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Playing the Open Source Game

April 12, 2021

The Zig project has a non-profit foundation that needs to be managed, a community to shape, and the actual language to develop. These are…

The First Zig Website Redesign

January 13, 2021

A friendlier first impression for programmers with a wider range of backgrounds.

You Should Play Secret Hitler

October 22, 2020

Let's talk about Secret Hitler, now that everyone is playing Among Us and Among U.S.

Zig's New Relationship with LLVM

September 28, 2020

While not yet at version 1.0, Zig is about to reach a new level of maturity and stability.

Addio Redis, I'm leaving Redis Labs

July 06, 2020

Thanks Antirez for the code, the Redis manifesto, and for the free karma especially.

What is Zig's “Colorblind” Async/Await?

June 21, 2020

An introduction to Zig's curious concurrent programming API.

The Upcoming Future of Online Meetups

June 13, 2020

As we adventure into the phase where society needs to learn to cohabit with the virus, the tech industry comes to the full realization that…

So you're a Remote Worker Now

April 05, 2020

Make the most of the global remote-working experiment.

The Good, the Bad and the Ugly Standup

January 26, 2020

In this world there are two types of standup, my friend: comedy and meetings.
You do meetings.

Why Go and not Rust?

September 10, 2019

What's the role of Go in a universe where Rust exists?

What is Zig's Comptime?

August 05, 2019

Let's take a quick look at what compile-time execution looks like in Zig.

I Want Simple, Not Just Easy

July 21, 2019

You've surely read plenty about how simple is good, but what's wrong with easy?