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Coders’ Primal Urge to Kill Inefficiency—Everywhere | WIRED
For software engineers, lack of friction is an aesthetic joy, an emotional high, the ideal existential state. It’s what drives them—and shapes our world. "The thrust of Silicon Valley is always to take human activity and shift it into metabolic overdrive. And maybe you've wondered, why the heck is that? Why do techies insist that things should be sped up, torqued, optimized? There's one obvious reason, of course: They do it because of the dictates of the market. Capitalism handsomely rewards anyone who can improve a process and squeeze some margin out. But with software, there's something else going on too. For coders, efficiency is more than just a tool for business. It's an existential state, an emotional driver."
capitalism  automation  programming  aesthetics  optimization  specialization  work 
6 hours ago by basemaly
Falco - Container Native Runtime Security
An open source project for intrusion and abnormality detection for Cloud Native platforms such as Kubernetes, Mesosphere, and Cloud Foundry. Detect abnormal application behavior. Alert via Slack, Fluentd, NATS, and more. Protect your platform by taking action through serverless (FaaS) frameworks, or other automation.
security  Docker  Kubernetes  Mesos  opensource  tools  automation 
14 hours ago by liqweed
Tekton - Kubernetes-native open-source framework for creating CI/CD systems
A powerful yet flexible Kubernetes-native open-source framework for creating continuous integration and delivery (CI/CD) systems. It lets you build, test, and deploy across multiple cloud providers or on-premises systems by abstracting away the underlying implementation details. By Google Cloud Platform.
Kubernetes  ci  Google  framework  build  opensource  cloud-computing  deployment  automation 
22 hours ago by liqweed
Ninja, a small build system with a focus on speed

Why yet another build system?
Where other build systems are high-level languages Ninja aims to be an assembler.

Ninja build files are human-readable but not especially convenient to write by hand. (See the generated build file used to build Ninja itself.) These constrained build files allow Ninja to evaluate incremental builds quickly.

Should you use Ninja?
Ninja's low-level approach makes it perfect for embedding into more featureful build systems; see a list of existing tools. N...
development  make  build  ninja  software  automation  compiler  makefile 
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