Jochen Breuer

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Jochen Breuer

11 days ago

People vs. Companies

collaborativefund.com

Jochen Breuer

15 days ago

Toward Go 2

blog.golang.org

Jochen Breuer

31 days ago

The Lost LED Revolution: Light Pollution Is Increasing

skyandtelescope.com

Jochen Breuer

55 days ago

Completely Silent Computer

tp69.blog

Jochen Breuer

69 days ago

The human scalability of “DevOps”

medium.com

Jochen Breuer

72 days ago

Don't get confused, this is not dotnet specific. The title should be "Expression Problems in Functional and Object Oriented Programming"

The Expression Problem

The Expression Problem in .NET — Camden Reslink

code.camdenreslink.com

Jochen Breuer

76 days ago

A framework for thinking about Open Source Sustainability?

ivory.idyll.org

Jochen Breuer

95 days ago

Gallup has reported that over the past 50 years, than we did in the 1950s. That’s a lot. A lot of that has to do with having TV on all the time, and mobile phones are taking it to the next level.

Why eight hours a night isn’t enough, according to a leading sleep scientist

qz.com

Jochen Breuer

111 days ago

The Coral Reef Pattern of incremental improvement

smashcompany.com

Jochen Breuer

123 days ago

AsteroidOS is an open alternative to Wear OS you can install today

engadget.com

Jochen Breuer

125 days ago

Bitcoin is an environmental desaster and we need to recognise it as such!

Bitcoin’s energy use got studied, and you libertarian nerds look even worse than usual

grist.org

Jochen Breuer

136 days ago

How to Survive Your 40s

nytimes.com

Jochen Breuer

148 days ago

“The point is: The novelty effect isn’t a sham. It’s not an illusion. We really do experience genuine bursts of creativity or productivity from trying out some new tool.”

How To Give Your Brain A Break Without Booking Vacation Days

blog.trello.com

Jochen Breuer

149 days ago

Even though modern chips are dizzyingly complex, the openness of RISC-V means it's “more feasible to scrutinise”, he said.
“In principle, we can analyse what's in the microarchitecture, and see how that could lead to security holes,” he said.

Brains behind iOS' secure microkernel start moving it to RISC-V

theregister.co.uk

Jochen Breuer

153 days ago

Do I see a user case for the Linux desktop? Hell yes! Especially if you think about the market for Chromebooks.

Transactional Updates: Refinements & FAQ

kubic.opensuse.org

Jochen Breuer

156 days ago

SaltStack as an Alternative to Terraform for AWS Orchestration

eng.lyft.com

Jochen Breuer

168 days ago

This is a very interesting addition to the Linux kernel!

Designing ELF modules

lwn.net

Jochen Breuer

171 days ago

A radical proposal to keep your personal data safe

theguardian.com

Jochen Breuer

176 days ago

This is probably also going to be interesting for #python.

A New Ruby Application Server: NGINX Unit

speedshop.co

Jochen Breuer

185 days ago

Using Go as a scripting language in Linux

blog.cloudflare.com

Jochen Breuer

187 days ago

Why Racket? Why Lisp? : Butterick’s Practical Typography

practicaltypography.com

Jochen Breuer

191 days ago

The flaws seem to be real, but: "The researchers gave AMD less than 24 hours to examine at the vulnerabilities and respond before publishing their report. In almost every responsible vulnerability disclosure, companies are given at least 90 days to fix a flaw…"

AMD investigating chip security flaws after less than 24 hours notice

zdnet.com

Jochen Breuer

192 days ago

Since Code of Conducts seem to be a hot topic, more people should also read this.

The problem with the Code of Conduct

shiromarieke.github.io

Jochen Breuer

196 days ago

Fail-slow at scale: evidence of hardware performance faults in large production systems

blog.acolyer.org

Jochen Breuer

198 days ago

Very cool and not only for Go.

Using Go as a scripting language in Linux

blog.cloudflare.com

Jochen Breuer

204 days ago

"So the CEO of Trustico, Zane Lucas, mailed the private keys of 23000 Trustico customers to Digicert, effectively invalidating them and at the same time proving that Trustico has knowledge of all their customers private keys, keeping copies of them, which proves that they never knew how to run a Certficate Authority business in the first place, and compromising all their 23000 customers security retroactively, and also ending their own presence in the security space forever."

How not to run a CA – The Isoblog.

blog.koehntopp.info

Jochen Breuer

226 days ago

Mutant crayfish got rid of males, and its clones are taking over the world

arstechnica.com

Jochen Breuer

227 days ago

About AppCenter Payments

medium.com

Jochen Breuer

233 days ago

I can fully understand that. Portugal is great for digital nomads and the country is awesome. We nearly wouldn't have come back.

Lisbon emigration: Why millennials are moving to the Portuguese capital in their droves

independent.co.uk

Jochen Breuer

252 days ago

Living in cars, working for Amazon: meet America's new nomads

theguardian.com

Jochen Breuer

254 days ago

The healing power of nature

aeon.co

Jochen Breuer

260 days ago

I thought I understood Open Source. I was wrong

hackernoon.com

Jochen Breuer

267 days ago

We’re rewiring the Internet for freedom.

medium.com

Jochen Breuer

267 days ago

The Web in 2050 · Jacques Mattheij

jacquesmattheij.com

Jochen Breuer

276 days ago

How low can a government go to promote oil and gas exploration in Portugal?

asmaa-algarve.org

Jochen Breuer

278 days ago

The quality of our food is dropping dramatically and it's because of the rising CO2 levels. Soon grown plants won't have enough protein, zinc or iron to keep people healthy. People will have malnutrition despite having food available every day. Is this the world we want for our children and grandchildren?

The great nutrient collapse

politico.com

Jochen Breuer

283 days ago

Creating Usability with Motion: The UX in Motion Manifesto

medium.com

Jochen Breuer

311 days ago

Very interesting summary of the socket option SO_REUSEPORT. Also mentions security aspects.

The SO_REUSEPORT socket option

lwn.net

Jochen Breuer

319 days ago

Backdoors everywhere. Intentionally or not.

MINIX — The most popular OS in the world, thanks to Intel

networkworld.com

Jochen Breuer

332 days ago

Yay Python. 😀

The Wisdom of the Crowd

hackernoon.com

Jochen Breuer

340 days ago

It's not "don't be a Rick". It's more like "don't create a Rick".

You fired your top talent. I hope you’re happy.

startupsventurecapital.com

Jochen Breuer

340 days ago

So true: "I really have no idea why anyone would ignore the world class software industry in their own backyard. I don’t understand why Bavarian politicians would ignore all security, privacy and ownership concerns. I fail to understand why these politicians would be willing to make their infrastructure hostage to a proprietary technology."

Making Munich Microsoft again

cio.com

Jochen Breuer

341 days ago

If we want reliable systems, we need to protect them from people that want to manipulate the data the systems are using.

We no longer have the luxury of only thinking about the world we want to build. We must also strategically think about how others want to manipulate our systems to do harm and cause chaos.

Your Data is Being Manipulated

points.datasociety.net

Jochen Breuer

367 days ago

Henry Rollins on defining success

thecreativeindependent.com

Jochen Breuer

369 days ago

H A R V E S T

julianoliver.com

Jochen Breuer

369 days ago

On the Rise of Kotlin

blog.heroku.com

Jochen Breuer

379 days ago

The Incredible Growth of Python

stackoverflow.blog

Jochen Breuer

380 days ago

Greg Kroah-Hartman: The Commander-in-Chief of the Linux Stable Branch

thenewstack.io

Jochen Breuer

382 days ago

The sudden death and eternal life of Solaris

dtrace.org

Jochen Breuer

386 days ago

One of the best introductions of OBS I've seen!

Matei's Blog · Sofware development and other bits

mateiw.github.io

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