I’ve been (slowly) making my way through FOSDEM `23 presentations and caught up to Peter Lowe‘s “Bizarre and Unusual Uses of DNS • Rule 53: If you can think of it, someone’s done it in the DNS” talk. DNS oddities are items I collect whenever I see them, and while I knew about a good… Continue reading
Post Category → Golang
Honk If You Like The Fediverse!
This is a re-post from today’s newsletter. I generally avoid doing this but the content here is def more “bloggy” than “newslettery”. You can now receive these blog posts in your activity stream. Just follow @email@example.com and the new posts from here will slide right into your timeline. So, you’ve committed to abandoning the bird… Continue reading
A WeatherFlow Tempest UDP Broadcast Receiver in Golang, Rust, Swift, and C++
After a Twitter convo about weather stations I picked up a WeatherFlow Tempest. Setup was quick, but the sensor package died within 24 hours. I was going to give up on it but I had written an R package (for the REST API & UDP broadcast interfaces) and C++ utility (for just the UDP broadcast… Continue reading
Making macOS Universal Apps in Swift with Universal Golang Static Libraries
There are a plethora of amazingly useful Golang libraries, and it has been possible for quite some time to use Go libraries with Swift. The advent of the release of the new Apple Silicon/M1/arm64 architecture for macOS created the need for a new round of “fat”/”universal” binaries and libraries to bridge the gap between legacy… Continue reading