Rene Dudfield: Draft 2 of, ^Let's write a unit test!^

So, I started writing this for people who want to ‘contribute’ to Community projects, and also Free Libre or Open source projects. Maybe you’d like to get involved, but are unsure of where to begin? Follow along with this tutorial, and peek at the end in the “what is a git for?” section for explanations of what some of the words mean. Draft 1, 2018/07/18 – initial draft.Draft 2, 2019/11/04 – two full unit test examples, assertions, making a pull request, use python 3 unittest substring search, “good first issue”…

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CSS Multiple-column Layout Level 1 updated Working Draft

Today I have published a new Working Draft of CSS Multiple-column Layout Level 1. This WD includes a number of changes and clarifications based on discussion and resolutions made since the last publication in May 2018. Significant updates You can find the significant changes from the May 2018 draft in the changes section of the draft. In particular I would appreciate a review of the changes to the section, The Multi-column Model. This section has undergone a significant rewrite, based on input from Morten Stenshorne and help from fantasai. Additional…

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Programming 

Rene Dudfield: post modern C tooling – draft 2

DRAFT 1 – 9/16/19, 7:19 PM, I’m still working on this, but it’s already useful and I’d like some feedback – so I decided to share it early. DRAFT 2 – 10/1/19, mostly additions to static analysis tools. This is a post about contemporary C tooling. Tooling for making higher quality C, faster. In 2001 or so people started using the phrase “Modern C++”. So now that it’s 2019, I guess we’re in the post modern era? Anyway, this isn’t a post about C++ code, but some of this information…

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