Autor: mietwagen-news Audi probiert sich aus. Nachdem der Zug auf dem regulären Freefloating-Markt gesättigt scheint, testet Audi Carsharing in einer abgewandelten Form. In Ingolstadt möchte man nicht Low-Budget fahren sondern High-Class Service anbieten. Im...
⏲️ As of today, we have about eighteen years to go until the Y2038 problem occurs. But the Y2038 problem will be giving us headaches long, long before 2038 arrives. I'd like to tell you a story about this.
Babies born today will turn 18 on January 19, 2038, the first date when time becomes unrepresentable using a standard 32-bit unsigned Unix timestamp. It's not far off.
Make it flow toward production... In the #DevOps age, you need to move beyond #ITIL to continual service transition. @matthewpskelton shares how it works on @TechBeaconCom bit.ly/37ddRu8 pic.twitter.com/35hiNoTftP
An effort 9 years in the making, but we’ve finally made it. WebComponents are supported natively in every major browser pic.twitter.com/6yPoTXno27
someone I work with uses "circus factor" instead of "bus factor", as in how many people would need to run away to join the circus for a project to fall apart, and it's super cute and I'm gonna steal it
So why do programmers prefer dark mode? 🤭 Because light attracts bugs. 🚪🏃🏻♀️
1/ THANK YOU IN ADVANCE FOR YOUR PATIENCE while I tell you why I think the movie Metallica: Some Kind of Monster should be *required viewing* for cross-functional product teams. netflix.com/title/80174429
Happy Friday, folks! Why not kick the weekend off with some LGR Oddware? youtube.com/watch?v=_ErL39… And this time we've got the Thermaltake Xray from 2004: a 5.25" drive bay mod that adds a 12V cigarette lighter and retractable cup holder to your PC case. Yes, this exists! pic.twitter.com/W2z3Mi9WSP
Spooky dev environment hack: add 127.0.0.1 xn--9q8h to /etc/hosts and then all your dev servers can be accessed at http://👻 It's localghost!
In just 10 years, the Uber you hail could look like this. The ride-share company partnered with Hyundai to unveil this air taxi concept at #CES. It has a whopping 49-foot wingspan, can go 180 mph, and carries four passengers. Find out more here: wired.trib.al/8zFKSDF pic.twitter.com/ztQ1OARvsQ
If you think a big ball of mud is just stupid and should never happen - read the original paper bit.ly/2ZWloef
Incidents are where a team's collective beliefs about a system (how it works, what makes it have trouble, what behaviors matter more than others, etc.) has an opportunity to get calibrated with reality. How this opportunity is treated signals your value of engineers' expertise.
Anime floppy disks, a thread: pic.twitter.com/ir0XFt6x2T
Some thoughts on environments and running code in production: medium.com/@paulosman/pro…
NEWS: 1. All socio-economic scenarios take us over 2°C. Only one (using 'drastic geoengineering') gets us back down to 1.5°C. ~ New climate models, 2021 IPCC report 2. 'temperature rises of 3-4°C are likely now locked in' ~ Scientists at Pliocene Epoch conference, London 2019 pic.twitter.com/9qixITRcvg
Apparently a non-trivial number of systems are experiencing #Y2020 bugs. A common Y2K "fix" just postponed things by 20 years, interpreting 00-19 as the 2000s and 20-99 as the 1900s. 20 years is now up, some of those systems are still in use, and they think it's 1920. Oooops.
Huge bushfires in Australia have torched 14.5 million acres since September, killing at least 18. This video shows a bushfire raging through Buchan, Victoria. We have entered the age of embers—think of it like an ice age, but with flames. wired.trib.al/gzynsZR pic.twitter.com/7Nz6FmZQl4
Blogged: A decade in review in tech medium.com/@copyconstruct… Wrote about some of the most important trends in tech this decade and some ideas on the pain points the next decade must address. It’s still 2019 in SF, so this is my last post of this decade. Happy New Year! 🎆 🎊
Google veterans: The company has become ‘unrecognizable’ cnbc.com/2019/12/31/goo…
Declaring that this is simply an example of “poor design” is how we end up in situations like this, but it does allow us to feel comfort in an Imaginary Future where designers “pay more attention” or “give more consideration.” Here are some questions to ponder: twitter.com/propublica/sta…
This started of so relatable then took quite the turn 😬 pic.twitter.com/a5JV3MKFNX
While I don't agree with everything in this article...I Do Agree with this; "Too Much American Ingenuity is Chasing Problems That Simply Don’t Matter.“ theatlantic.com/magazine/arch…
The Phoenix Project is a book in the must-read category. It's *free*, today, on Amazon. amazon.com/Phoenix-Projec…
Microsoft Research came up with an A.I. model to predict the number of bugs in a code base and the top predictors in order of accuracy were - company org structure - code churn - code complexity - dependencies - code coverage Anyone else not surprised? augustl.com/blog/2019/best…
😂😂😂 OMG. What a glorious depiction of the senseless and violent waste that is the 5 day merge, involving 50 people trying to integrate all their changes into a working whole again. 🙏🌈❤️🦄 twitter.com/DivineOps/stat…
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