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I was Wrong about Nix - Christine Dodrill
I was Wrong about Nix - Christine Dodrill's Blog
nix  go  docker 
11 days ago
Dhall for Kubernetes - Christine Dodrill
Dhall for Kubernetes - Christine Dodrill's Blog
dhall  kubernetes 
11 days ago
GitHub Gist: instantly share code, notes, and snippets.
nix  container  bitcoin  gist  5* 
11 days ago
How to build a TCP proxy #1: Intro | Robert Heaton
It was a weird and smoky afternoon in San Francisco. My downstairs neighbors had apparently never heard of vaporizers, and the Sierra Nevada was on fire. I had planned to spend the rest of the day attacking the user-location features of popular dating apps. I wanted to see whether any of them were vulnerable to attacks that could reverse engineer the position of a victim user. My plan was to spoof thousands of requests to each target app, pretend that each request was sent from a different location, and each...
http  tcp  proxy  ssl  certificate 
16 days ago
Programming Projects for Advanced Beginners #1: ASCII art | Robert Heaton
This is a programming project for Advanced Beginners. If you’ve completed all the introductory tutorials and short exercises you can find, but are struggling to find medium-sized projects to develop your skills on, this project is for you. It is structured and guided, whilst still leaving all of the difficult work to you. You can do it in whichever programming language you happen to be learning, and if you get stuck I’ll help you out over email, Twitter or Skype.
ascii  art 
16 days ago
How to come up with blog post ideas | Robert Heaton
“Where do you get your blog post ideas?” people occasionally ask me. “Uh, I’m not sure,” I usually quip back.
16 days ago
Serving Alexa Smart Home skills on your own device or server
Learn to pipe your users' Alexa requests to your own Raspberry Pi and process, carry out corresponding actions and respond to them in your own, local »Alexa service«.
alexa  raspberrypi  amazon  lambda  arm  archlinux 
17 days ago
How to convert an KVM image into a LXC container // Andreas Happe
Andreas Happe sometimes blogs about developmen, life or security.
nix  lxc 
20 days ago
Measuring Mobile Network Latency - A First Attempt
I have been using the mobile application of my smart home system for several months, and the latency fear has come true : Connecting to...
25 days ago
Implementing A Distributed DVB Stack With HeliosTv
The GStreamer conference 2015 occurred last month. I was present this year again. It was the occasion see what is coming in the next...
25 days ago
i3wm-config/config at master · MetaDark/i3wm-config
My i3wm configuration. Contribute to MetaDark/i3wm-config development by creating an account on GitHub.
i3  configuration 
25 days ago
PHP in 2020 -
PHP isn't the same old crappy language it was ten years ago
4 weeks ago
BOUML - a free UML tool box
BOUML : An UML toolbox running under Linux, MacOS X and Windows to specify and generate code in C++, Java, Php, Python, Idl and MySQL
uml  tool 
4 weeks ago
kowainik/awesome-cabal: 💫 A curated list of awesome resources for the Haskell Cabal build tool.
💫 A curated list of awesome resources for the Haskell Cabal build tool. - kowainik/awesome-cabal
awesome  cabal 
5 weeks ago
romkatv/powerlevel10k: A fast reimplementation of Powerlevel9k ZSH theme
A fast reimplementation of Powerlevel9k ZSH theme. Contribute to romkatv/powerlevel10k development by creating an account on GitHub.
zsh  theme 
5 weeks ago
Build a Cryptocurrency Comparison Site with Vue.js ―
Vue.js is a simple Javascript framework that lets you build dynamic front-end web applications. Lots of people compare it to React and
vue  cryptography  stream 
5 weeks ago
How To Start A Blog From Scratch Using WordPress - Colorlib
Colorlib is the ONLY resource you'll need to start a blog using WordPress! We offer comprehensive yet easy to follow guides well suited for beginner bloggers.
wordpress  theme 
5 weeks ago
How to Make a Raspberry Pi VPN Server
Learn how to make a Raspberry Pi VPN server using OpenVPN and PiVPN!
raspberrypi  vpn 
5 weeks ago
mikehearn/nodejvm: Start GraalVM with access to NodeJS modules from Java/Kotlin
Start GraalVM with access to NodeJS modules from Java/Kotlin - mikehearn/nodejvm
graal  kotlin  node 
5 weeks ago
drduh/YubiKey-Guide: Guide to using YubiKey for GPG and SSH
Guide to using YubiKey for GPG and SSH. Contribute to drduh/YubiKey-Guide development by creating an account on GitHub.
yubikey  gpg  5* 
6 weeks ago
Blockstream Supporters Mock Those Who Study Economics - The Bitcoin Forum
Over the past few years many of the Blockstream supporters have mocked me claiming that I think I understand economics because I read a book on it once. I don t claim to know everything about economics, or even a lot, but I m sure I ve read more on t..
book  economics  bitcoin 
6 weeks ago
Building a BitTorrent client from the ground up in Go | Jesse Li
What is the complete path between visiting thepiratebay and sublimating an mp3 file from thin air? In this post, we'll implement enough of the BitTorrent protocol to download Debian. Look at the [Source code]( or skip to the [last bit](/posts/torrent#putting-it-all-together).
go  bit  torrent  network  protocol  chunk  5* 
6 weeks ago
A Gentle Run-through of Continuation Passing Style and Its Use Cases
This is yet another CPS introduction post, with a focus on the use cases of CPS. This is where I find some other CPS articles to be insufficient in, for example, when I first read the CPS entry on Wikibooks, I got what CPS is but it wasn’t quite clear to me what the different ways are in which CPS can profitably be used in practice. Besides, CPS is a fairly obscure, convoluted and counter-intuitive thing, so I reckon another post that explains it is always beneficial.
haskell  continuous  passing  style 
7 weeks ago
Simulating KiCad Schematics in Spice - shorne in japan
Stafford Horne's (shorne, stffrdhrn) Computer Engineering blog and home page.
electronics  spice 
7 weeks ago
Stafford Horne's Blog - shorne in japan
Stafford Horne's (shorne, stffrdhrn) Computer Engineering blog and home page.
blogs  lowlevel  c  risc  elf  micro  controller  5* 
7 weeks ago
ELF Binaries and Relocation Entries - shorne in japan
Stafford Horne's (shorne, stffrdhrn) Computer Engineering blog and home page.
elf  file  linker  5* 
7 weeks ago
soupi/haskell-study-plan: An opinionated list of resources for learning Haskell
An opinionated list of resources for learning Haskell - soupi/haskell-study-plan
haskell  tutorial  education 
7 weeks ago
A deep dive into Linux namespaces – Chord Simple
Running isolated processes using the namespace kernel primitive
linux  name  space 
7 weeks ago
Ramblings from Jessie: Digging into RISC-V and how I learn new things
A post about how I learn new things using RISC-V as an example.
7 weeks ago
1001 Ways of Implementing a System Call | A Journey into Obscure x86 Details
Today, we’re going to look at the many ways of implementing user-to-kernel transitions on x86, i.e. system calls. Let’s first quickly review what system calls actually need to accomplish.
kernel  system  call 
7 weeks ago
RISC-V Stumbling Blocks | A Journey into Obscure x86 Details
Recently, I’ve started to explore RISC-V. I experienced the journey as pretty refreshing, particularly because I’ve been working on x86 low-level software almost exclusively for about 10 years.
7 weeks ago
Measuring Mutexes, Spinlocks and how Bad the Linux Scheduler Really is | Probably Dance
This blog post is one of those things that just blew up. From a tiny observation at work about odd behaviors of spinlocks I spent months trying to find good benchmarks, (still not entirely successful) writing my own spinlocks, mutexes and condition variables and even contributing a patch to the Linux kernel. The main thing…
concurrency  c  linux  kernel 
7 weeks ago
Source Code Linking: Merging C Headers into Rust Modules :: Immunant, Inc
Producing readable, idiomatic Rust code is a major goal of C2Rust, our project to accelerate migration of C code into Rust. One hurdle we faced is the mismatch between C headers and the Rust module system. C and Rust are similar in many ways: they're both performance oriented languages with explicit memory management and full control over every aspect of the system. Rust's module system is a huge improvement over C header files.
rust  c  ffi 
8 weeks ago
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