(Spoiler: trusting your contributors works)
This article discusses using CSS to make spinning 3D diagrams.
So Docker is an open-source software product, one that is basically free (as in beer and as in freedom) although hindered by a history of messy licensing situations. Docker is also a company, and companies are expected to produce revenue. And that's where other facets of the greater identity we call "Docker" come to light: Docker Desktop and Docker Hub.
In some situations, you come to realize that a whole bunch of bad things happen due to non-technical causes, and they are some of the hardest things that you might ever need to remove from an organization.
Why and how we continuously invested the team bandwidth to pay back tech debt and what were the results?
If you are considering a career in software engineering, be prepared to face these truths head-on and embrace the opportunity to grow.
This post will use the above question to explore DNS, dig, A records, CNAME records, and ALIAS/ANAME records from a beginner’s perspective.
Back in of 2020, my school used a few online learning platforms that allowed professors/teachers to assign homework to students. I, as a lazy developer, wanted to spend more time playing games and writing code, especially when everyone was spending their time at home because of lockdown. I started writing this post in January of 2022, but I put off publicizing it for a while. It has been long enough since this all happened, so please sit back and enjoy.
I love to have Linux as my main OS.
Yet, occasionally, my system malfunctions to a point it requires a significant effort to fix it.
Many open source projects are terribly under-resourced and under-funded. Some open source developers even have to sacrifice their financial security to work on their passion.
Some open source projects dream about going from a passionate hobby to a small but sustainable company. This post will look at the different ways these projects can be funded to enable small groups to sustain themselves by working on projects they care about full time.
That technological change can force localised unemployment is unsurprising. But similarly prescient is that those same forces that made so many jobless are snapping at something more fundamental: our ability to create content.
Winter is coming and Collapse OS aims to soften the blow. It is a Forth operating system and a collection of tools and documentation with a single purpose: preserve the ability to program microcontrollers through civilizational collapse.
Physical buttons are increasingly rare in modern cars. Most manufacturers are switching to touchscreens – which perform far worse in a test carried out by Vi Bilägare. The driver in the worst-performing car needs four times longer to perform simple tasks than in the best-performing car.
This was posted to USENET by its author, Ed Nather (utastro!nather), on May 21, 1983.
A recent article devoted to the macho side of programming made an bald and unvarnished statement.
At least I know what it does now.
That’s because SELinux doesn’t enforce my policies. I rely on the Fedora Linux project to develop and maintain policies for the software I rely on. However, I’m not familiar with the policies that are in place on my system. There’s no configuration file or reference tool I can check to see or modify the policies. They’re just there.
It uses good old VT100 instructions.
My written words are my most precious asset. They are also a history of my life. That’s why I only use plain text files. They are the most reliable, flexible, and long-lasting option. Here’s why.
Linux features a whole suite of tools to debug many different aspects from performance to correctness. And here I am assuming that the stutters are not inherent in the game logic, because the 32-bit version works correctly.