10 Ways to Stop an Erlang VM @elbrujohalcon https://medium.com/erlang-battleground/10-ways-to-stop-an-erlang-vm-7016bd593a5
HQ Trivia Reverse Engineering https://en.fabernovel.com/insights/tech-en/hq-trivia-reverse-engineering
The Dynamics of Scaling an Organization https://blog.gojekengineering.com/the-dynamics-of-scaling-an-organisation-cb96dbe8aecd
Hidden text fingerprints and how to avoid them. https://medium.com/@aidobreen/hidden-text-fingerprints-and-how-to-avoid-them-d0103edd2ce4
Google, Microsoft, and Mozilla Put Their Backing Behind New WebAuthn API https://www.bleepingcomputer.com/news/security/google-microsoft-and-mozilla-put-their-backing-behind-new-webauthn-api/
biometrics as identity 👍
biometrics as authentication 👎
Fuscia sounds both amazing and scary. An AI/assistant first operating system is equally the most amazing thing and the most intrusive thing. I suppose everything is headed this way, but it will be interesting to see how much resistance is offered to counter these types of things (my guess is not much until it's way too late) https://9to5google.com/2018/03/23/fuchsia-friday-maxwell/
What does GDPR mean for Mobile App Owners? — 12 Use Cases https://medium.com/droidsonroids/what-does-gdpr-mean-for-mobile-app-owners-12-use-cases-e047500772e3
Announcing 184.108.40.206: the fastest, privact-first consumer DNS service https://blog.cloudflare.com/announcing-1111/
IETF Approves TLS 1.3 as Internet Standard
Facebook scraped call, text message data for years from Android phones https://arstechnica.com/information-technology/2018/03/facebook-scraped-call-text-message-data-for-years-from-android-phones/
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a great analogy between programming and gardening
I'm confident there will be long term benefits to doing this. We are a small team now but looking to double or more over the next year. I'll probably blog about all of this as we grow - what needs to change, what's paying off, etc.
We are currently a flat organization and there wasn't a demand to do this other than being sick and tired of having to read how to deploy X service for the 10th time. Automate what you can when you can.
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