*This* is how you hack: an adventure in Palm emulation. This is some of the most interesting stuff I've read in years. http://dmitry.gr/?r=05.Projects&proj=27.%20rePalm
I just found out that Joe Armstrong died and I can't find the right words to say how sad I am right now. I never had the chance to write Erlang professionally, but learning it many years ago had a profound influence over the way I think about my programs, and over the way I think about my profession. I had a great deal of admiration for his work and his approach to engineering.
Rest in peace, Joe Armstrong!
A classic piece on the perils of miscommunicating complex technical matters -- and on the unfortunate pervasiveness of this practice.
This was all the rage on the interwebs a few days ago but I was in bed with no interwebs a few days ago and I think it deserves a repost.
Those of you who follow Adrian Collyer's Morning Paper probably saw this already, but for everyone else: https://www.ndss-symposium.org/wp-content/uploads/2019/02/ndss2019_01A-2_Yun_paper.pdf . I'm gonna go out on a limb here and speculate that this is actually how TEE was initially envisioned to be used.
A warning for those who build a livelihood on proprietary systems and services:
Cloud9 (cloud IDE, deployment, and hosting) was bought by Amazon a few years ago, and is now shutting down its original service this December, leaving users scrambling who don't want to migrate to AWS.
* One user has 147 Cloud9 projects that he doesn't know what to do with;
* Another spent countless hours building course-ware and video tutorials that are now completely useless.
Touching the Untouchables–36 new security vulnerabilities in LTE standard:
– attacks result in Denial of Service (no LTE available), spoofed SMS, or manipulated user traffic
– there are very likely more security vulnerabilities that remain unfixed in cellular networks
@lerk killall -9 vim , right after I get into beep repeatedly mode.
Home-made weather station:
Built with an ESP8266 micro-controller, BME280 temperature/humidity/pressure sensor and a 0.96" OLED display.
The case is a printed version of the modular-case project I announced here a few weeks ago: https://github.com/muesli/modular-case
Now to figure out how to reset the root password and the network settings.
@Ondo well, I have many projects at the moment, but I guess if I had to pick one I'd tell you about @cloud and its ongoing giveaway, at: https://ap.lollipopcloud.solutions/notice/9gD2o5TeNJn9GH110q
The Lollipop Cloud project is an attempt to make hosting personal internet services such as a website, contact list, remote file storage, or a calendar more accessible to users through open source technology and ARM Computing. It allows for anyone with an ARM computer to host their own services.
Hey developers & ActivityPub enthusiasts!
@GetTogetherComm is a free open alternative to MeetUp.com.
The lead developer needs help with implementing federation, either coding or better documentation about ActivityPub.
There's an open issue for it here:
There's been discussion but no code contributions yet.
Can you help?
(It would be *so* cool to get this kind of service federated, imagine every town having its own instance )
My partner just asked if Mastodon has any accounts or conversations related to transverse myelitis, with which she has been diagnosed since 2013.
She's not on Mastodon but is considering it; she hasn't enjoyed encounters with TM groups on Facebook (kind of an anti-vaxxer / thoughts and prayers / tinfoil hat crowd).
Shot in the dark, but would anyone be welcoming of her and hearing her if she gets a Mastodon account?
I toggle bits. Embedded/systems developer with healthy curiosity towards other fields, computer history enthusiast, occasionally studies drumming, humanities.
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