A list of links and notes I collect throughout the year.

Link, Article, Note Desc
jq-play Working with jq in terminal scripts it’s always good to be able to quickly iron out the details. This page greatly healps with that.
bazel build basics Quote: […] Some history and basics of building and build systems, including design decisions that went into making Baze. An excellent summary about build system types. I like a lot because it reveales the motivations behind the decisions that lead to the given approaches.
Youtube: Giving Personality to Procedural Animations using Math A brilliant video. Explains how to implement natural and configurable movements for procedural animations.
https://www.manim.community An open source toolkit to create math animations.
Youtube: The Trick I Used to Make Combat Fun! - Devlog Also great.
motion canvas.io A very unique and clever approach to design animations for presentations and animations with code.
Framework 7 Similar to https://onsen.io/. Build web application that mimic mobile os native look & feel.
Youtube: Faster than Rust and C++: the PERFECT hash table Extreme Hash Table optimization. It’s not just fun to watch but it also explains the inner workings of an important data structure.
Youtube: What’s a Memory Allocator Anyway? - Benjamin Feng I was playing around with Zig and found this great video about how heap memory allocation can work.
Youtube: Is the COST of JavaScriptโ€™s GC REALLY that high? Watching ThePrimeTime - Prime Reacts I found this. Especially interesting to learn that V8 intentially uses frame-pauses to perform GC (if possible).
XML is the future Article about trends and how devs are impacted by hype.

Quick note: the linked content of the articles, videos or websites here do not necessarily reflect my personal opinion. In some cases I might even disagree with all of its content but still like to share it. Over time the content behind a link might be edited or a blog changed into something different. Keep that in mind while enjoying the good stuff. If you find something really bad let me know: cschnack@gmx.de