Let us get a few things out of the way first: I am (and have been) a Red Hat Certified Engineer
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Over the past few months I’ve been on the outside, looking in, on a rushed technology M&A process
The lack of clarity surrounding trademark infringement, copyright take-downs, content removal, and the appeals process at Instagram is nothing new... until it happens to you.
A new podcast on technical debt
Async isn't necessarily faster - async is different.
On May 27th, 2020 with the release of OpenSSH 8.3, openssh officially deprecated the rsa-sha1 keys. Their justification is really
Getting stuck is part of the process, but not learning from it could be a huge problem.