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One year as a solo dev building open-source data tools without funding
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SQLite in Go, with and without cgo
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HTML event handler attributes: down the rabbit hole
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Surveying SQL parser libraries in a few high-level languages
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What's new in dsq? March 2022 update
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Speeding up Go's builtin JSON encoder up to 55% for large arrays of objects
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The world of PostgreSQL wire compatibility
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dsq: Commandline tool for running SQL queries against JSON, CSV, Excel, Parquet, and more.
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Analyzing large JSON files via partial JSON parsing
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Running SQL Server in a container on Github Actions
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Benchmarking esbuild, swc, tsc, and babel for React/JSX projects
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Building a fast SCSS-like rule expander for CSS using fuzzy parsing
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Experimenting with column- and row-oriented datastructures
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Notes on running Electron
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Writing an efficient object previewer for JavaScript
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React without webpack: fast path to a working app from scratch
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Windows and Mac builds available for DataStation, the open-source data IDE
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Controlled HTML select element in React has weird default UX
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Languages you can run in the browser, part 1: Python, JavaScript, SQLite
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Introducing DataStation, the open-source data IDE for developers
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