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Yes! Finally! The things we wanted and waited for! Shut up and take my money.
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>"You'd walk into the offices and they were closed or they were turning you away saying 'come back next week maybe, but we don't know'," > There appears to be a financial motivation. Australian newspaper The Sydney Morning Herald reported the attackers had demanded a ransom, which the Vanuatu government refused to pay.
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cross-posted from: https://feddit.it/post/96544 > Russia's invasion has changed the world, but perhaps nowhere outside Ukraine has the transformation forged by Moscow’s guns, tanks and missiles been as immediate and far-reaching as along Poland’s border.
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Who controls the internet?
A look at diversity of authoritative NS records in gTLDs. I think we need a viable alternative that is not controlled by SPOF.
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Digging to find something creative and interesting
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Question if one should run DB on K8s pops-up sometimes, here is a list of some options if you decide to do it. Have you tried any of it?
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Taking a look into chaos engineering, rather old, but good one.
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All the best engineering advice I stole from non-technical people
Not a recycled “truths”, but some interesting advice.
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If this works as advertised - will be very useful
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I think one of the best explanation on how to run cron properly with Docker
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Nice collection of posts to bootstrap knowledge on OpenTelemetry. This is kinda becoming standard on distributed tracing of your app/infra.
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Instead of tracking time available on the Slack
Do this - by GitLab guys
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Another one ;) thinking about implications in society if proved and believed as true theory.
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Who knew? Remember - most of the data in most apps is managed so poorly that almost anybody can access it in the org.




Using most of the time — works, but has some quirks. Very good for some blog sites ;)


Thank you, this was very liberating :)


This is what I was thinking as well regarding the suggestion, not sure if that it is solvable…



The more - the merrier. I hope that it will help polish Linux based software even more.


actually kinda interesting article, reminded me of Pattern Recognition book by William Gibson.