In May, hackers leaked a portion of Snapchat’s top secret source code to the wider Internet. Snapchat owner Snap Inc was quick to issue a takedown notice, but the Internet never forgets. You can still find it, if you know where to look. I got my hands on a copy last night. What impressed me is the cleanliness of the code. No, I’m not talking about the structure of the methods and sensible variable names. I mean that it’s literally clean, like a Mr. Rogers after-school special, with precisely zero profanity to be found anywhere. And believe me, I looked.…

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