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OpenTF sticks a fork in Terraform
OpenTF announces they’re forking Terraform and joining the Linux Foundation, Meta gets in the LLM-for-codegen game with Code Llama, Matt Mullenweg announces WordPress.com’s new 100-year plan, Paul Gichuki from Thinkst learns that default behaviors stick (and so do examples) & Marco Otte-Witte makes his case for Rust on the web.
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(00:00) - Intro
(00:46) - OpenTF forks Terraform
(02:08) - Meta announces Code Llama
(02:48) - Sponsor: Sentry
(03:48) - WordPress.com offers 100-year plan
(04:44) - Default behavior sticks (so do examples)
(06:26) - The case for Rust for the web
(07:24) - Outro