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Fri 02 Oct 2020

Introducing Swift Atomics

I’m delighted to announce Swift Atomics, a new open source package that enables direct use of low-level atomic operations in Swift code. The goal of this library is to enable intrepid systems programmers to start building synchronization constructs (such as concurrent data structures) directly in Swift.

Source: Introducing Swift Atomics, an article by Karoy Lorentey.

Increasing http.Server boilerplate

One great feature of Go is the built-in http.Server. It allows each app to serve HTTP and HTTPS traffic without having to put a reverse proxy such as Nginx in front of it.

Source: Increasing http.Server boilerplate, an article by Bojan Živanović.