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commit d38475a085d57beaa71bc232fe2e22e5fd267dfa
parent fb8b154bfa2548a82b481406b9621631f8c8fd11
Author: Hugo Soucy <hugo@soucy.cc>
Date:   Wed, 21 Apr 2021 20:58:46 -0400

Add new bookmarks about lua and sqlite

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Acontent/2021/mp/lua-a-misunderstood-language.lua | 8++++++++
Acontent/2021/mp/lua-a-misunderstood-language.md | 16++++++++++++++++
Acontent/2021/mp/sqlite-the-only-database-you-will-ever-need-in-most-cases.lua | 8++++++++
Acontent/2021/mp/sqlite-the-only-database-you-will-ever-need-in-most-cases.md | 13+++++++++++++
4 files changed, 45 insertions(+), 0 deletions(-)

diff --git a/content/2021/mp/lua-a-misunderstood-language.lua b/content/2021/mp/lua-a-misunderstood-language.lua @@ -0,0 +1,8 @@ +return { + title = "Lua, a misunderstood language", + url = "https://andregarzia.com/2021/01/lua-a-misunderstood-language.html", + date = "2021-04-17", + datetime = "21:16:33", + posttype = "bookmark", + keywords = { "lua","advocacy","programming", } +} diff --git a/content/2021/mp/lua-a-misunderstood-language.md b/content/2021/mp/lua-a-misunderstood-language.md @@ -0,0 +1,16 @@ +<https://andregarzia.com/2021/01/lua-a-misunderstood-language.html> + +> &laquo;Lua is one of my favourite programming languages. I’ve used it +> to build a CMS for my old educational website, for creating cool IoT +> hardware projects, for building little games, and experimenting with +> network decentralisation. Still, I don’t consider myself an expert on +> it at all, I am at most a somewhat competent user. This is to say that +> I have had exposure to it in various contexts and through many years +> but I am not deep into its implementation or ecosystem. Because of +> that, it kinda pains me when I read blog posts and articles about Lua +> that appear to completely miss the objective and context of the +> language. Usually these posts read like a rant or a list of +> demands. Most recently, I saw a post about Lua’s Lack of Batteries on +> LWN and a discussion about that post on Hacker News that made me want +> to write back. In this post I’ll address some of the comments I’ve +> seen on that original article and on Hacker News.&raquo; diff --git a/content/2021/mp/sqlite-the-only-database-you-will-ever-need-in-most-cases.lua b/content/2021/mp/sqlite-the-only-database-you-will-ever-need-in-most-cases.lua @@ -0,0 +1,8 @@ +return { + title = "SQLite the only database you will ever need in most cases", + url = "https://unixsheikh.com/articles/sqlite-the-only-database-you-will-ever-need-in-most-cases.html", + date = "2021-04-18", + datetime = "08:47:12", + posttype = "bookmark", + keywords = { "sql","sqlite","database","webdev", } +} diff --git a/content/2021/mp/sqlite-the-only-database-you-will-ever-need-in-most-cases.md b/content/2021/mp/sqlite-the-only-database-you-will-ever-need-in-most-cases.md @@ -0,0 +1,13 @@ +<https://unixsheikh.com/articles/sqlite-the-only-database-you-will-ever-need-in-most-cases.html> + +> &laquo;The name SQLite is a nice name, but the "lite" part is misleading, it +> sounds like it is only useful for tiny things - which is very +> wrong. SQLite should be named AwesomeSQL, because that is what it +> is. SQLite is probably the only database you will ever need in most +> cases.&raquo; + +Je n'y connais pas grand chose, mais j'ai trouvé ça très +instructif. Il y a aussi cet autre article que j'ai découvert +récemment, et qui donne davantage d'exemples: + +[SQLite is not a toy database](https://antonz.org/sqlite-is-not-a-toy-database/).