Scylla seeks craftsman to help with database tools and drivers
FULLY REMOTE https://twitter.com/welovegolang/status/1173545157674831872
@email@example.com @firstname.lastname@example.org If whole team is on same flight you are screwed! ;D
.@email@example.com is solving the problem of team communication during long haul flights ✈️ http://bfy.buzz
„Data is a toxic asset. We need to start thinking about it as such, and treat it as we would any other source of toxicity. To do anything else is to risk our security and privacy. ” @firstname.lastname@example.org
@email@example.com @firstname.lastname@example.org The "vaas" mentioned here is in fact the acronym for "VIP-as-a-service", it's an internal ctrl plane and a collection of "provisioners" to configure network assets, using Consul as an entrypoint and a metadata/state reference.
We'll give some details here: https://twitter.com/HAProxy/status/1171419921403850752
Kids today: "you mean the 'save' button represents some kind of physical storage disk? OMG"
Me today: "you mean 'upper case' and 'lower case' refer to the physical cases where printers kept their letters? OMG"
Check your physical pentest scope. Always communicate potential courses of action in writing. This is going to be a landmark event for pentesters everywhere.
@email@example.com @Bearskij@twitter.com @firstname.lastname@example.org Current approach is wrong and bad. It's causing brillant folks to flame out and leave software.
Watch above (4mins)
Service mesh is ESB for millennials.
New breach: XKCD had 562k accounts breached last month. The phpBB forum exposed email and IP addresses, usernames and passwords stored in MD5 phpBB3 format. 58% of addresses were already in @email@example.com https://haveibeenpwned.com/
Kubernetes is cult. Don't @ me.
Have you ever wondered why you can call bind() only once? Why socket can't be attached to both port :80/tcp and :443/tcp? Why you can bind to ip/32 and 0.0.0.0/0 but not ip/24 ?
Because BSD Sockets API was developed in 1983.
We are fixing the binding semantics in Linux today! https://twitter.com/jkbs0/status/1166991678466592769
Stack Overflow Teams with up to 10 users are FREE FREE FREE forever this month.
Sorry, we can't join your Slack https://www.reifyworks.com/writing/2019-09-03-sorry-we-cant-join-your-slack
employee: I want growth in my role
company: *installs ping pong table*
company: *creates fully-stocked snack room*
company: *employs a live DJ in the office*
company: some people just aren't a good culture fit.
Reminder that the #golang race detector is amazing. It can however also hide bugs, because it changes the way things are scheduled, and slows them down a teensy bit! Run CI with and without.
TinyGo Brings Go To Arduino
Go — a modern programming language with roots at Google — is one of the new generation languages that would like to unseat C (and C++) for what we think of as traditional programming. It is only for PCs, though, right? Not so… https://hackaday.com/2019/09/04/tinygo-brings-go-to-arduino/
"Anyone who would trade a little freedom for a little personal safety deserves neither freedom nor safety." https://boingboing.net/2019/09/04/great-stroll-forward.html
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