John Cowan linked to this in a comment on my post on tagged pointers. It's a very comprehensive look at datatype implementations in (mostly) Lisp implementations.
(Is this the by the same Stan Shebs who wrote XConq back in the day?)
There's a bunch of different reasons why packets might get corrupted in-flight. This research finds out signals for distinguishing between those cases (+ congestion-induced packet loss) and recommends specific maintenance tasks to fix the problems.
A design for a key-value store for update-heavy applications.
A critique of the GDPR as a piece of legislation from somebody who a) appears to be a privacy activist, b) works as a GDPR DPO.
Another story of debugging and mitigating a problem in a closed source program.