How to Serve over 100K Web Pages a Day on a Slower Home Internet Connection

The cheapest way to run a website is from the home Internet connection that you already have. It’s essentially free if you host your website on a very low-power computer like a Raspberry Pi. The problem with this approach is that upload bandwidth is often very limited on home Internet connections, so your website may…

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Yeap! Finland Will Become The First Country In The World To Get Rid Of All School Subjects

Yeap! Finland Will Become The First Country In The World To Get Rid Of All School Subjects

In an era of technology and easily accessible information, our schools still expect from us to know everything from the books, without considering whether this is going to be what we will actually need in our professional development.How many times have you wondered if you were going to need subjects you were made to learn…

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When Parallel: Pull, Don’t Push

April 30, 2020 nullprogram.com/blog/2020/04/30/ I’ve noticed a small pattern across a few of my projects where I had vectorized and parallelized some code. The original algorithm had a “push” approach, the optimized version instead took a “pull” approach. In this article I’ll describe what I mean, though it’s mostly just so I can show off…

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Breaking RSA Security With A Low Noise D-Wave 2000Q Quantum Annealer: Computational Times, Limitations And Prospects

[Submitted on 5 May 2020] Download PDF Abstract: The RSA cryptosystem could be easily broken with large scale general purpose quantum computers running Shor’s factorization algorithm. Being such devices still in their infancy, a quantum annealing approach to integer factorization has recently gained attention. In this work, we analyzed the most promising strategies for RSA…

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tboox/ltui

tboox/ltui

Introduction (中文) LTUI is a cross-platform terminal ui library based on Lua. This framework originated from the requirements of graphical menu configuration in xmake. Similar to the linux kernel’s menuconf to configure the compilation parameters, so using curses and lua to implement a cross-platform character terminal ui library. Refer to kconfig-frontends for style rendering. Of…

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Ask HN: Is your company sticking to on-premise servers? Why?

Ask HN: Is your company sticking to on-premise servers? Why? 497 points by aspyct 13 hours ago | hide | past | web | favorite | 531 comments I’ve been managing servers for quite some time now. At home, on prem, in the cloud…The more I learn, the more I believe cloud is the only competitive…

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Crash in FBSDKRestrictiveDataFilterManager.m line 80 · Issue #1374 · facebook/facebook-ios-sdk

Crash in FBSDKRestrictiveDataFilterManager.m line 80 · Issue #1374 · facebook/facebook-ios-sdk

Checklist I’ve updated to the latest released version of the SDK (we are experiencing this on an older version from previous builds, FBSDK 6.5.0. I do not know if FBSDK 6.5.2 resolves the issue.) I’ve searched for existing GitHub issues I’ve looked for existing answers on Stack Overflow, the Facebook Developer Community Forum and the…

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Codespaces

Codespaces

Code without compromise Code, build, test, debug, and deploy with a complete development environment in your browser. Simplify your workflow Automatically set up dependencies and SSH keys. Go from code to commit faster on any project. Extend and customize Configure your editor with dotfiles and VS Code extensions to create a consistent environment in every codespace. Contribute to…

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