July 24
So it's 2:00 am in Seoul. Having a bout of insomnia, I checked in on the reddit thread for the latest blog post and saw a comment that reminded me that I keep forgetting to set up a GC page on the blog. So I did. This lists all the posts in the series with a brief summary, as opposed to showing each post in its entirety (which is what happens when you click the GC category). In future, if you'd like to post a link somewhere to the GC series on the blog, please use this one:

http://dlang.org/blog/the-gc-series/

As an addendum, note that there's only one post in the "Tools and Strategies" section. I'm still looking for guest posts to flesh that out. If there's a library or idiom you use that you think others may find useful, for @nogc or otherwise, please consider writing a post about it.

Thanks!
July 25
On Monday, 24 July 2017 at 17:08:08 UTC, Mike Parker wrote:
> So it's 2:00 am in Seoul. Having a bout of insomnia, I checked in on the reddit thread for the latest blog post and saw a comment that reminded me that I keep forgetting to set up a GC page on the blog. So I did. This lists all the posts in the series with a brief summary, as opposed to showing each post in its entirety (which is what happens when you click the GC category). In future, if you'd like to post a link somewhere to the GC series on the blog, please use this one:
>
> http://dlang.org/blog/the-gc-series/
>
> As an addendum, note that there's only one post in the "Tools and Strategies" section. I'm still looking for guest posts to flesh that out. If there's a library or idiom you use that you think others may find useful, for @nogc or otherwise, please consider writing a post about it.
>
> Thanks!

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