I recently started a new project, and all the anxiety around someone running peacenotwar or other similar malicious code which would simply wipe my computer is coming up again.
I submitted a pull request to an open source project and it didn't get approved.
This is an implementation of a Time Stamp Authority (no longer RFC 3161, but instead Roughtime) using JWS.
We need a better way to keep Mastodon development moving forward.
The Principle of Least Privilege is often bad – at least in the way that it is implemented in many companies today.
As a single user instance maintainer on Mastodon, the impact of defederation is much bigger on me than on the larger instances which could be self sufficient.
If you ever needed reasons not to buy NFTs, here are a few. And remember, friends don't let friends bet on stock markets, currency exchanges, or NFTs.
When some projects use nvm and others use volta, then we need both to live side by side.
I thought it was about time to do a definitive guide on how to set up EKS.
Get intelligence about user engagement without the poor user experience of intrusive cookie popups.
Opponents of the gig economy obviously never worked in a position with two weeks notice.
Has lambda been superseded by kubernetes? Are we better off with the versatility of just instantiating a docker image than being forced into lambda protocols?
It turns out that iCloud does not necessarily free up disk space, even when you ask it to.
We all tried it. You invited a semi-large group of people to a meeting, and now you are getting spammed with calendar responses.
Kubernetes + helm does everything that provisioning server instances, configuring web server reverse proxies, and actually deploying your services does, all in one. It has to be complicated.
I created a completely self-contained reverse geo-location service which you can host yourself. Code and docker images available on github.
Time stamping is an increasingly valuable complement to digital signing practices, enabling organizations to record when a digital item—such as a message, document, transaction or piece of software—was signed.
It seemed easy enough, if you already have a DigitalOcean or similar hosting provider. It all should be done in 5 easy steps. Getting the pre-built ghost image was the easy part.
The App Delegate has many responsibilites by default including crash reporting, analytics, setting up the CoreData stack, notifications etc.This breaks the Single Responsibility principle because the AppDelegate handles too many things.
I present a simple example with a prover and a verifier who do not know each other in advance and only share data in the form of a commitment to a set. The source code to the cryptographic accumulator is an evolution of a product from starcoin which has an
This article is a reaction to the From Java to Kotlin and Back Again article, which I disagree with on pretty much every single point. Kotlin is popular, Kotlin is familiar if you are coming from iOS development. Kotlin gives you compile-time null-safety and less boilerplate than Java. Naturally, it’
Before we begin, I should describe why we started using Realm in the first place. Realm is fast. Really fast. At least in this comparison to SQLite + SharkORM. In most use cases, I rarely perform 10.000 select statements, and in most apps I have been a part of developing,