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aragozin/jvm-tools: Small set of tools for JVM troublshooting, monitoring and profiling.
jvm-tools - Small set of tools for JVM troublshooting, monitoring and profiling.
july 2016
rystsov::Dynamic Plain Paxos
Abstract. The classic Paxos consensus algorithm requires a static set of 2F+1 processes to tolerate F transient failures. Dynamic Plain Paxos is an extension…
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july 2015
Three hundred programming interviews in thirty days
We launched Triplebyte one month ago, with the goal of improving the way programmers are hired. Too many companies run interviews the way they always have, with…
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july 2015
Want to improve gender diversity? Here are some companies getting it right
Gender equality programs that are working Gender equality is an ongoing issue for companies in the tech industry. As work towards improving the gender…
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july 2015
The Singular Mind of Terry Tao - NYTimes.com
This April, as undergraduates strolled along the street outside his modest office on the campus of the University of California, Los Angeles, the mathematician…
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july 2015
A new first for T2K
The Japan-based neutrino experiment has seen its first three candidate electron antineutrinos.
Scientists on the T2K neutrino experiment in Japan announced…
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july 2015
Elided Branches: Ask the CTO: Going Rogue
I often get asked one-off questions about engineering leadership and management, and thought it would be fun to share my answers here. Asker's question has been…
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july 2015
odewahn/docker-jumpstart
This is the source for the Docker Jumpstart, a short guide by Andrew Odewahn from O’Reilly Media to help you get up and running with Docker. Its table of…
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july 2015
Uncovering Secrets of the Sphinx
Carved in place from limestone, the Sphinx is among the world's largest statues. When Mark Lehner was a teenager in the late 1960s, his parents introduced him…
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july 2015
Hacking Team orchestrated brazen BGP hack to hijack IPs it didn’t own
Spyware service provider Hacking Team orchestrated the hijacking of IP addresses it didn’t own to help Italian police regain control over several computers that…
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july 2015
Meet Google's Security Princess
"Security Princess" is Parisa Tabriz's official title at Google. Seriously. And yes, you can google that. "'Information Security Engineer' is just completely…
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july 2015
The Finger’s on the Self-Destruct Button
These are insanely complex times for musicians. With virtually no consultation, musicians and independent labels are being led down the path of the streaming…
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july 2015
Java Memory Model Pragmatics (transcript)
Aleksey Shipilёv, @shipilev, aleksey@shipilev.net
The Java Memory Model is the most complicated part of Java spec that must be understood by at least library…
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july 2015
Comments on "You Do it Too"
In response to You Do It Too: Forfeiting Partition Tolerance in Distributed Systems , I’d like to remind folks of a few things around CAP. Partition intolerance…
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july 2015
BGP and the System of Trust that Runs the Internet, Pt. 2 - OpenDNS Blog
Editor’s note: This post is the second in a two-part series on BGP. Read part one here.
The last half-decade has witnessed a number of events that perfectly…
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june 2015
It's the Latency, Stupid
(Revised periodically) Years ago David Cheriton at Stanford taught me something that seemed very obvious at the time -- that if you have a network link with low…
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june 2015
Effectively Using Iterators In Rust
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Written by Herman J. Radtke III on 22 Jun 2015
In Rust, you quickly learn that vector and slice types are not…
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june 2015
It really is the future | The Circle Blog
Last week I wrote It’s the Future, a piece that satirized the container ecosystem, lightly mocking Docker and Google and CoreOS and a bunch of other…
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june 2015
Ubåtarna har fått nytt liv - DN.SE
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För tio år sedan var de ifrågasatta och 
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june 2015
draft-tsvwg-quic-protocol-00 - QUIC: A UDP-Based Secure and Reliable Transport for HTTP/2
Network Working Group J. Iyengar Internet-Draft I. Swett Intended status: Informational Google Expires: December 19, 2015 June 17, 2015 QUIC: A UDP-Based Secure…
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june 2015
BGP and the System of Trust that Runs the Internet Pt. 1 - OpenDNS Blog
Editor’s note: This is part one of a two-part series on BGP. The number of smart devices connecting to the Internet are reaching an unprecedented level.…
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june 2015
View topic - Exclusive Pictures of Google's Pluto Switch • Networking Forum - A Computer Networking Community Site
Cisco Logo Transparent Looking to add some letters to your resume? Earn your CCNA, CCENT, CCDA & CCNA: Security certs in our 7 day boot camp! Fill out the form…
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june 2015
Mystery Google Device Appears in Small-Town Iowa | WIRED
Photos of the mystery computing device appeared on the web in late February. Taken with a smartphone, they were a bit washed out and a little blurry in places,…
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june 2015
Google Cloud Platform Blog: Enter the Andromeda zone - Google Cloud Platform’s latest networking stack
We have recently made the latest networking technology that powers our internal services available to Cloud Platform users across the world. Andromeda - the…
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june 2015
Exponential Smoothing for Time Series Forecasting - VividCortex
Time series anomaly detection is a complicated problem with plenty of practical methods. It’s easy to find yourself getting lost in all of the topics it…
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june 2015
Spy Virus Linked to Israel Targeted Hotels Used for Iran Nuclear Talks
When a cybersecurity firm discovered it had been hacked last year by a virus widely believed to be used by Israeli spies, it wanted to know who else was on the…
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june 2015
atomic fetch-and-add vs compare-and-swap (David Dice's Weblog)
There are a number of cases where an atomic fetch-and-add instruction might yield better performance than the classic Load;Φ;CAS loop, where CAS is the atomic…
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june 2015
A Music-Sharing Network for the Unconnected - NYTimes.com
Over the last two decades, cellphones have ushered in a communications revolution in Africa. The entire country of Mali, for example, has just 120,000 landlines…
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june 2015
The Secret History of SEAL Team 6 - NYTimes.com
They have plotted deadly missions from secret bases in the badlands of Somalia. In Afghanistan, they have engaged in combat so intimate that they have emerged…
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june 2015
Re: Proposed Statement on "HTTPS everywhere for the IETF"
[Date Prev][Date Next][Thread Prev][Thread Next][Date Index][Thread Index] From: Mark Nottingham <mnot at mnot.net> To: IETF <ietf at ietf.org> Cc: hildjj at…
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june 2015
skalnik/vim-vroom
Run your Ruby tests! Supports RSpec, Test::Unit/MiniTest, Konacha, and Cucumber. For more information, check out the documentation (available in Vim after…
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june 2015
How to boost your Vim productivity · sheerun
I. Space is your Leader Leader is an awesome idea. It allows for executing actions by key sequences instead of key combinations . Because I'm using it, I rarely…
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june 2015
The Unlikely Story of Microsoft's Surprise Minecraft Buyout | WIRED
Microsoft’s $2.5 billion purchase of Mojang and Minecraft last September, one of the biggest acquisitions in gaming history, stunned the game’s millions of…
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june 2015
Daily Progress
AP Photo/Andrew Harnik WASHINGTON (AP) -- The FBI is operating a small air force with scores of low-flying planes across the country carrying video and, at…
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june 2015
Netflix Bandwidth Usage Climbs to Nearly 37% of Internet Traffic at Peak Hours
Subscription-video leader accounts for more usage than YouTube, Amazon and Hulu combined in North America during primetime, according to Sandvine Netflix ,…
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may 2015
Unix as IDE Archives - Arabesque
One prominent feature of an IDE is a built-in system for managing files, both the elementary functions like moving, renaming, and deleting, and ones more…
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may 2015
Rust ownership, the hard way · Chris Morgan
I’m a software developer, dealing mostly in web things.
I’m also (more importantly) a committed Christian—please talk to me at any time about that.
This article…
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may 2015
Why Even Use Java 8 Optional? - Voxxed
Java 8 introduced a type Optional<T>, which can be used to handle potentially missing values. It does so by wrapping a reference (which might be null) and…
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may 2015
Deepak Chopra blasts scientist who criticized his view of evolution. The scientist fires back.
Last week I published a post titled “Scientist: Why Deepak Chopra is driving me crazy,” a critique of comments Chopra has said about evolution, a subject to…
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may 2015
Congestion Avoidance and Control
Congestion Avoidance and Control – Jacobsen & Karels, 1988
It’s October 1986 and there’s trouble on the internet. A congestion collapse has reduced the…
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may 2015
Google systems guru explains why containers are the future of computing
As a professor at the University of California, Berkeley, Eric Brewer devised the CAP theorem — a governing concept in the design of distributed systems — and…
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may 2015
A Tmux crash course: tips and tweaks.
~ Intro If you are one of those devs who uses the terminal a lot and ends up with way too many tabs open, or practices pair programming, then this post is for…
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may 2015
Is cosmology having a creative crisis? – Ross Andersen – Aeon
One crisp day last March, Harvard professor John Kovac walked out of his office and into a taxicab that whisked him across town, to a building on the edge of…
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may 2015
Elon Musk’s Space Dream Almost Killed Tesla
SpaceX started with a plan to send mice to Mars. It got crazier from there.
In late October 2001, Elon Musk went to Moscow to buy an intercontinental ballistic…
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may 2015
Announcing Rust 1.0 - The Rust Programming Language Blog
Today we are very proud to announce the 1.0 release of Rust , a new programming language aiming to make it easier to build reliable, efficient systems. Rust…
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may 2015
FastRoute: A scalable load-aware anycast routing architecture for modern CDNs
FastRoute: A scalable load-aware anycast routing architecture for modern CDNs – Flavel et al. 2015 This is the story of how a team at Microsoft redesigned their…
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may 2015
A Taste of Rust
The word rust is the last thing I want to think about when I am hungry and/or fantasizing about building something that will endure through the ages. As a name…
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may 2015
The View from the Front Seat of the Google Self-Driving Car — Backchannel — Medium
About 33,000 people die on America’s roads every year. That’s why so much of the enthusiasm for self-driving cars has focused on their potential to reduce…
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may 2015
Scheduler initialization | Linux Inside
This is the eighth part of the Linux kernel initialization process and we stopped on the setup_nr_cpu_ids function in the previous part. The main point of the…
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may 2015
End of the architecture-specific initializations, almost... | Linux Inside
This is the seventh parth of the Linux Kernel initialization process which covers internals of the setup_arch function from the arch/x86/kernel/setup.c . As you…
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may 2015
Architecture-specific initializations, again... | Linux Inside
In the previous part we saw architecture-specific ( x86_64 in our case) initialization stuff from the arch/x86/kernel/setup.c and finished on x86_configure_nx…
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may 2015
Continue architecture-specific boot-time initializations | Linux Inside
In the previous part , we stopped at the initialization of an architecture-specific stuff from the setup_arch function and will continue with it. As we reserved…
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may 2015
Kernel entry point | Linux Inside
Kernel initialization. Part 4. If you have read the previous part - Last preparations before the kernel entry point , you can remember that we finished all…
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may 2015
Last preparations before the kernel entry point | Linux Inside
This is the third part of the Linux kernel initialization process series. In the previous part we saw early interrupt and exception handling and will continue…
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may 2015
Early interrupts handler | Linux Inside
Early interrupt and exception handling In the previous part we stopped before setting of early interrupt handlers. We continue in this part and will know more…
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may 2015
First steps in the kernel | Linux Inside
Kernel initialization. Part 1. First steps in the kernel code In the previous post ( Kernel booting process. Part 5. ) - Kernel decompression we stopped at the…
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may 2015
Initialization | Linux Inside
Kernel initialization process You will find here a couple of posts which describe the full cycle of kernel initialization from its first steps after the kernel…
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may 2015
Kernel decompression | Linux Inside
Kernel decompression This is the fifth part of the Kernel booting process series. We saw transition to the 64-bit mode in the previous part and we will continue…
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may 2015
Transition to 64-bit mode | Linux Inside
Kernel booting process. Part 4. It is the fourth part of the Kernel booting process and we will see first steps in the protected mode , like checking that cpu…
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may 2015
Video mode initialization and transition to protected mode | Linux Inside
This is the third part of the Kernel booting process series. In the previous part , we stopped right before the call of the set_video routine from the main.c .…
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may 2015
First steps in the kernel setup code | Linux Inside
We started to dive into linux kernel internals in the previous part and saw the initial part of the kernel setup code. We stopped at the first call of the main…
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may 2015
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