This should work in iTunes. (This link http://danielbmarkham.com/podcast/rss is a podcast feed) If it doesn't work, here's a direct link to the mp3: 2022-07-08 Nerd Roundup!
|The Windows malloc() Implementation Is A Trash Fire
|Love me a good programming rant. And instead of hello world, why not see you later, allocator?
|Meiosis is all you need
|If workable, some profound implications here. Top HN comment at one point was "now you just need a polygenic scoring system that isn't complete shit" And hence the return of polygenic scoring from a few NR episodes earlier
|SHGA Shanghai Gov National Police Database for sale (1B entries) (breached.to)
|Holy cow, batman! One billion records of ID information for Chinese! Can we stop this mutual worldwide suicide pact now, or must it continue until it hurts more?
Kubernetes is a red flag that you are prematurely optimizing
Nerds arrive ready to rumble
|YOMG! Nerd sacred cow skewered. Cue up villagers with torches and pitchforks in 3, 2, 1... Also, semi-rhetorical question: let's say we live in some magical future world where most business problems can be solved in just a few lines of magic code x. There are also hundreds of highly-specialized and complex tools for really oddball cases. When companies get into situations where they need these tools, they pay 10, maybd 100x the going rate of regular programmers. So -- which tech are you going to learn and master? Which tech are you going to use on that new project, whether it needs it or not?
|Colossus under the hood: a peek into Google’s scalable storage system
|Whoa. Cool inside baseball tech story, bro
|We asked GPT-3 to write an academic paper about itself
|Is music universal?
|I understand this question (physics). I do not understand this question (beauty). I have no idea WTH this question is even talking about (language)
|Camera model identification based on forensic traces extracted from homogeneous patches
|Freaking everybody knows everything. Eventually we'll reach the point where you step outside your tent and fart in a National Forest and suddenly new records are added to dozens of databases
|Robot nose that can smell disease on your breath
|I'm not sure we're really able to intellectually process things that sorta work like our senses, but go past that into new territory, like the cameras that see blood flow
|the keyboard waffle iron
|Where have you been all of my life?
|retrofitted tube TV allows Raspberry Pi to loop black and white movies
|cute as heck and looks like a fun project