Blimey there are a lot of sounds in God of War's dragon roar • Eurogamer.net
When the huge Earth Dragon roars in God of War there are an incredible number of sounds hitting your ear. After all, we don't have a living dragon to simply capture the sound from, so developer Sony Santa Monica had to create it itself. via Pocket
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3 days ago
InfluxData Working on Go Implementation of Apache Arrow | InfluxData
InfluxData is pleased to announce our contribution to the Apache Arrow project. Essentially, we are contributing work that we already started: the development of a Go implementation of Apache Arrow. via Pocket
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4 days ago
Apache Arrow Explained by Dremio - Dremio
Over the past few decades, databases and data analysis have changed dramatically. via Pocket
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4 days ago
The Origin & History of Apache Arrow - Dremio
Apache Arrow was announced as a top level Apache project on Feb 17, 2016. We wanted to give some context regarding the inception of the project, as well as interesting developments as the project has evolved. via Pocket
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4 days ago
Beyond the crash | Adam Tooze | Opinion | The Guardian
Politics don’t matter; market forces shape our world. So ran the dominant ethos before 2008. Adam Tooze, the author of a landmark book, says it was always an illusion ‘I hear people say we have to stop and debate globalisation. You might as well debate whether autumn should follow summer. via Pocket
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4 days ago
The Bullshit Web — Pixel Envy
My home computer in 1998 had a 56K modem connected to our telephone line; we were allowed a maximum of thirty minutes of computer usage a day, because my parents — quite reasonably — did not want to have their telephone shut off for an evening at a time. via Pocket
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4 days ago
Introducing the Dweb - Mozilla Hacks - the Web developer blog
The web is the most successful programming platform in history, resulting in the largest open and accessible collection of human knowledge ever created. So yeah, it’s pretty great. But there are a set of common problems that the web is not able to address. via Pocket
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4 days ago
Machine Learning on Web Logs
Almost every action we do on the Internet or on mobile applications is recorded in files known as web logs. These logs can be very voluminous, providing a classic example of Big Data. Data science and Machine Learning algorithms can provide a way of making value from web logs. via Pocket
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7 days ago
justforfunc #41: CSVQL - serving CSV with SQL (part 2) - YouTube
Liked on YouTube: justforfunc #41: CSVQL - serving CSV with SQL (part 2) https://youtu.be/wIrS5Lqi-xg
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8 days ago
Metadata: Learning Machine Learning: A beginner's journey
I have been learning about machine learning and deep learning (ML/DL) for the last year. I think ML/DL is here to stay. I don't think this is a fad or bubble! Here is why: ML/DL has results. It is hard to argue against success. via Pocket
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12 days ago
The design and implementation of modern column-oriented database systems | the morning paper
I came here by following the references in the Smoke paper we looked at earlier this week. “The design and implementation of modern column-oriented database systems” is a longer piece at 87 pages, but it’s good value-for-time. via Pocket
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13 days ago
macOS 10.14 Mojave: The Ars Technica review | Ars Technica
I ended last year’s review of macOS High Sierra by lamenting its invisibility but praising the much-needed work it did on the macOS foundation. via Pocket
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20 days ago
Bloomberg - Are you a robot?
The attack by Chinese spies reached almost 30 U.S. companies, including Amazon and Apple, by compromising America’s technology supply chain, according to extensive interviews with government and corporate sources. via Pocket
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20 days ago
From VNC to reverse shell
Personal websites are weird. We are mostly past the era of having them, as things like twitter and hosted blog services like Medium have taken them over, but I’m a hold out. via Pocket
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23 days ago
Amazon CloudWatch adds Ability to Build Custom Dashboards Outside the AWS Console
You can now retrieve snapshot of a CloudWatch graph to display on your websites, wikis, and custom dashboards outside of the AWS console for improved monitoring visibility. via Pocket
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23 days ago
Calls between JavaScript and WebAssembly are finally fast 🎉 - Mozilla Hacks - the Web developer blog
At Mozilla, we want WebAssembly to be as fast as it can be. This started with its design, which gives it great throughput. Then we improved load times with a streaming baseline compiler. With this, we compile code faster than it comes over the network. via Pocket
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24 days ago
Amazon Athena adds support for Creating Tables using the results of a Select query (CTAS)
Amazon Athena is an interactive query service that makes it easy to analyze data in Amazon S3 using standard SQL. Athena is serverless, so there is no infrastructure to manage, and you pay only for the queries that you run. via Pocket
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26 days ago
WebAssembly's post-MVP future: A cartoon skill tree - Mozilla Hacks - the Web developer blog
People have a misconception about WebAssembly. They think that the WebAssembly that landed in browsers back in 2017—which we called the minimum viable product (or MVP) of WebAssembly—is the final version of WebAssembly. I can understand where that misconception comes from. via Pocket
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26 days ago
In Praise of Mediocrity | Hacker News
anarbadalov 9 minutes ago "... there’s a deeper reason, I’ve come to think, that so many people don’t have hobbies: We’re afraid of being bad at them. via Pocket
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6 weeks ago
Maybe you don't need Rust and WASM to speed up your JS
Few weeks ago I noticed a blog post “Oxidizing Source Maps with Rust and WebAssembly” making rounds on Twitter - talking about performance benefits of replacing plain JavaScript in the core of source-map library with a Rust version compiled to WebAssembly. via Pocket
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7 weeks ago
Experiments with image manipulation in WASM using Go
The Go master branch recently finished a working prototype implementation of WebAssembly. And being a WASM enthusiast, I naturally wanted to take it out for a spin. In this post, I will be writing down my thoughts on a weekend experiment I did with manipulating images in Go. via Pocket
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7 weeks ago
GLB: GitHub’s open source load balancer | GitHub Engineering
At GitHub, we serve tens of thousands of requests every second out of our network edge, operating on GitHub’s metal cloud. via Pocket
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7 weeks ago
Cloudflare goes InterPlanetary - Introducing Cloudflare’s IPFS Gateway
Today we’re excited to introduce Cloudflare’s IPFS Gateway, an easy way to access content from the InterPlanetary File System (IPFS) that doesn’t require installing and running any special software on your computer. We hope that our gateway, hosted at cloudflare-ipfs. via Pocket
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7 weeks ago
Sealed with an XSS: IT pros urge Lloyds Group to avoid web cross talk • The Register
A pair of IT workers have criticised banks within the Lloyds Banking Group (LBG) for sub-standard security. The group denies anything is amiss, maintaining it follows industry best practice on cyber-security. via Pocket
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7 weeks ago
Olin: 1: Why - Christine Dodrill
Olin is an attempt at defining a radically new operating primitive to make it easier to reason about, deploy and operate event-driven services that are independent of the OS or CPU of the computer they are running on. via Pocket
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9 weeks ago
about.sourcegraph.com
An very detailed walkthrough of implementing a networking protocol (NDP in IPv6) in Go, with many, many code snippets. Matt Layher (@mdlayher, talks) is an engineer at Digital Ocean. via Pocket
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9 weeks ago
Decentralisation: the next big step for the world wide web | Technology | The Guardian
The story that broke early last month that Google would again cooperate with Chinese authorities to run a censored version of its search engine, something the tech giant has neither confirmed nor denied, had ironic timing. via Pocket
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9 weeks ago
Weekend reading: Are we there yet?
What caught my eye this week. Are US markets enjoying a bull run of unprecedented longevity? You might think that could be answered by looking at a graph of long-term stock market gains, but the topic is surprisingly controversial. via Pocket
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11 weeks ago
Hello WebAssembly – Commit Log – Medium
The WebAssembly Community Group reached a consensus on the initial specification for WebAssembly in early 2017. It’s now available and enabled by default in most browsers so lets take a look at it and implement a fantasy console with pure WebAssembly. via Pocket
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12 weeks ago
Weekend reading: Brexit enters the terrible twos
My views on Brexit – which are personal and as partisan as yours, so feel free to skip them all – plus the week’s good reads. Two years after that Referendum result, and according to a survey by the Share Centre, 5% of its customers who voted Remain would now vote Leave. via Pocket
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12 weeks ago
Amazon Athena releases an updated JDBC driver with improved performance when retrieving results
Amazon Athena is an interactive query service that makes it easy analyze data in Amazon S3 using standard SQL. Athena is serverless, so there is no infrastructure to manage, and you pay only for the queries that you run. Today, we are releasing a new version (2.0. via Pocket
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12 weeks ago
The Shockingly Simple Math Behind Early Retirement
Here at Mr. Money Mustache, we talk about all sorts of fancy stuff like investment fundamentals, lifestyle changes that save money, entrepreneurial ideas that help you make money, and philosophy that allows you to make these changes a positive thing instead of a sacrifice. via Pocket
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12 weeks ago
302 Found
I’ve been working in the open source community for almost 5 years now, building and promoting developer tools including Meteor and Apollo. In that time, I’ve found that blogging is one of the most effective ways to spread ideas. via Pocket
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august 2018
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july 2018
Virgin Atlantic stops accepting forced deportations : unitedkingdom
For the United Kingdom of Great Britain (England, Scotland, Wales) and Northern Ireland; News, Politics, Economics, Society, Business, Culture, discussion and anything else UK related. via Pocket
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july 2018
Why Kubernetes is The New Application Server - RHD Blog
Have you ever wondered why you are deploying your multi-platform applications using containers? Is it just a matter of “following the hype”? In this article, I’m going to ask some provocative questions to make my case for Why Kubernetes is the new application server. via Pocket
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july 2018
Game Boy Camera Canon EF Mount — Bastiaan Ekeler
Fun fact, this combination gives me almost the exact focal length to get the moon to fill the tiny 128×112px frame. via Pocket
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july 2018
The Psychology of Money · Collaborative Fund
Let me tell you the story of two investors, neither of whom knew each other, but whose paths crossed in an interesting way. Grace Groner was orphaned at age 12. She never married. She never had kids. She never drove a car. via Pocket
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july 2018
Limited Edition Pi-hole Coins Are Now For Sale – Pi-hole®: A black hole for Internet advertisements
Patrons got first dibs, but there are still plenty of coins available. These coins are high quality, colored, and textured.  Check out the product page for more information.  Enjoy! via Pocket
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july 2018
Dell XPS 13 (9360) Review from a lifelong Mac user | Jeff Geerling
Jeff Geerling Skip to Navigation ↓ Dell XPS 13 (9360) Review from a lifelong Mac user Further reading via Pocket
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july 2018
Weekend reading: Pervasive passive investing is becoming the reality of financial services
What caught my eye this week. This website is 10-years old, and it’s amazing how much the financial landscape has changed in this time. via Pocket
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july 2018
WebAssembly is more than the web
While WebAssembly was given its name for good reason, I also think it’s quite the misnomer. When you hear about WebAssembly, don’t just think of the web: think bigger. Many programmers know that WebAssembly is a technology that lets you run non-JavaScript code in the browser. via Pocket
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july 2018
Web Assembly and Go: A look to the future
It's no secret that I'm resistant to learning Javascript and frontend development. I learned HTML back before CSS was even a thing, and even Javascript came long after I started doing web development. via Pocket
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july 2018
Calling the world cup goals 5 seconds before they happen
It’s that time again where once every 4 years people get very hyped over kicking a ball around a grass pitch, however this time my own country is actually doing pretty well! At the time of writing we just beat Sweden and are now faced against Croatia! via Pocket
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july 2018
Delivering billions of messages exactly once · Segment Blog
The single requirement of all data pipelines is that they cannot lose data. Data can usually be delayed or re-ordered–but never dropped.  To satisfy this requirement, most distributed systems guarantee at-least-once delivery. via Pocket
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july 2018
Choco Mountain: The History of Mario Kart 64's Most Infamous Track - YouTube
Liked on YouTube: Choco Mountain: The History of Mario Kart 64's Most Infamous Track https://youtu.be/Y99Wj-NStok
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july 2018
America’s Millennials Are Waking Up to a Grim Financial Future - Bloomberg
Lately I’ve been losing track of how old everyone is. Friends, co-workers and family members are resisting middle age with vigorous exercise, careful diets and regular doctor visits. via Pocket
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june 2018
Auphonic Blog: Codec2: a whole Podcast on a Floppy Disk
In a previous blogpost we talked about the Opus codec, which offers very low bitrates. Another codec seeking to achieve even lower bitrates is Codec 2. via Pocket
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june 2018
Extending Magic Pocket Innovation with the first petabyte scale SMR drive deployment | Dropbox Tech Blog
Magic Pocket, the exabyte scale custom infrastructure we built to drive efficiency and performance for all Dropbox products, is an ongoing platform for innovation. We continually look for opportunities to increase storage density, reduce latency, improve reliability, and lower costs. via Pocket
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june 2018
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