I have been away for a few weeks, traveling and attending conferences. While the conferences have been giving me an insight into the amazing things organizations are building (very heavily focused on AI/ML), I have been reading some fascinating articles during my down time. How to start a Go
Linux has a treasure trove of utilities that allows you to keep tabs on whats hitting your performance. More on bash later where you can almost automate and create workflows.
I see my son capturing videos, and now wants to have an Instagram/YouTube account for his Fortnite adventures.
Came across this fascinating text file today https://lateblt.tripod.com/bit68.txt. Reminded me of my Computer Architecture class in college. Two things stood out and is proably the most important information: Generally, when a CPU chip first receives power, it must be reset by receiving a pulse on
In order to effectively measure HTTP based application performance, it is important to understand what happens when you type a URL in a browser and hit enter.
The 10 biggest scientific breakthroughs of 2022 The 10 biggest scientific breakthroughs of 2022From photos of the infant universe to an energy advancement that could save the planetThe WeekHarold Maass Nuclear Fusion, James Webb Telescope, Universal Flu Vaccination, Changing an asteroid's trajectory and so much more along with so much
0 P-22: Rest in Peace Iconic L.A. mountain lion euthanized after ‘extraordinary life I first saw the picture of P-22 in front of the Hollywood sign on the National Geographic Magazine Cover a few years back. It was a fascinating story of how a Mountain Lion (P-22) survived crossing
I highly recommend to get a good quality sound bar. Make sure your sound bar has atleast 3 channels, so that the center (dedicated) channel will give you the dialogue and the remaining background sounds are channled through the other speakers.
I absolutely loved the graphics when the first Spider-Verse came out. The second one looks even more aweosme. Really looking forwad to this one.
Hallelujah! Now I know what was that call all about between Elon Musk and Tim Cook.