@firstname.lastname@example.org Management dysfunction
Recorded a quick demo of the new (declarative!) @email@example.com campaigns workflow.
We've flipped a lot of things around, especially in the CLI and in the frontend.
And I think that work paid off, I think we've now nailed it.
It *feels good* to use this!
“[@firstname.lastname@example.org] cut the indexing time by 95% for the huge Go AWS SDK repository, from 8 minutes to 24 seconds”
Amazing post :chef-kiss:! Thank you for linking to relevant PRs!
Something I wish I had of thought of earlier.
Run your own personal instance of @email@example.com & configure it to index everything. Anytime you reach for GitHub search or Google that's feedback that a repo needs to be added to your:
>always up to date, searchable, offline cache<
As promised, a first blog post around the Windows to .Net Core/Mesos migration of one of our biggest application
Here : https://medium.com/criteo-labs/moving-net-to-linux-at-scale-d8ff49b42661?sk=7937885764cf2212b9d83bbbb337e331
This one is framing the projects and its needs. We plan to release three more on Mesos/Marathon, .Net Core and the release. #CriteoEng
And here is the last of the series : https://twitter.com/nhelleringer/status/1303270766130212864?s=20
It's a long way to the top if you wanna rock'n'roll (#acdc \m/)
From article about #github and #hiring https://www.benfrederickson.com/github-wont-help-with-hiring/
“Nothing from me.”
FOSDEM 2021 will take place on Saturday 6 and Sunday 7 February 2021 as an online event. https://fosdem.org/2021/news/2020-09-01-dates-fosdem-2021/
Stagnation is easy, change is hard.
Looking at the Unix timeline at https://www.levenez.com/unix/ once more, one thing that really stands out is the loss of OS variance over time.
In the mid 80s, there was some crazy cross-pollination; by the mid 2000s, we're down to four-ish flavors with little to no code sharing.
We reduced our AWS spend by 75% mostly from using this tool from our SREs.
Public IaaS essential to move fast, being agile, but that also leads to a lot of things being turned on and not being shut off when finished. https://twitter.com/jeffbarr/status/1293971286935236612
NEW: A security researcher published today details about a Safari bug after Apple delayed patching it to next year
-bug could be abused to leak/steal local files from users devices
-impacts both Safari for iOS and macOS alike
@firstname.lastname@example.org @email@example.com 10/ If you want to dive deeper, there's an interesting research paper on Google's epic code repo and how (and why) engineers search for code:
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Are you a #Kubernetes newbie and preparing for #KubeCon? Let my Senior SRE buddy with 15 years or Kubernetes experience escort you around the block! @CloudNativeFdn@twitter.com #CNCF @firstname.lastname@example.org #Linux #Docker #Containers #DevOps #KubeConEU See you next week!
A new Yegge blog post on deprecation https://email@example.com/dear-google-cloud-your-deprecation-policy-is-killing-you-ee7525dc05dc you might have liked his earlier funny ones
We applaud Epic for standing up to Apple's efforts to extort developers. Apple has also previously threatened to remove ProtonMail if we didn't force Proton users to pay higher prices with in-app purchases. Here's why this fight matters: https://protonmail.com/blog/apple-app-store-antitrust/ #freefortnite https://twitter.com/nytimes/status/1294010866971672583
@firstname.lastname@example.org Unfortunatelly, if org is broken then there are no microservices that can solve that problem.
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