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Goodbye, Object Oriented Programming – Charles Scalfani – Medium
I’ve been programming in Object Oriented languages for decades. The first OO language I used was C++ and then Smalltalk and finally .NET and Java. I was gung-ho to leverage the benefits of…
oop  development  object-oriented  criticism  fail 
21 hours ago
The Mathematics of Magic: The Gathering
Analysis of the math behind the world's most popular trading card game.
statistics  books  math  free  games  IFTTT  interesting  magic  mtg  Pocket 
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Web cache server HTTP 2 performance benchmark: nuster vs nginx · jiangwenyuan/nuster Wiki
GitHub is where people build software. More than 28 million people use GitHub to discover, fork, and contribute to over 85 million projects.
nuster  http  http2  competition  proxy  speed  performance  2018 
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In the beginning the Universe was created.
This has made a lot of people very angry and been widely regar…
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Beyond the type system | CompuTruthing
What low-level code is generated from using our C++ types? What’s the difference between a regular reference and a rvalue reference? Find some answers here.
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. 1.7.0 released! 91 contributors just in this release! Holy 💩! Community growth continues to blow me aw…
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Ecological “law” turns out to just be the result of us fishing | Ars Technica
Mature fish are found deep not because of age, climate, or prey, but because of us.
fish  fishing  ecology  biology  BazQux  from  IFTTT  items  ocean  Pocket 
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MySQL High Availability at GitHub | GitHub Engineering
GitHub uses MySQL as its main datastore for all things non-git, and its availability is critical to GitHub’s operation. The site itself, GitHub’s API, authentication and more, all require database access. We run multiple MySQL clusters serving our different services and tasks. Our clusters use classic master-replicas setup, where a single node in a cluster (the master) is able to accept writes. The rest of the cluster nodes (the replicas) asynchronously replay changes from the master...
mysql  github  highavailability  server  ha  engineering  tech 
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The other day I had a bajillion Trumpies in my mentions talking about how "illegals" shouldn't have a "pleasant" ex…
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the "problem" they see is that they aren't doing enough to imprison more people even faster and in crueler conditio…
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love to replace a human rights violation with a slightly different human rights violation
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China-based campaign breached satellite, defense companies: Symantec
A sophisticated hacking campaign launched from computers in China burrowed deeply into satellite operators, defense contractors and telecommunications companies in the United States and southeast Asia, security researchers at Symantec Corp said on Tuesday.
satelite  hack  military  china  espionage  symantec  thirp  periscope 
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THIS IS THE FIRST BATHINGSUIT IVE BOUGHT IN 6 YEARS I AM NOT EVEN KIDDING
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Still love your line from Fork Yea: “people innovate, not corporations”. And I think these three princip…
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Just because I sometimes need to remind myself: the role of a leader -- any leader -- is to encourage autonomy, fos…
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I just saw "Lake Michigan" was trending, and my immediate fear was that it was either dead, racist, or being expose…
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sorry but it's fucking annoying when people (right or left) bring up the fact that obama was shit on immigration as…
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Today, I:
— got an OpenStack account from
— wrote my first Terraform plan to provision a bunch of VMs on O…
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In light of the news of MSFT's relationship with ICE, I am withdrawing from this Friday's event, wh…
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Wow - great talk by at . Can’t wait to bring back some of the ideas on cultural contribution an…
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hexagonal graph paper for organic chem is the only thing that's ever made me want to take that class
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Neural scene representation and rendering | DeepMind
We introduce the Generative Query Network (GQN), a framework within which machines learn to perceive their surroundings by training only on data obtained by themselves as they move around scenes. Much like infants and animals, the GQN learns by trying to make sense of its observations of the world around it. In doing so, the GQN learns about plausible scenes and their geometrical properties, without any human labelling of the contents of scenes.
computer_vision  deep-learning  3d  ai  ifttt  machinelearning  ml  Pocket  rendering  2d 
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I ❤️ my friends at & respect work they’ve been doing recently. I’ve even talked about joining before

Bu…
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Breaking Up with James Joyce - Sydney Review of Books
This is not the first time I’ve broken up with Joyce. A couple of years ago I decided we were in a co-dependent relationship. Except how could that be true if I was the only dependent one?
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That's why I'm not a libertarian anymore. I finally read Hayek, Locke, et al. Imagine m…
5 days ago
Hypergrowth and The Law of Startup Physics | First Round Review
Reboot.io founder and professional coach Khalid Halim has guided the leadership at Coinbase, Lyft and Checkr through some of the steepest parts of their growth curve. Here, he shares the two promises every founder must make before hypergrowth.
team  startup  business  article  grouping  24  3  8  points 
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Pentagon Puts Cyberwarriors on the Offensive, Increasing the Risk of Conflict - The New York Times
Until now, the Cyber Command has assumed a largely defensive posture, but in the spring the Defense Department opened the door to nearly daily raids on foreign networks, seeking to head off attacks.
america  crazy  first  trump  cyber  security  offensive  strategy 
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Here’s the thing: those of us that ‘chose’ to be permanently estranged from our parents; it probably wasn’t much of…
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Everyone knows how in love I am with , but I just want to shout it from the rooftops again and agai…
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Twelve years. Still happy.
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"the poors hate my jokes and want benefits instead"
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Why use PW protection, when you could make it a functional calculator where enteri…
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Proto "cloud"? This is the original Inktomi cluster at Berkeley (1994). With co-founder Paul Gauthier at the 20-ye…
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Everyone at buzzfeed is a cop
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By the way, I am actually a socialist. Just not the kind that shifts resources from most productive to least produc…
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Tonight I had dinner with someone who, in their early work, discovered a frontier of security. And they talked abou…
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The illiterate of the 21st century will not be those who cannot read and write, but those who cannot learn, unlearn…
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After years of insistence by (among others) and I am going to try watching Cabin In The Woods…
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according to google this is the first time "aphantasical" has appeared on the internet, so i'm a regular bill shake…
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Went to the botanical gardens with my 50mm lens to work on focal points and depth. And of course to practice my vul…
8 days ago
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Real-talk: at this point I distrust anybody who *doesn't* liberally pepper their statements about him with rage-fro…
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If you're mad at Samantha Bee, or Michelle Wolf, or De Niro, for saying NAUGHTY WORDS OOOOH, you're a fucking dipsh…
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This got the cartoonist fired. Share it.
8 days ago
notes/Gathering-weak-npm-credentials.md at master · ChALkeR/notes
GitHub is where people build software. More than 28 million people use GitHub to discover, fork, and contribute to over 85 million projects.
npm  computers  security  ifttt  javascript  Instapaper  node  nodejs  password  passwords 
8 days ago
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The progress from on the product suite, and especially on Azure Kubernetes Service (AKS) has been…
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Good read: Pentester's Windows NTFS tricks collection (including CVE-2018-1036 - Windows NT…
10 days ago
Pentester's Windows NTFS Tricks Collection | SEC Consult
Good read: Pentester's Windows NTFS tricks collection (including CVE-2018-1036 - Windows NT…
10 days ago
Vice Media Was Built on a Bluff
For almost 25 years, Shane Smith’s plan for Vice Media was that, by the time the suckers caught on, he’d never be stuck owning the company he co-founded.
vice  media  history  sales 
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This is the problem with pair programming: someone is always falling asleep on the job.
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Do you like the things we build/rant about (or hate them)? Come help us make them better, make them to your own lik…
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I love that Go is included among Ruby and Python as a "scripting language": it means that we've succeeded in provid…
11 days ago
GitHub - drmingdrmer/vim-syntax-markdown: VIM syntax for markdown with nested MathJax(in LaTeX) support.
vim-syntax-markdown - VIM syntax for markdown with nested MathJax(in LaTeX) support.
11 days ago
Performance Reviews Are a Waste of Time – Bradfield
What is the best career advice you’ve ever received? Odds are it wasn’t from an annual performance review. Formalized performance reviews are at best an overly costly way to get marginal benefit, and…
career  management  review  annual  culture  pocket  ifttt  process  Unread  entrepreneurship  Instapaper  performance_test 
11 days ago
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The most successful people I've met:

1. Study daily
2. Eat well
3. Thrive on others
4. Are literal sharks in the o…
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I’m gonna need something that can transport 2 kids around in the next year or so. If I’m to…
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had a rough night last night (or rather, Awk had a rough night that I had to keep cleaning up) and so I've been tir…
11 days ago
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Had a tooth extracted today.

The dental assistant said I should eat as much ice cream as I want for the first 24 h…
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❤ NixOS
❤ Nix

Want declarative container root FSes that are reliably rebuildable?

Want an OS that is declarative…
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I’m at the point in my life where I want fine foods, but I don’t want to put on pants.

Judge me if you want, but…
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Well, SF got its revenge for this smack talking.

I stepped in 💩 this afternoon because I was walk-emailing, becaus…
11 days ago
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The bakfiets, or "cargo bike," has become inseparable from the gentrification wrought by its affluent, white riders…
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Hey tweeple! This week, I'll be at DockerCon in San Francisco, talking about , plugin, and API extensib…
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The Xbox Adaptive Controller getting a little plug on Inside XBox was fantastic! So happy to see it being treated j…
11 days ago
Overtaxed Working Memory Knocks the Brain Out of Sync | Quanta Magazine
Researchers find that when working memory gets overburdened, dialogue between three brain regions breaks down. The discovery provides new support for a larger
s  neuroscience  health  pocket  ifttt  memory  mind  science  sync  working 
11 days ago
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It's going to be a wonderful friendship. I can feel it. <3
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I got an email asking "Any advice on being a world-class programmer/what separates those who are merely good from t…
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Dear Game Industry:

Some of us actually don't like having to play with random strangers over the internet.

Love,…
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