Sometimes, text just doesn't cut it. I need to communicate my excitement and zoom in and yell a little because we are witnessing wonderful things.
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I ported some Advent of Code solutions from C/C++ to Rust, and used the opportunity to compare performance. When I couldn't explain why they performed differently, I had no choice but to disassemble both and look at what the codegen was like!
Let's talk about big TV and movie studios. About the life and death of CollegeHumor, about what makes Dropout interesting, and how their video platform could be improved!
We want to hook a function, so that our code gets called... but we also want the original code to execute. How the heck does that work?
A descent into madness.
You wouldn't remux a movie. Or would you?
Are you ever confronted with a problem and then think to yourself "wait a minute, I know how to code?" — that's exactly what happened there.
Hey Notepad! Nice process you got there. Would be a shame if someone were to... butt in.
In this video, we learn about applications and processes and threads, and use Win32 APIs to create a remote thread in another process, running into all kinds of complications on the way there.
Those who learn from history are doomed to repeat that fucking proverb.
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