Gooooooood morning, Humans!!! Hey, this is not a test, this is a tech roundup. Time to rock it from the Delta to the DMZ.
AI, bots and robots
- Amazon sales of “Deep Learning with Python” are counterfeit
- Find compelling and comprehensible media for learning a language
- Towards robot accelerators, democratizing hardware acceleration in robotics
- In Experiment, AI Successfully Impersonates Famous Philosopher
- MIT, Autodesk develop AI that can figure out Lego instructions
But can MEPNet make sense of that Ikea manual too?
- AI Coding with CodeRL: Toward Mastering Program Synthesis with Deep RL
- Rebellion at DataRobot over insider stock sales
Blockchain and decentralization
Woman computer scientist of the week
Jeanne Wenzel Ross is an American organizational theorist and principal research scientist at MIT Sloan School of Management and Director of the MIT Center for Information Systems Research (CISR), specialized in Enterprise Architecture, ICT and Management. She is known for her work on IT governance, and Enterprise architecture.
Cloud and architecture
- LLVM backend for m88k architecture
- AWS open sourced the AWS console design system
- Instagram gets worse with dark patterns lifted from TikTok
- Shipping Multi-Tenant SaaS Using Postgres Row-Level Security
At Nile, we’re making it easier for companies to build world-class control planes for their infra SaaS products. Multi-tenancy is core to all SaaS products and especially those with control-plane architectures. At Nile, we’ve built multi-tenancy into our product from day one. If you are working on an infra SaaS product and need a multi-tenant control plane, you should talk to us.
- For blind internet users, the fix can be worse than the flaws
- Five Laws of Human Stupidity
- AWS us-east-2 outage
- TensorDock Core GPU Cloud – GPU servers from $0.29/hr
- IPv6 Only Cloud Server
- Undersea eruption filled atmosphere with water – Science – AAAS
- Binary Translators for Weak Memory Model Architectures
- Cfplot – Generate waterfall graphs of CloudFormation
- P2PCF – Low cost, low effort WebRTC signalling using Cloudflare workers
- Serverless DNS: Self-Hosted DNS Resolver at the Edge
The RethinkDNS resolver that deploys to Cloudflare Workers, Deno Deploy, and Fly.io – GitHub – serverless-dns/serverless-dns: The RethinkDNS resolver that deploys to Cloudflare Workers, Deno Deploy…
Development and languages
- A self-contained AVR programmer using an Arduino Uno
- The Case for C# and .NET
It has been interesting as Iâve shifted out ofÂ .NET ecosystem which Iâve worked with on the server side (and some stints of desktopâ¦
- Search PDFs with Transformers and Python Notebook
- Data-Parallel Actors: A Programming Model for Scalable Query Serving Systems
- New embedded programming language with C as a host language
- The Pop-11 Programming Language
- CircleCI Announces Support for Gitlab
Learn how teams using GitLab SaaS can build, test, and deploy on CircleCI.
- Google’s Switch to Android Is on the App Store
- Python is Actually Portable
- Programming languages endorsed for server-side use at Meta
We’re sharing our internal programming language guidance that helps our engineers and developers choose the best language for their projects.
- How to create a Python package in 2022
How do you create a Python package? How do you set up automated testing and code coverage? How do you publish the package? That’s what this article…
- SDWM – Simple Dynamic Window Manager for Windows
- Struct Endianness in Python
- WebContainers are now supported in Firefox on desktop and Android
WebContainers are now supported on Firefox for desktop and mobile as a result of StackBlitz and Mozilla collaboration! 🥳
- Logisim – A Graphical Tool for Designing and Simulating Digital Logic Circuits
Quote of the week
in aeronautical circles, it’s said that the f4 is proof that given enough thrust even a brick will fly.
linux is the f4 of computing?
— erik quanstrom
- Leaked documents reveal Amazon’s process to review employees’ worth to Amazon
- Twitter data breach exposes contact details for 5.4M accounts; on sale for $30k
- The World That Twitter Never Made
- Mike Florio: Report Google Has Made a Bid for NFL Sunday Ticket
- Amazon’s Book Piracy Problem
- Google Launches Carbon, an Experimental Replacement for C++
- Google Kubernetes clusters config checker tool
Tool and policy library for reviewing Google Kubernetes Engine clusters against best practices – GitHub – google/gke-policy-automation: Tool and policy library for reviewing Google Kubernetes Engin…
- Intel Foundry Services Lands MediaTek, a Leading TSMC Customer
- Coding Mistake Made Intel GPUs 100X Slower in Ray Tracing
- Why is it so hard to give Google money?
- Mullvad is now available on Amazon
For the first time in our history you can buy Mullvad VPN physical activation codes on Amazon!
- Tesla ransoms car owner remotely by cutting 1/3 of their range
- Alphabet Q2 FY2022 Earnings
- Birdy – Twitter Profile A/B Testing
- Google’s Nest will provide data to police without a warrant
- Google Maps launches Street View in India
- Netflix retroactively editing Stranger Things starts a dangerous trend
In an interview in June, Stranger Things creators The Duffer Brothers discussed making tweaks to old episodes on Netflix, something they later denied. But where do we draw the line in the retconning of art?
- CNIL makes Google Analytics almost illegal in France
- Google delays phasing out ad cookies on Chrome until 2024
- TIFU by using Stripe as a payment processor for my small business
- AMD’s Athlon 64: Getting the Basics Right
- Visualization of Amazon, Apple, Alphabet, and Microsoft’s Consumer Product Lines
- Rumor: Google Stadia May Be Getting Shut Down
Google Stadia denies the recent claims online that it would be shutting down its services by the end of the summer, promising more games to come.
- The Docker, Kubernetes, Terraform, and AWS crash course series
Ramp up on DevOps tools in minutes via a series of lightning quick, hands-on crash courses where you learn by doing.
- May Contain Hackers 2022 – Live Streams
- 1,700 Free Online Courses from Top Universities
Download 1,700 free courses from Stanford, Yale, MIT, Harvard, Berkeley and other great universities to your computer or mobile device. Over 45,000 hours of free audio & video lectures.
- Porn use and men’s and women’s sexual performance
- Why are McDonald’s Self Service Kiosks so hackable?
McDonalds in Australia do a decent cup of coffee. It’s not great but it’s consistently decent so I often start my day with a cup. Due to my travels around Australia in a decked out van I have seen how many McDonalds operate and just how many of
- Information that won’t fit inside your head: Journals with and without bullets
- Duct Tape Book Binding – Cheepo Delux
- The EU has quietly provided Morocco with powerful phone hacking systems
- What they don’t teach you about sockets
- What I Learned at Clubhouse
I’ve learned a lot about building startups over the past few years, and have become much more opinionated on how to do it well. I spent the last 2 years at Clubhouse, where my learning was supercharged by the caliber of our team, the rate of growth, and the very nature of building in a new product category.
- I built an email marketing tool made for indie hackers and solopreneurs
- PickCode – An educational coding environment for students after Scratch
- The Danger of Journaling Is Introspection
- TNBL: The Narrow Bank, or how you have no right to have safe deposits
- Self-Dialogue as a Journaling Strategy
- Upgrading what might be the oldest running Linux install
- The Stanley Parable: Ultra Deluxe Review
- Understanding modern Linux routing (and wg-quick)
- The Last Public Payphone Kiosk on the Streets of New York
- Please Save Hacker Lab
- Want to Start Hacking?
- Cocoa shown to reduce blood pressure and arterial stiffness in real-life study
- Peer review reduces strength of claims of a wildlife market origin of Covid
- A complete guide to creating actually useful courses
- NIST announces preliminary winners of post-quantum competition
- Joni Mitchell learned to play guitar again after a 2015 brain aneurysm
Turbulent Indigo. “I was in a losing fight with a business that basically, you know, was treating me like an also-ran or a has-been, even though I was still doing good work,’ she told an interviewer at the time.
- How much did YouTube pay for 10M views?
- Linux RNG RFC Patch: implement getrandom() in vDSO
- Jitter a Git-based binary manager for Linux written in Nim