I figured out how to build sqlite fiddle with a sqlite extension and wrote up notes alongside code. I learned a lot about compiling C into WASM along the way, and SQLite remains a joy to work with - the aggregate C file is such a great idea.
There is a proposal to bring levelled logging to the golang standard library. I'll be interested to see how it compares to zerolog et al. Like many others, I have written and abandoned my own levelled logging wrapper around the stdlib.
Speaking of logging, I revisited this article about using canonical log lines, the practice of each service request emitting a single wide long line when it completes. I wish go logging libraries supported the pattern of accumulating log bits as it proceeded, then emitting them at the end, better.
Raph Levien demonstrates and explains a new best technique for creating parallel curves of cubic Bézier paths. I worked a bit about that in the past here when making Sol LeWitt drawings and have been following Raph's work that helped me a ton since.