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This is a wonderful interview question: You're running IT in a hospital and after replacing an MRI machine, Apple devices newer than the iPhone 6 all start to fail. Older devices are fine and Androids, PCs, etc. are not affected.
Try to guess before you read the answer. In much the same way as LIGO spawned a whole new spectrum of radio astronomy,
Spectre birthed an entire family tree of exciting future vulnerabilities
Sorry, we can't build this environment-saving technology. The name is
far too twee. I mean come on, "floatovoltaics"?!
Vakyrie's flashback in Thor: Ragnarok is pretty neat. The guy who invented it was a regular IT guy until some dude from New Zealand put him in a film. Store your cold bitcoins
like the pros. Practice writing Smart Contracts(tm) like the pros. Where is the "hard fork like the pros" link? Oh I guess BCH is forking again, yawn. Wildfires happen
fast. I'm not exactly sure why but a whole lot of LMDB stories cruised across HN at the same time:
1, 2, 3. Reversible computing, necessary for humans to
aestivate, attracts some academic attention. How come LA gets
hidden oil wells? NYC only has vents. As we all know,
the ability of current chromogenic technologies to regulate solar gain with the tunable extinction of phase-change materials is still far from optimum. More small storage nodes, this time x86 and dual SATA:
Odroid H2. No price yet :(
"Stop suing yourself! Stop suing yourself!" Really enjoying the proliferation of folks trying to find the best merger of strong types and SQL.
Now with macros!
RISC-V is either
popular or unpopular in China.