The New York Times writes: If the tech industry is drawing one lesson from the latest WikiLeaks disclosures, it’s that data-scrambling encryption works, and the industry should use more of it.
Every once in a while YouTube suggests gem, and this one’s a doozy!
I had totally forgotten about this song until YouTube randomly suggested it to me: Time Zone (Afrika Bambaataa feat.John Lydon) – World Destruction
Reading post-mortems for fun and education: On January 31st 2017, we experienced a major service outage for one of our products, the online service GitLab.com. The outage was caused by an accidental removal of data from our primary database server.
One of my favorite interview questions is: Tell me of one mistake you made and what happened. Tell me of a second mistake. Tell me of a third. Often a prospect will have one or two readily available, but have to resort to bare honesty by the third. You can learn a lot about them from […]
How Do You Know A Developer Is Doing A Good Job? Spoiler alert! In my opinion, the best measures are all subjective: Are they good team members? Can they solve problems? Can they write good code? Are they eager to learn? Can you trust them? I agree and add – do they get stuff done?