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#150 – December 22, 2022

The End of Programming

The end of classical computer science is coming, and most of us are dinosaurs waiting for the meteor to hit.

How I still use Flash

When Adobe killed Flash Player in 2020, I didn't want my Flash games to disappear forever.

Sigils are an underappreciated programming technology

Sigils – those odd, non-alphabetic prefix characters that many programmers associate with Bash scripting; the $ in echo $USER – have a bit of a bad reputation.

Okta's source code stolen after GitHub repositories hacked

In a 'confidential' email notification sent by Okta and seen by BleepingComputer, the company states that attackers gained access to its GitHub repositories this month and stole the company's source code.

We can now 3D print as much wood as we want without cutting a single tree

3D-printed wood was one of the most promising innovations of 2022. Here is how scientists grew wood in the lab for the first time.

Porsche’s synthetic gasoline factory comes online today in Chile

The Haru Oni plant will scale up from 34,000 gallons to 14.5 million gallons by 2024.


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