In the early afternoon I finished book 4 of the Dune Chronicles by Frank Herbert: God Emperor of Dune. I liked the book a little less than the previous 3. The beginning and the ending was good but the middle part was a bit boring to me.
In this post I’ll describe how to implement caches in Rust. It is inspired by two recent refactors I landed at nearcore (nearcore#6549, nearcore#6811). Based on that experience, it seems that implementing caches wrong is rather easy, and making a mistake there risks “spilling over”, and spoiling the overall architecture of the application a bit.
Source: Caches In Rust, an article by Aleksey Kladov.
A few years ago I've written in some detail about the Y combinator, including implementations in Clojure and Python.
This short post is showing how to implement the Y combinator in Go using generics; in general, static typing makes the Y combinator somewhat less appealing, but I figured that generics will at least allow the implementation to be reasonably reusable. Not that this is useful in any real-world scenario, of course :-)
Source: The Y combinator in Go with generics, an article by Eli Bendersky.
Leto Atreides, the God Emperor of Dune, is dead. In the fifteen hundred years since his passing, the Empire has fallen into ruin. The great Scattering saw millions abandon the crumbling civilization and spread out beyond the reaches of known space. The planet Arrakis—now called Rakis—has reverted to its desert climate, and its great sandworms are dying.
Now the Lost Ones are returning home in pursuit of power. And as these factions vie for control over the remnants of the Empire, a girl named Sheeana rises to prominence in the wastelands of Rakis, sending religious fervor throughout the galaxy. For she possesses the abilities of the Fremen sandriders—fulfilling a prophecy foretold by the late God Emperor....
In the evening I started in book 5 of the Dune Chronicles by Frank Herbert: Heretics of Dune.