rust, C#, and Golang in gRPC throughput performance, submitted by prankorcall. Score 0, comments 0  💤

Then appeared on /r/Programming 2h22m later as Java beats out C++, Rust, C#, and golang in gRPC throughput performance, submitted by Persism. Score 0, comments 5

First seen on Hacker News as WSLg Architecture on 21 Apr 2021, submitted by mfilion. Score 4, comments 0

Then appeared on Hacker News 12h32m later as WSLg Architecture, submitted by akquise. Score 2, comments 0

Then appeared on Lobste.rs 14 days later as WSLg Architecture, submitted by joshuacc. Score 4, comments 0

Then appeared on Hacker News 5h37m later as WSLg Architecture, submitted by CyberRabbi. Score 2, comments 0

First seen on Lobste.rs as tmp.0ut zine on 21 Apr 2021, submitted by freddyb. Score 50, comments 24  🔥

Then appeared on Hacker News 17 days later as Tmp.0ut Volume 1 – April 2021, submitted by pvitz. Score 1, comments 0  💤

First seen on Hacker News as ARM vs. RISC-V Vector Extensions on 10 Apr 2021, submitted by socialdemocrat. Score 5, comments 1

Then appeared on Hacker News 25 days later as ARM vs. RISC-V Vector Extensions, submitted by zdw. Score 92, comments 33  🔥   ⭐(8)

Then appeared on Lobste.rs 1h41m later as ARM vs RISC-V Vector Extensions, submitted by mpweiher. Score 7, comments 5

First seen on Hacker News as Modern C and What We Can Learn from It – ACCU 2021 on 09 Apr 2021, submitted by belter. Score 4, comments 1

Then appeared on Hacker News 26 days later as Modern C and What We Can Learn from It [video], submitted by pmarin. Score 137, comments 124  🔥   ⭐(7)

Then appeared on Lobste.rs 1 day later as Modern C and What We Can Learn From It, submitted by twodayslate. Score 2, comments 8 controversial

First seen on Hacker News as Hatetris on 29 Mar 2021, submitted by tathisit. Score 4, comments 0

Then appeared on /r/Programming 38 days later as HATETRIS: Tetris which always gives you the worst piece, submitted by azhenley. Score 233, comments 39  🔥

Then appeared on Lobste.rs 13h49m later as HATETRIS - tetris that always gives you the worst possible piece, submitted by sjamaan. Score 13, comments 1

Then appeared on /r/Programming 8h17m later as Tetris which always gives you the worst piece, submitted by binaryfor. Score 0, comments 3

First seen on Hacker News as Pastry A.I. That Learned to Fight Cancer on 18 Mar 2021, submitted by pseudolus. Score 15, comments 5  🔥   ⭐(11)

Then appeared on Hacker News 1 day later as The Pastry A.I. That Learned to Fight Cancer, submitted by SandroG. Score 2, comments 0

Then appeared on Hacker News 1 day later as Pastry AI that learned to fight cancer, submitted by dthread3. Score 1, comments 0  💤

Then appeared on Hacker News 3 days later as The Pastry A.I. That Learned to Fight Cancer, submitted by jsomers. Score 91, comments 19  🔥   ⭐(8)

Then appeared on Lobste.rs 41 days later as The Pastry A.I. That Learned to Fight Cancer, submitted by Anon84. Score 12, comments 3

First seen on Hacker News as Exploring My Doorbell on 15 Mar 2021, submitted by JNRowe. Score 4, comments 0

Then appeared on Lobste.rs 9h51m later as Exploring my doorbell, submitted by glacambre. Score 26, comments 0

Then appeared on Hacker News 8h2m later as Exploring My Doorbell, submitted by tate. Score 1, comments 0  💤

Then appeared on /r/Programming 50 days later as mjg59 | Exploring my doorbell, submitted by Smooth-Zucchini4923. Score 3, comments 0

First seen on Hacker News as Some Contributions on 26 Feb 2021, submitted by davesailer. Score 1, comments 0  💤

Then appeared on Hacker News 1 day later as Bertrand Meyer's contributions to software engineering, submitted by emme. Score 2, comments 0

Then appeared on Lobste.rs 66 days later as Some contributions, submitted by hwayne. Score 2, comments 6

First seen on Lobste.rs as Why no one should use the AT&T syntax ever, for any reason, under any circumstances on 13 Feb 2021, submitted by Moonchild. Score 55, comments 21  🔥

Then appeared on /r/Programming 15h14m later as Why no one should use the AT&T syntax ever, for any reason, under any circumstances, submitted by moon-chilled. Score 1, comments 0

Then appeared on Hacker News 83 days later as Why no one should use the AT&T syntax ever, submitted by yagizdegirmenci. Score 28, comments 8  🔥

First seen on Hacker News as GitHub Stale Bots – A False Economy on 18 Jan 2021, submitted by gitgud. Score 288, comments 156  🔥   ⭐(3)

Then appeared on /r/Programming 2h6m later as GitHub Stale Bots – A False Economy, submitted by iamkeyur. Score 75, comments 23  🔥

Then appeared on Lobste.rs 109 days later as Github Stale Bots: A False Economy, submitted by LolPython. Score 50, comments 28  🔥

First seen on /r/Programming as Guide For Exploring Large Open-Source Codebases on 03 Jan 2021, submitted by pncnmnp. Score 47, comments 1  🔥

Then appeared on Lobste.rs 12h19m later as General Guide For Exploring Large Open Source Codebases, submitted by calvin. Score 4, comments 0

Then appeared on Hacker News 125 days later as General Guide for Exploring Large Open Source Codebases, submitted by ingve. Score 2, comments 0

First seen on /r/Programming as Odin Programming Language: An Introduction - 2020-11-26 on 27 Nov 2020, submitted by gingerbill. Score 33, comments 24  🔥

Then appeared on Hacker News 3 days later as Odin Programming Language: An Introduction, submitted by gingerBill. Score 3, comments 0

Then appeared on Lobste.rs 159 days later as Odin Programming Language: An Introduction, submitted by vfoley. Score 5, comments 0

First seen on Lobste.rs as Automatic syntax error recovery on 17 Nov 2020, submitted by ltratt. Score 43, comments 8  🔥

Then appeared on /r/Programming 29 days later as Automatic Syntax Error Recovery for LR Parsers, submitted by alexeyr. Score 30, comments 10  🔥

Then appeared on Hacker News 140 days later as Automatic Syntax Error Recovery, submitted by azhenley. Score 1, comments 0  💤

First seen on Hacker News as Data Science Is Hard: ALSA in Firefox on 06 Nov 2020, submitted by staktrace. Score 5, comments 2

Then appeared on Hacker News 11h42m later as Data Science Is Hard: ALSA in Firefox, submitted by headalgorithm. Score 5, comments 0

Then appeared on Lobste.rs 182 days later as Data Science is Hard: ALSA in Firefox, submitted by calvin. Score 23, comments 25  🔥

First seen on Hacker News as BBC Radio 4 “In Our Time”: Alan Turing on 15 Oct 2020, submitted by timthorn. Score 8, comments 3  🔥

Then appeared on Hacker News 1 day later as In Our Time: Alan Turing, submitted by zeristor. Score 1, comments 0  💤

Then appeared on Hacker News 21h55m later as In Our Time: Alan Turing (Radio Programme), submitted by rwmj. Score 1, comments 2

Then appeared on Lobste.rs 201 days later as In Our Time, Alan Turing, submitted by jj5. Score 13, comments 0

First seen on Lobste.rs as Quare FreeBSD? on 06 Sep 2020, submitted by vermaden. Score 44, comments 34  🔥

Then appeared on Hacker News 241 days later as Quare FreeBSD? (Why FreeBSD?), submitted by textread. Score 4, comments 0

First seen on Lobste.rs as Awesome lists about all kinds of interesting topics on 03 Sep 2020, submitted by jaffachief. Score 5, comments 8 controversial

Then appeared on Hacker News 245 days later as Awesome lists of tech stuff, submitted by kulor. Score 2, comments 0

First seen on Hacker News as AWS Labs' Smithy – a protocol agnostic interface definition language on 09 May 2020, submitted by eyjafjallajokul. Score 8, comments 0

Then appeared on Hacker News 144 days later as Smithy – Defines and generates services and SDKs for any protocol, submitted by llimllib. Score 1, comments 0  💤

Then appeared on /r/Programming less than a minute later as Smithy - Defines and generates services and SDKs for any protocol, submitted by llimllib. Score 3, comments 0

Then appeared on Hacker News 104 days later as Smithy – A language for defining services and SDKs, submitted by johlo. Score 1, comments 0  💤

Then appeared on Hacker News 2 days later as AWS Smithy: A language for defining services and SDKs, submitted by based2. Score 6, comments 0

Then appeared on Hacker News 112 days later as Smithy: A language for defining services and SDKs, submitted by politician. Score 238, comments 70  🔥   ⭐(1)

Then appeared on /r/Programming 2h6m later as Smithy: Amazon's language for defining services and SDKs, submitted by azhenley. Score 42, comments 10  🔥

Then appeared on Lobste.rs 6h45m later as Smithy — A language for defining services and SDKs, submitted by mpweiher. Score 6, comments 0

First seen on Lobste.rs as No, really, pi is wrong: The Tau Manifesto on 14 Mar 2020, submitted by hwayne. Score 32, comments 12  🔥

Then appeared on Hacker News 1 year later as No, pi is wrong: The Tau Manifesto, submitted by adunk. Score 41, comments 13  🔥   ⭐(19)

First seen on Lobste.rs as Why should you use MeiliSearch over Elasticsearch? on 18 Feb 2020, submitted by qdequele. Score -4, comments 0  💤

Then appeared on Hacker News 1 year later as Why should you use MeiliSearch over Elasticsearch (2020), submitted by chynkm. Score 8, comments 0

First seen on Lobste.rs as The C4 model for visualising software architecture on 31 Jan 2020, submitted by zig. Score 8, comments 3

Then appeared on Hacker News 461 days later as The C4 model for visualising software architecture, submitted by kqr2. Score 1, comments 0  💤

First seen on Lobste.rs as Ideology - A talk by Gary Bernhardt from Strange Loop 2015 on 29 Nov 2017, submitted by tallgeoff. Score 15, comments 0

Then appeared on /r/Programming 2.1 years later 🧟 as Ideology - A talk by Gary Bernhardt from Strange Loop 2015, submitted by linus_stallman. Score 7, comments 2

Then appeared on Lobste.rs 160 days later as Ideology (2015), submitted by stchris. Score 19, comments 10  🔥

Then appeared on Hacker News 344 days later as Ideology – do unit tests make type systems unnecessary? (2015), submitted by Fannon. Score 3, comments 5

First seen on Hacker News as Linkinator: Scurry around your site and find all those broken links on 12 Nov 2019, submitted by breck. Score 4, comments 0

Then appeared on Lobste.rs 1m later as Linkinator: Scurry around your site and find all those broken links, submitted by breck. Score 2, comments 0  💤

Then appeared on Hacker News 2 days later as Finding a sites broken links with the Linkinator, submitted by rmason. Score 2, comments 0

Then appeared on Hacker News 1.5 years later as Linkinator: A super simple site crawler and broken link checker, submitted by breck. Score 3, comments 0

Then appeared on /r/Programming 2h36m later as Linkinator: A super simple site crawler and broken link checker, submitted by breck. Score 0, comments 0  💤

First seen on /r/Programming as Programming in 1969: An interview with my mom on 07 Aug 2019, submitted by emilern. Score 240, comments 41  🔥

Then appeared on Lobste.rs 1h7m later as Programming in 1969, submitted by calvin. Score 28, comments 6  🔥

Then appeared on /r/Programming 3 days later as Programming in 1969, submitted by CrankyBear. Score 38, comments 7  🔥

Then appeared on Hacker News 1.7 years later as Programming in 1969 (2019), submitted by codetrotter. Score 2, comments 0

First seen on Lobste.rs as History and effective use of Vim on 19 Jul 2019, submitted by begriffs. Score 32, comments 8  🔥

Then appeared on Hacker News 1.8 years later as History and Effective Use of Vim, submitted by sonograph. Score 1, comments 0  💤

First seen on Lobste.rs as Some Reflections on Early History by J.C.R. Licklider on 17 Jul 2019, submitted by sevan. Score 4, comments 0

Then appeared on Hacker News 1.8 years later as Some Reflections on Early History by JCR Licklider (VPRI 0093), submitted by doener. Score 4, comments 0

First seen on Lobste.rs as Assholes: A Probing Examination on 04 Jul 2019, submitted by Loup-Vaillant. Score 58, comments 33  🔥

Then appeared on Hacker News 1.8 years later as Assholes: A Probing Examination, submitted by appwiz. Score 2, comments 0

First seen on Hacker News as JavaScript BigInt and JSON on 01 Jul 2019, submitted by tosh. Score 1, comments 0  💤

Then appeared on Lobste.rs 1.8 years later as JavaScript BigInt and JSON, submitted by idrougge. Score 1, comments 0  💤

First seen on Hacker News as 3 Alternatives to Rubber Duck Debugging on 12 Jun 2019, submitted by massimo-nazaria. Score 2, comments 0

Then appeared on Lobste.rs 1.9 years later as 3 Alternatives to Rubber Duck Debugging, submitted by massimo. Score 7, comments 2

First seen on Lobste.rs as The Soul of Erlang and Elixir on 23 May 2019, submitted by unbalancedparentheses. Score 17, comments 0

Then appeared on Hacker News 2.0 years later as The Soul of Erlang and Elixir – Saša Jurić (2019) [video], submitted by 1_player. Score 14, comments 0  🔥

First seen on Lobste.rs as I wrote the book on user-friendly design. What I see today horrifies me on 10 May 2019, submitted by calvin. Score 25, comments 2

Then appeared on Hacker News 2.0 years later as I wrote the book on user-friendly design. What I see today horrifies me (2019), submitted by airstrike. Score 3, comments 0

Then appeared on Hacker News 4 days later as I wrote the book on user-friendly design. What I see today horrifies me, submitted by ashergill. Score 21, comments 1  🔥

Then appeared on Hacker News 21h51m later as I wrote the book on user-friendly design. What I see today horrifies me, submitted by edoloughlin. Score 4, comments 1

First seen on Lobste.rs as The MGR Window System on 07 Apr 2019, submitted by calvin. Score 8, comments 0

Then appeared on Hacker News 2.1 years later 🧟 as The MGR Window System, submitted by ecliptik. Score 6, comments 1

First seen on Lobste.rs as Software Engineering at Google on 11 Feb 2017, submitted by av. Score 4, comments 1

Then appeared on Lobste.rs 2.0 years later 🧟 as Software Engineering at Google, submitted by elburrito. Score 3, comments 0

Then appeared on Hacker News 2.2 years later 🧟 as Software Engineering at Google [pdf], submitted by dhairya. Score 5, comments 0

First seen on Hacker News as OOP Is Dead, Long Live Data-Oriented Design [video] on 29 Oct 2018, submitted by ibobev. Score 20, comments 2  🔥

Then appeared on Lobste.rs 2.5 years later 🧟 as CppCon 2018: OOP Is Dead, Long Live Data-oriented Design, submitted by moodyharsh. Score 1, comments 0  💤

First seen on Lobste.rs as AI winter is well on its way on 30 May 2018, submitted by calvin. Score 23, comments 11  🔥

Then appeared on Hacker News 2.9 years later 🧟 as AI Winter Is Well on Its Way, submitted by DevilMadeMeDoIT. Score 4, comments 0

First seen on Lobste.rs as The History of Unicode on 09 Feb 2018, submitted by calvin. Score 7, comments 0

Then appeared on Hacker News 3.2 years later 🧟 as Xkcd: The History of Unicode, submitted by srathi. Score 11, comments 0  🔥

First seen on Lobste.rs as What makes a Unicode code point safe? on 01 Dec 2017, submitted by calvin. Score 2, comments 0  💤

Then appeared on Hacker News 3.4 years later 🧟 as What makes a Unicode code point safe? (2017), submitted by ______-. Score 1, comments 0  💤

First seen on Lobste.rs as William Byrd on "The Most Beautiful Program Ever Written" on 24 Jul 2017, submitted by hashemi. Score 12, comments 1

Then appeared on /r/Programming 3.4 years later 🧟 as "The Most Beautiful Program Ever Written" - William Byrd, submitted by zilti. Score 4, comments 5

Then appeared on Hacker News 125 days later as The Most Beautiful Program Ever Written (2017), submitted by tosh. Score 1, comments 0  💤

First seen on Lobste.rs as Questions I'm asking in interviews on 03 Mar 2017, submitted by Dawny33. Score 41, comments 3  🔥

Then appeared on Hacker News 4.2 years later 🧟 as Questions I'm Asking in Interviews, submitted by archielc. Score 3, comments 0

First seen on Lobste.rs as A simple demo of phishing by abusing the browser autofill feature on 07 Jan 2017, submitted by calvin. Score 11, comments 0

Then appeared on Hacker News 4.3 years later 🧟 as A simple demo of phishing by abusing the browser autofill feature, submitted by josephscott. Score 3, comments 0

First seen on Lobste.rs as Free Software Needs Free Tools on 15 Dec 2016, submitted by pizzaiolo. Score 40, comments 17  🔥

Then appeared on Hacker News 4.4 years later 🧟 as Free Software Needs Free Tools (2010), submitted by pabs3. Score 1, comments 0  💤

First seen on Lobste.rs as WebUSB API on 10 Apr 2016, submitted by geocar. Score 4, comments 7 controversial

Then appeared on Hacker News 5.1 years later 🧟 as WebUSB API, submitted by tosh. Score 1, comments 0  💤

First seen on Lobste.rs as Happy 5000! on 08 Dec 2015, submitted by jm. Score 40, comments 6  🔥

Then appeared on Hacker News 5.4 years later 🧟 as Lobsters' Invitation Tree, submitted by simonpure. Score 1, comments 0  💤

First seen on Lobste.rs as A vim Tutorial and Primer on 02 Oct 2015, submitted by pushcx. Score 10, comments 0

Then appeared on Hacker News 5.6 years later 🧟 as Learn Vim for the Last Time: A Tutorial and Primer, submitted by sharjeelsayed. Score 4, comments 0


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