Most, if not all, of these ebooks retail for more than the $1, $8, and $15 levels. Many of them retail for more than the $30 level, which also gets you "The Linux Programming Interface", which alone retails for $79.95.
And you get to pick the charities. What are you waiting for?
in /sbin/shutdown.c :
"Die you gravy sucking pig dog" !
Remember that 'Learning' must be cumulative and that your memory looks very like a FIFO. Just pipe your outputs to your input.
There should be a global 'awareness' week for developers. For a week reduce your RAM to 2 GB, disable all cores except 2, downscale your resolution to 1366x768 and cap your internet at 1 Mbps (or less for mobile developers)...
Maybe, just maybe we will start to have less crappy, bloated software.
The first rule of the internet club is :
- Don't waste your time caring about the slanders
Offices are kind of... Bad. Libraries all have quiet study areas because people realize that many people need a quiet environment to do challenging work, but for some reason that logic never carried over into the workplace.
OpenBSD gains Wi-Fi "auto-join" https://undeadly.org/cgi?action=article;sid=20180712084645
Towards Better Understanding of Black-box Auto-Tuning: A Comparative Analysis for #Storage Systems
"Ext4 alone has around 60 parameters with whopping 10**37 unique combinations of values. Default parameter settings provided by vendors are often suboptimal [...] tuning even a small subset of parameters can improve power and performance efficiency of storage systems by as much as 9x"