»For bureaucratic reasons, a colleague of mine had to print, sign, scan, and send by email a high number of pages. To save trees, ink, time, and to stick it to the bureaucrats, I wrote this script.«
The Open-Source components of macOS Big Sur are available now.
With Rust's 1.49 release, ARM64 Linux is becoming a Tier 1 target, while 64-bit ARM macOS and Windows reach Tier 2.
The website of Hector Martin's project to bring »a polished Linux experience on Apple Silicon Macs« is now available.
JupyterLab 3.0 is now shipped with the visual debugger and table of contents extension by default, supports multiple languages, and brings numerous other improvements.
This video is about finding the sweet spot between too sophisticated and not sophisticated enough system architectures.
Link to a document on remote work, provided by GitLab.
In this lengthy article, the author shows why the cloud only reduces complexity in the IT world at first glance.
»What connections are, how they affect our systems, and how and why pooling works.«
This blog post from 2013 explains some established terms that have their origin in Japanese manufacturing.
The author shares six ideas after working in the software industry for 45 years.
The post gives an overview of where the complexities in load-testing lie.
In this post, the author uses a practical example to illustrate that it sometimes takes a lot of effort to make sense of operational failures.
»Every time you decide to solve a problem with code, you are committing part of your future capacity to maintaining and operating that code.«
NoiseTorch is a program for PulseAudio that creates a virtual microphone that suppresses noise.
reptyr allows »re-ptying« programs. It comes in handy for reattaching a long-running process in terminal multiplexer sessions originally started outside of one.
sshuttle adds VPN-like capabilities to SSH that go beyond the built-in port-forwarding features of SSH.
This release of git doesn't contain significant user-facing changes but comes with several internal improvements and fixes.
»five.sentenc.es is a personal policy that all email responses regardless of recipient or subject will be five sentences or less. It's that simple.«