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Security is really hard! A couple years ago many popular programming languages and the Linux kernel changed their hash function due to the discovery of hash flooding. Essentially if an attacker knew your non-cryptographic hash function they could generate values that would all end up in the same bin increasing the time linearly for some lookups!

Unification in a library I'm working on can now be done under a namespace! What this means is that variables not in the namespace are treated as constants during pattern matching. Just like control structure has scope in most programming languages, patterns can be treated with scope!

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E43 version 0.9.0 has been released! git.koyu.space/koyu/e43/releas

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One of the things I both fear and anticipate in subdued cautious excitement is AI being used to make website specific virtual avatars. They probably won't be all too much smarter than clippy at first, but due to community sentimentality people will likely grow attached to them quickly.