anyone installed #nextcloud 15 yet?
I'm looking for the official docker image to be released
Rep. Steve King (R-Iowa) asked Google CEO Sundar Pichai to disclose the names of more than 1,000 employees who work on the search engine’s algorithm to examine for “a built-in bias.”
“There is a very strong conviction on this side of the aisle that the algorithms are written with a bias against conservatives,” King said Tuesday during a House Judiciary hearing.
“What we don’t know are who are these thousand people and we don’t know what their social media looks like.”
I've posted a few times about changes at work, my manager resigned and I put myself forward for the role. went through the internal interview process last week.. never done an internal interview before, very different when you know the people interviewing..
Today I got the job Automation and Service Reliability manager.
lots of positive DevOps, planning, server build automation and technical debt removal to sort out next year
this made me chuckle, one for the IT guys
This blog post for remote-work newbies also contains some useful tips for more experienced remoties: https://24ways.org/2018/thriving-as-a-remote-worker/
An interesting read, the demo in the 60s that went on to define how we still use computers today.
50 years ago, Douglas Engelbart's ‘Mother of All Demos’ changed personal technology forever
to sum up the internet we live in, in a single story
Apple’s squid emoji has been anatomically incorrect for years, Monterey Bay Aquarium points out
shots given = 0
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there seem to be several Linux phones in pipelines, just seen a KDE based one in the tech press today.
while a personal opinion is the phone market needs something new. I can't help think the costs involved in getting a mobile Linux device are huge and ongoing.
should this stop them? totally not, I just can't help think yet again Linux shows its biggest problem is dilution and choice. too many projects vying for a space consumers are already confused by..
pay your respects at the Google cemetery
IT sysadmin, dabbling in DevOps, work in Automation and take photos in my spare time
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