People vs. Companies
Don't get confused, this is not dotnet specific. The title should be "Expression Problems in Functional and Object Oriented Programming"
The Expression Problem
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.
Bitcoin is an environmental desaster and we need to recognise it as such!
“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.”
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.
Do I see a user case for the Linux desktop? Hell yes! Especially if you think about the market for Chromebooks.
This is a very interesting addition to the Linux kernel!
This is probably also going to be interesting for #python.
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…"
Since Code of Conducts seem to be a hot topic, more people should also read this.
Very cool and not only for Go.
"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."
I can fully understand that. Portugal is great for digital nomads and the country is awesome. We nearly wouldn't have come back.
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?
Very interesting summary of the socket option SO_REUSEPORT. Also mentions security aspects.
Backdoors everywhere. Intentionally or not.
It's not "don't be a Rick". It's more like "don't create a Rick".
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."
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.