69 / How I Hacked my Car

This is issue #69 of Arnes Weekly from

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Tweet of the Week

"Running a successful open source project is just Good Will Hunting in reverse, where you start out as a respected genius and end up being a janitor who gets into fights."
Quote attributed to @cra, and I don't think I've ever seen anything more true posted.

β€” @axboe on Twitter


Breaking apart the monolith

9 min · github.com

Shawn Wang about the social component of open source and steps to reduce burnout.


Using unwrap() in Rust is Okay

28 min · blog.burntsushi.net

Andrew Gallant about panicking in Rust.


3 min · matklad.github.io

Aleksey Kladov about the practice of having an ARCHITECTURE.md file in your repository.

Why macOS Ventura Share menu is bad

2 min · lapcatsoftware.com

Jeff Johnson about the inconsistencies of the settings app in the new macOS.

Go wishlist

2 min · brandur.org

Brandur has four wishes for Go 1.20.

From Oscilloscope to Wireshark - A UDP Story

21 min · mattkeeter.com

Matt Keeter takes the analogue signal of a UDP packet and explains how to decode it.

I Don’t Like Go’s Default HTTP Handlers

3 min · preslav.me

Preslav Rachev about the missing error value in Go's HTTP handlers.

How I Hacked my Car

13 min · programmingwithstyle.com

greenluigi1 explains how they hacked their 2021 Hyundai in series of three blog posts.

The State Of Rust In 2022

4 min · deprogrammaticaipsum.com

Adrian Kosmaczewski about the state of Rust.

Cutting Room Floor

Why thinking hard makes us feel tired

3 min · nature.com

Heidi Ledford about a recent study on how cognitive work affects fatigue.

iOS Privacy: Instagram and Facebook can track anything you do on any website in their in-app browser

12 min · krausefx.com

Felix Krause about their research on Meta's tracking system in the iOS in-app browser. Thanks, Eric!


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