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
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.
I spent some quality time on twitter this week. I closed my NetNewWire App and had my twitter feed up all week.
For me, typing is thinking.
Two really great articles that tell you what exactly went down at FTX. Fascinating read!
Josh Sisco for Politico: The Federal Trade Commission is likely to file an antitrust lawsuit to block Microsoft’s $69 billion takeover of video game giant Activision Blizzard, maker of the hit games Call of Duty and Candy Crush, according to three people with knowledge of the matter. A lawsuit
Today, I am going to share how I found Fastly subdomain takeover vulnerability and earn my first four digits bounty. Let’s get started. What a fascinating read. Alexander Thangavel walk through the subdomain takeover vulnerability. This was an edge case scenario and only exploited when specific conditions were met.
Inside of Apple Watch vs. Pixel Watch pic.twitter.com/AQjo6OPeGz — Joseph Cohen (@josephcohen) November 3, 2022 cool.
Cricket is a religion in India. And when Virat (King) Kohli was batting the way he was after a couple of years; everyone stopped and watched. I remember witnessing such moments when Sachin Tendulkar was playing an innings of his life.
It was hard to miss watching Tim Cook wave the checkered flag at the Austin Grand Prix. Also present was Apple’s exec Eddie Cue Which would have prompted that Formula 1 is coming to AppleTV. Unfortunately, ESPN renewed its contract to air Formula 1 through 2025 this weekend. Apple
Kristin Houser writing for Freethink: A personalized cancer vaccine: Moderna’s cancer vaccine works differently than most vaccines because it’s designed to treat an existing disease rather than prevent it entirely. It’s also personalized for each patient, while other shots are typically mass produced and distributed to the
Jenna Ross writing for Visual Capitalist: The tile and the choice of visualization caught my eye. The visualization especially does a great job as it very clearly tells me what will matter in the future and what is becoming obsolete. # 11 on the top 20 fastest growing job did raise
Came across this gem of a repo on Github today - How to learn modern Rust. This repo has some great collection for you to get started on rust to implementing some complex projects. What a great repo. Instant start and bookmark.
Lawrence Krauss writing for WSJ: Starting in fiscal 2023, which began Oct. 1, every proposal responding to a solicitation from the Office of Science is required to include a PIER plan, which stands for Promoting Inclusive and Equitable Research, to “describe the activities and strategies of the applicant to promote
Existing modern languages already provide an excellent developer experience: Go, Swift, Kotlin, Rust, and many more. Developers that can use one of these existing languages should. Unfortunately, the designs of these languages present significant barriers to adoption and migration from C++. These barriers range from changes in the idiomatic design
Came across Markdoc today, made by Stripe. Stripe is know for its excellent developer documentation - well it has to be, its probably the most important feature for the company. If you go through their documentation is not just a good reference guide, but they also allow you to interact
Well, everyone wants to make sure they get a fair deal: Elon Musk says Twitter deal on hold pending details on fake accounts; shares sink 9%. Elon Musk announced Friday that his Twitter deal is on hold until he receives more information about how many fake accounts there are on
Came across an interesting library (or tool) - mitmproxy2swagger that reverse-engineers REST API just by running the web app and sniffing traffic in the background. Once you are done, the tool allows you to download a yaml file. Open up the file in Swagger and voilà! Beautifully formatted API endpoint.
I have been using 1Password for a very long time. However, for the past year or more, I have come to rely on Safari (on macOS, iOS and iPadOS) to suggest me strong passwords, storing them for me and ultimately, me making a manual copy/paste to 1Password. Last month,
Having worked on Linux early in my career, it is hard to get away from the cli. I continue using cli as much as I can and am constantly on the look out of tools that can make my life easier. Last week, I came across The Fuck utility. This
Brad Bergan for Interesting Engineering: These tiny particles can move freely throughout the body, and become stuck in organs — which could cause significant health issues. But now that we know, scientists are on watch to understand the full scope of effects — both short- and long-term, on human health. It'
Go 1.18 isn now generally available. This release supports generics which a lot of us have been waiting for. This is still the very first version to support generics and I believe this feature will gain more support and updates in the upcoming features.
With the earnings season in full swing, this tweet just blew my mind: Wow Starbucks, what a great gig. Starbucks has ~$1.6 billion in 'stored value card liabilities' i.e. the Starbucks Card. So ~6% of the firm's liabilities are comprised of coffee addicts paying
New York Times buy Wordle: Wordle was acquired from its creator, Josh Wardle, a software engineer in Brooklyn, for a price “in the low seven figures,” The Times said. The company said the game would initially remain free to new and existing players. I'm very happy for Josh
Justin Bariso writing for Inc. on explaining emotional intelligence when reporters asked Tom Brady if he was going to retire after the Bucs lost to Rams last weekend: Never make a permanent decision based on a temporary emotion. Nice, short and simple read, but does extremely well to explain how
5G versus the airlines is potentially a real issue, rather than a bogus threat. But it’s likely that the parties involved will work out adjustments soon. Which is a good thing.
Dan Petrov found a cool new utility: It seems that Apple has quietly added a new tool in macOS Monterey for measuring your device’s Internet connectivity quality. You can simply call the executable networkQuality, which executes the following tests: - Upload/download capacity (your Tx/Rx bandwidth essentially) -
As a product manager by trade, I don’t need sit and learn programming languages as I’m not expected to site down and write code. But the engineering in me wants to keep building. Looking at data is a big part of my day-to-day work. You might have a
Every single Kramer entrance!