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Sunset :: SixXS - IPv6 Deployment & Tunnel Broker
Sunsetting SixXS Summary SixXS will be sunset in H1 2017. All services will be turned down on 2017-06-06 , after which the SixXS project will be retired. Users…
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Myers diff in linear space: part 1 – The If Works
If you enjoy this article, I’m working on a book explaining the internals of Git through implementation: Building Git . — The interesting thing about diff…
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20 hours ago
How to JIT - an introduction - Eli Bendersky's website
November 05, 2013 at 05:59 Tags Articles , C & C++ , Code generation , Compilation When I wrote the introductory article for libjit , I aimed it at programmers…
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Calm by Patrick Geselbracht - Photo 204142463 / 500px
Eines meiner Lieblingsbilder – nicht nur aus der -Reihe, sondern insgesamt:

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"Wouldn't it be neat if you could write C++ inline in Rust?" // Mystor's Box // Software Engineer at Mozilla.<br>I work on random stuff in C++ and Rust.
"Wouldn't it be neat if you could write C++ inline in Rust?" // under rust rust-cpp c++ ffi In June of 2015, I had an idea. At the time, I was obsessed with…
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Rust and RPC - OkCupid Hackweek 2017
Benjamin Brittain Mar 2017 We write a lot of C++ here at OkCupid. It's pretty great, except when it's really not. I've been evaluating Rust as another potential…
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2 days ago
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Epoll is fundamentally broken 2/2 — Idea of the day
Epoll is fundamentally broken 2/2 I/O multiplexing part #4 20 March 2017 Previous articles in this series: The history of the Select(2) syscall Select(2) is…
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3 days ago
Five-level page tables [LWN.net]
[LWN subscriber-only content] By Jonathan Corbet March 15, 2017 Near the beginning of 2005, the merging of the four-level page tables patches for 2.6.10 wasan…
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4 days ago
The problem with Marvel's Iron Fist
Iron Fist, Marvel's latest Netflix series, has finally arrived. Subscribe: https://goo.gl/G5RXGs However, the show has been dogged by some pretty serious…
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4 days ago
50 Ways to Live On Your Own Terms
50 Ways Happier, Healthier, And More Successful People Live On Their Own Terms 1. Stop consuming caffeine Although people think they perform better on caffeine,…
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4 days ago
When ‘he’ll be kept on payroll, somewhere’ is where you are
On August 31, 2015, I started a Ph.D. in cryptography at TU Eindhoven, working with Tanja Lange and Dan Bernstein. On December 2, 2016, I resigned, due to…
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Stuff The Internet Says On Scalability For March 17th, 2017 - High Scalability -
Friday, March 17, 2017 at 9:08AM Hey, it's HighScalability time: Can it be a coincidence trapping autonomous cars is exactly how demons are trapped on…
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(500) https://mozilla.github.io/leadership-training/projects/#the-safe-network
We've been accepted to be part of 's awesome open leadership training programme. So excited!
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6 days ago
Deconstructing Xen
Deconstructing Xen Shi et al., NDSS 2017 Unfortunately, one of the most widely-used hypervisors, Xen, is highly susceptible to attack because it employs a…
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6 days ago
Acing the technical interview
If you want to get a job as a software witch, you’re going to have to pass a whiteboard interview. We all do them, as engineers–often as a part of our morning…
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6 days ago
perf sched for Linux CPU scheduler analysis
Linux perf gained a new CPU scheduler analysis view in Linux 4.10: perf sched timehist . As I haven't talked about perf sched before, I'll summarize its…
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7 days ago
Side Events Düsseldorf 2017
Talks for the Road Show also online now. See what and are going to speak about:
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7 days ago
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You know who runs a super smooth accessible learn you some Rust workshop? that’s who! \o/ Thanks, that was…
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Why WebAssembly is Faster Than asm.js
WebAssembly , a new binary execution format for the Web, is starting to arrive in stable versions of browsers . A major goal of WebAssembly is to be fast . This…
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8 days ago
It's Time To End The Pay Gap For Speakers At Tech Conferences
When the request came through her website for Luvvie Ajayi to speak at The Next Web conference in Amsterdam in May, she forwarded it to her agent, as she always…
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8 days ago
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Dutch delegation is really excited! Two workshops and a keynote from the Netherlands. Today Code Poetr…
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8 days ago
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🇳🇴Bryggen, also known as Tyskebryggen, is a series of Hanseatic commercial buildings lining the…
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8 days ago
A formal spec for GitHub Flavored Markdown
We are glad we chose Markdown as the markup language for user content atGitHub. It provides a powerful yet straightforward way for users (bothtechnical and…
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9 days ago
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9 days ago
OpenBSD vmm/vmd Update
File name: - File size: - Title: - Author: - Subject: - Keywords: - Creation Date: - Modification Date: - Creator: - PDF Producer: - PDF Version: - Page Count:…
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10 days ago
Unix System Call Timeouts
Recently I was writing some code where I wanted to wait for a child process, andI wanted the wait call to have a timeout. The use case is something like…
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10 days ago
Silent Data Corruption Is Real
Here’s something you never want to see: ZFS has detected a checksum error: eid: 138 class: checksum host: alexandria time: 2017-01-29 18:08:10-0600 vtype: disk…
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11 days ago
Why Quantum Computing Is Weird - In Pursuit of Laziness
I’ve been meaning to write about physics for a while. When I started this blog the intention was towrite about a wide variety of interests, but I ended up…
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11 days ago
DJI Überflug Kölner Dom
Dji Überflug Kölner Dom dji Phantom 3 und dji Phantom 2 vision+ Nicht nachmachen !!! Bissel Werbung gefällig? http://www.slackliner.de
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12 days ago
Wie ich wegen meines Namens fast aus einem Zug geworfen wurde
Wie ich wegen meines Namens fast aus einem Zug geworfen wurde Da ich auf Twitter zu einem Tweet, in dem ich erwähne, wie ich fast von der Bundespolizei aus…
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12 days ago
Stuff The Internet Says On Scalability For March 10th, 2017 - High Scalability -
Friday, March 10, 2017 at 8:56AM Hey, it's HighScalability time: Darknet is 4x more resilient than the Internet. An apt metaphor? ( URV ) If you like this sort…
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12 days ago
The mythology of programming language ideas
If you read a about the history of science, you will no doubt be astonished by some of theamazing theories that people used to believe. I recently finished…
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13 days ago
Linux 4.x Tracing: Performance Analysis with bcc/BPF
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14 days ago
Electrofishing for Whales
I used to work on a fisheries crew where we would use an electro-fisher backpack to momentarily stun small fish (30 - 100 mm length) so we could scoop them up…
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14 days ago
RCU and the mid-boot dead zone [LWN.net]
March 7, 2017 This article was contributed by Paul McKenney When discussing RCU with mainstream formal-verification researchers,there often comes a time when…
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14 days ago
RCU requirements part 3 [LWN.net]
August 12, 2015 This article was contributed by Paul McKenney This is the third and final segment in a series on the requirements for thekernel's…
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14 days ago
RCU requirements part 2 — parallelism and software engineering [LWN.net]
August 5, 2015 This article was contributed by Paul McKenney This is the second of a three-article series on the requirements that havedriven the…
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14 days ago
Requirements for RCU part 1: the fundamentals [LWN.net]
July 29, 2015 This article was contributed by Paul McKenney Read-copy update (RCU) is a synchronization mechanism that is oftenused as a replacement for…
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14 days ago
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Linux Networking Explained
Linux Networking Explained Slideshare uses cookies to improve functionality and performance, and to provide you with relevant advertising. If you continue…
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14 days ago
[net-next] bpf: add bpf_probe_read_str helper - Patchwork
Linux BPF is getting bpf_probe_read_str() to improve string efficiency
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15 days ago
Mozilla statement on CIA / WikiLeaks
Today, the organization WikiLeaks published a compendium of information alleged to be documents from the U.S. Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) pertaining to…
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15 days ago
The Rusty Web
Guide Source Code Targeting the web with Rust. Guide Github About This project demonstrates a complete, albeit simple, example of integrating Rust code into a…
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15 days ago
Two frequently used system calls are ~77% slower on AWS EC2
TL;DR This blog post dives into an interesting finding: two frequently used system calls ( gettimeofday , clock_gettime ) are much slower on AWS EC2. Linux…
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15 days ago
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Send ICMP Echo Replies using eBPF
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16 days ago
vim TAGS lookup
A tags file is a classic UNIX format for storing an index of where symbols are defined in a source tree, for ease of finding a symbol definition from within an…
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16 days ago
/chapter: About-This-Manual / GSoC Mentoring
This manual was written during a Book Sprint sponsored by Google and facilitated by FLOSS Manuals. The manual was written in two days but the maintenance of the…
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17 days ago
Sustainable Open Source: The Maintainers Perspective or: How I Learned to Stop Caring and Love Open Source
jan@apache.org twitter.com/janl github.com/janl XMPP: janlehnardt@jabber.ccc.de GPG Fingerprint: D2B1 7F9D A23C 0A10 991A F2E3 D9EE 01E4 7852 AEE4 OTR Key:…
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17 days ago
Understanding Git Filter-branch and the Git Storage Model - In Pursuit of Laziness
The other day Steve wanted git alchemy done on the Rust repo. Specifically, he wanted the reference and nomicon moved out intotheir own repositories ,…
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18 days ago
What Are Sum, Product, and Pi Types? - In Pursuit of Laziness
See also: Tony’s post on the same topic You often hear people saying “Language X 1 has sum types” or “I wish language X had sum types” 2 ,or “Sum types are…
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18 days ago
Mitigating Underhandedness: Fuzzing Your Code - In Pursuit of Laziness
This may be part of a collaborative blog post series about underhanded Rust code. Or it may not. I invite you to write your own posts about underhanded code to…
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19 days ago
Stuff The Internet Says On Scalability For March 3rd, 2017 - High Scalability -
Friday, March 3, 2017 at 8:56AM Hey, it's HighScalability time: Only 235 trillion miles away. Engage. ( NASA ) If you like this sort of Stuff then please…
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19 days ago
Rust's language ergonomics initiative - The Rust Programming Language Blog
To help bring our 2017 vision for Rust to fruition, the Rust subteams arelaunching initiatives targeted at specific roadmap goals. This post covers thelanguage…
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20 days ago
Summary of the 2017 IO Visor Summit
The 2017 IO Visor summit took place at the Computer History Museum in MountainView, California, on February 27th, 2017. It is at least the second summit ofits…
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20 days ago
A general construction for rolling hash functions · Ticki's blog
What is a rolling hash function? A hash function is a function h : S × → F h : S × → F with S , F S , F being some finite sets. A rolling hash function is…
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20 days ago
Summary of the Amazon S3 Service Disruption in the Northern Virginia (US-EAST-1) Region
Summary of the Amazon S3 Service Disruption in the Northern Virginia (US-EAST-1) Region We’d like to give you some additional information about the service…
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21 days ago
The Future With Futures
Recently there has been a lot of progress in the Rust language towards a robust asyncronous stack. In this article we'll take a look at what these things are,…
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21 days ago
Moving Git past SHA-1 [LWN.net]
[LWN subscriber-only content] By Jonathan Corbet February 27, 2017 The SHA-1 hashalgorithm has been known for at least a decade to be weak; while no generated…
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21 days ago
The case of the prematurely freed SKB [LWN.net]
[LWN subscriber-only content] By Jonathan Corbet February 28, 2017 CVE-2017-6074 is the vulnerability identifierfor a use-after-free bug in the kernel's network…
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21 days ago
Nested method calls via two-phase borrowing
In my previous post, I outlined a plan for non-lexical lifetimes . I wanted to write afollow-up post today that discusses different ways that we can extendthe…
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22 days ago
Toaster vs. Freezer
Would a toaster still work in a freezer? — My Brother, My Brother and Me , Episode 343 , discussing a Yahoo Answers question On a recent episode of Justin,…
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22 days ago
You Can’t Have a Rollback Button – Skyliner
The internet is a big truck. It’s really hard to drive it backwards. I’ve worked with deploy systems in the past that have a prominent “rollback” button, or a…
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23 days ago
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