Having the right tools for the job can help you work smarter and get things done quicker.
Here I try to share some of the tools that I have picked up over the years that.
Intel Corp.’s decision to consider outsourcing manufacturing heralds the end of an era in which the company, and the U.S., dominated the semiconductor industry. The move could reverberate well beyond Silicon Valley, influencing global trade and geopolitics.
Recently there has been substantial discussion around the downsides of service oriented architectures and microservice architectures in particular.
Because the internet is a strange and complicated place, the fate of your digital privacy is, at this very moment, intertwined with that of online message boards and comment sections. And things, we’re sorry to report, aren’t looking so hot. At issue is the seemingly unrelated EARN IT Act.
This tutorial will help you to trunk your ports via Link Aggregration! Please note: When configuring 802.3ad (LACP), you also have to configure the switch ports to be in a matching link aggregation. You can only use one switch, but multiple switch ports.
TinyPilot is my inexpensive, open-source device for controlling computers remotely. It works even before the operating system boots, so I use TinyPilot to install new OSes and debug boot failures on my bare metal homelab servers.
Zrythm started development in July 2018 and has only recently started to become slightly usable. Here is a list of features that are somewhat implemented (but not necessarily stable/perfected).
The “Kept” webpage is entirely archived in your offline storage. You get the whole page: text, images and links. “Article” produces a clean, uncluttered, page optimized for reading and structured in Markdown.
I recently read an by which goes into great detail about AWS’s CI/CD architecture. It’s a truly brilliant post and I recommend everyone interested in CI/CD infrastructures read the article.
Summary: I share my early experiments with OpenAI’s new language prediction model (GPT-3) beta. I explain why I think GPT-3 has disruptive potential comparable to that of blockchain technology.
The Ultimate Oldschool PC Font Pack started out with the idea of paying tribute to ancient PCs and their bitmapped, pre-GUI typography (if you can call it that).