Interesting. So, we already knew that Calico cats cannot be aesthetically cloned since the orange gene is randomly expressed yet, if I am not misusing the lingo, spatially restricted, thus creating orange patches.
Chef and Puppet require Ruby before they will even talk to you.
Pale Moon 24.7.1 is now available for Linux, OS X and of course Android.
Russell Pavlicek make some very good points on the containers v. hypervisors race. Of course, he would defend hypervisors; they are his bread and butter after all.
Please pass this around as it is a very good opportunity: I am looking for more engineers to work in several of my teams.
I usually reserve this kind of wall of text for my poor coworkers but not today. Share the pain!
As you may have noticed if using this app, any interaction with Spotlight now causes a crash. For instance, dragging a file to Journler means that it will try to display a preview of this file and if it is not sure what type the file is, it attempts to delegate this task to Spotlight and...scene!
I was reading Yossi Kreinin's quick'n fun way to implement coroutines in C and, as an embedded development architect, was a bit saddened by the -- necessary -- use of assembly code to manage a separate stack.
The symptom is pretty simple: you click the 'Memonic' extension icon and nothing happens. This patch aims to fix this behavior.
Need some work ambiance that's not just pure white noise? The web delivers!
So, it appears that some ISPs are definitely into freeloading. Well, if you asked them, on an seemingly unrelated topic, I am sure that they would tell you how they are actually the good guys and Google, etc. are the freeloaders (the old "content providers" should pay for part of our infrastructure argument)