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Untitled (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5KFEM2hk78Y)
Great video by about running Rust on the Tiva-C Cortex-M4. Impressive work!
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America has lost a patriot and humble servant in George Herbert Walker Bush. While our hearts are heavy today, they…
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We should hold a conference called "Throw Your Computer Into the Sea" where we go t…
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Looking forward to it. Thanks !
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11 days ago
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RT : Real talk in this thread
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Climate Cartoon of the day
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17 days ago
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me: Meeting a Finnish delegate while representing South Bend at an international innovation conference

my brain:…
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Finland has ~73% forest coverage = 222,180 square kilometers of forests (world bank study). Our forests are densest…
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probably the biggest difference between app developers and bakers is that bakers don't believe all government, infr…
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27 days ago
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We closed our pre-seed funding round !

😅 My first ever fundraise as a CEO
😩 11 folks said "no"
📈 All…
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It’s obscene that the media covered the stupid caravan breathlessly for days leading up to the election, just like…
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28 days ago
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The seven deadly social medias
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Improvement comes from reflection which requires time and space.

No surprise that in environments of busy-work imp…
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It has been a good first month :)
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Want to undo all the heinous shit perpetrated by and the 's greed, malevolence, racism, and ha…
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Me voting in 2016 vs me voting in 2018
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RT : Be a responsible parent. Check the Halloween candy for rootkits.
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RT : I just released a new crate, "aws_lambda_events". It converts Lambda events into strongly-typed…
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RT : This is, as usual, an exceptional response and writeup from the GitHub ops team. After a 43-second network partitio…
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The best product teams tackle risks up front, before they start writing code; they define solutions collaboratively…
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nowsecure/owasp-password-strength-test: OWASP Password Strength Test for Node.js
OWASP Password Strength Test

owasp-password-strength-test is a password-strength tester based off of the OWASP Guidelines for enforcing secure passwords. It is lightweight, extensible, has no dependencies, and can be used on the server (nodejs) or in-browser.

owasp-password-strength-test is not an OWASP project - it is merely based off of OWASP research.
owasp  password  strength  npm  javascript  security 
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Every night for years now, when I put the kids to bed, I say, "Good night, hobbits." Tonight, they both responded,…
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Always carry a potato wrapped in foil to a party.

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11 weeks ago
Software disenchantment @ tonsky.me
RT @datarelish: Software disenchantment. Great read by @nikitonsky #Android #Docker
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11 weeks ago
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When you see the following tools in use, you know the software development process is having a bad day:

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168: An Escape Rope of Learning | The Bike Shed
Cool to hear the shout out on . (http4s mentions at 16:30 and 20:00.)
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september 2018
Truck Hacking: An Experimental Analysis of the SAE J1939 Standard
Abstract
Consumer vehicles have been proven to be
insecure; the addition of electronics to monitor
and control vehicle functions have added complexity
resulting in safety critical vulnerabilities.
Heavy commercial vehicles have also begun
adding electronic control systems similar to consumer
vehicles. We show how the openness of the
SAE J1939 standard used across all US heavy
vehicle industries gives easy access for safetycritical
attacks and that these attacks aren’t limited
to one specific make, model, or industry.
We test our attacks on a 2006 Class-8 semi
tractor and 2001 school bus. With these two vehicles,
we demonstrate how simple it is to replicate
the kinds of attacks used on consumer vehicles
and that it is possible to use the same attack on
other vehicles that use the SAE J1939 standard.
We show safety critical attacks that include the
ability to accelerate a truck in motion, disable
the driver’s ability to accelerate, and disable the
vehicle’s engine brake. We conclude with a discussion
for possibilities of additional attacks and
potential remote attack vectors.
pdf  usenix  J1939  truck  hacking  umich.edu 
september 2018
Twitter
RT : Why women live longer than men.
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september 2018
WireMock - WireMock
WireMock
Mock your APIs for fast, robust and comprehensive testing

WireMock is a simulator for HTTP-based APIs. Some might consider it a service virtualization tool or a mock server.

It enables you to stay productive when an API you depend on doesn't exist or isn't complete. It supports testing of edge cases and failure modes that the real API won't reliably produce. And because it's fast it can reduce your build time from hours down to minutes.
api  rest  testing  mock  service  saas 
september 2018
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RT : Data scientists just discovered anthropology

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A major cause of product bloat is building things you know how to build but don't understand. If a customer wants i…
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august 2018
gruntwork-io/terragrunt: Terragrunt is a thin wrapper for Terraform that provides extra tools for working with multiple Terraform modules.
Use cases

Terragrunt supports the following use cases:

Keep your Terraform code DRY
Keep your remote state configuration DRY
Keep your CLI flags DRY
Execute Terraform commands on multiple modules at once
Work with multiple AWS accounts

Keep your Terraform code DRY

Motivation
Remote Terraform configurations
How to use remote configurations
Achieve DRY Terraform code and immutable infrastructure
Working locally
Important gotcha: working with relative file paths
Using Terragrunt with private Git repos
terragrunt  terraform  add-on  DRY  devops 
august 2018
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First, ran an article on “blowing out” an LED with a resistor and a microcontroller. Then sim…
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august 2018
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"I hope those who mourn my passing, and even those who don't, will celebrate as I celebrate a happy life lived in i…
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august 2018
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RT : This is the best advice from . True of learning R. True of learning anything.
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august 2018
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Why Russian online disinformation works: because Americans are idiots, having lost all critical thinking skills, th…
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august 2018
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Where we learn again that what isn't protected against side channel analysis is vulnerable to side channel analysis.
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august 2018
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As a software developer, this pretty well sums up my attitude toward this latest election technology in my state.…
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august 2018
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RT : Please RT if you aren't new to tech but still get the "Imposter syndrome" amidst all your experience.

Having peopl…
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august 2018
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Had a problem.

Googled.

Found a forum post where I had the exact problem and sorted it out in the forum post.…
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august 2018
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In fairness, it can be hard to spot here at times too.
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august 2018
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“So I know these ten things that I think make me clever, I will judge your grasp of the entire field of computer sc…
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july 2018
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When State TV hits a glitch.

This is beautiful to watch. I hope you'll consider sharing this; the anchors' confus…
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july 2018
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(THREAD) While I remain uninterested in the Trump/Nunes assault on law enforcement—and don't want to give it any mo…
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july 2018
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They’re called werewolves.
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july 2018
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e.g. something like this:
10.0 Hannity
9.9 Pence
9.2 Fox & Friends
8.8 Tucker Carlson
7.5 McConnell
7.0 Laura Ingra…
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RT : DevOpsDays is coming to Indianapolis on July 23-24 at the Marriott Downtown! Come learn from professionals in devel…
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july 2018
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Deciding on a chat program to use with one or multiple parties is now like negotiating TLS cipher suites.

ME: I of…
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