Mathematicians Use The Darndest Syntax
For Goodness Sakes Just Put It In Prolog Or Lisp Notation Like You're Going To Do Anyway Since Nobody Uses Subscripts And Superscripts And Stuff In Programming And You're Literally Designing A Programming Language
Don't Be A Subscript Cargo Cultist
(this was 1991 so I guess nobody had desktop publishing then anyway but still, ouch)
DTNS has a great 15 minute podast describing the various real and fake (ahem AT&T and Verizon) 5G wireless technologies in the US and how they impact consumers.
On engineering the engineers: I've seen silos borne of decoupled repos first hand and my anecdotal observation is that they are probably only necessary for very large teams (hundreds or thousands of developers).
What a magic world we live in where mobile phones can get new spectrum assigned through a software update.
https://9to5google.com/2019/01/03/google-pixel-3-cbrs-support/ via @firstname.lastname@example.org
Hoping this is the tweet that goes viral for me.
In true internet fashion I'm just famous off the content of others.
I suddenly like USB-C less.
The suite of encryption technologies used in the credit card industry's official point-to-point encryption scheme is called DUKPT and is colloquially pronounced...
The RC4 algorithm can be authenticated in Wikipedia through a reference to a paper by Ron Rivest that links back to the same Wikipedia article, creating a recursive self-validating citation loop. https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/RC4
Pooey Puitton is the fashion story of the year.
My three favorite girls. https://www.instagram.com/p/BsCGkfflSk8/
Codes for a living. CVEs for fun and profit. Plays drums for mostly fun. ZSH. Emacs, Atom, Eclipse. Vim curious.
"I appreciate SDF but it's a general-purpose server and the name doesn't make it obvious that it's about art." - Eugen Rochko