Senator Rand Paul this weekend.
I go to scrum meeting
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Linux Performance Analysis: New Tools and Old Secrets
At the last USENIX/LISA conference, I gave a talk on new Linux performance tools: my open source perf-tools collection. These use existing kernel frameworks, ftrace and perf_events, which are built in to most Linux kernel distributions by default, including the Linux cloud instances I analyze at …
Sorry, ’78. A look at the data reveals that 2015 was by far the worst winter in the history of the city.
The imagery from this ad seems like a great way to open a movie set in a dystopia future.
A robotic hand gently helps to upgrade the landscape with wind power, solar energy, and electric tra
Proof of concept can be elusive if early adopters aren’t willing to pilot the app and invest in figuring out how to make it work.
At the last FreeBSD Developer and Vendor Summit, I gave a talk on “Flame Graphs for FreeBSD”, where I summarized the different types (CPU, memory, disk I/O, off-CPU, chain graphs), showed how they can be generated on FreeBSD, and did some live demos. I think it’s one of my best talks so far, …
The primary product of the OpenBSD project is the OpenBSD operating system, but sometimes other artifacts are produced as byproducts. Avant-garde web site design, funny email threads. Also, reusable code that can be beneficial to other developers, outside the strict confines of OpenBSD.
I believe that for the web to reach its full potential, it will go through a massive re-architecture and re-platforming in the next decade. The current web is “pull-based”, meaning we visit websites or download mobile applications. The future of the web is “push-based”, meaning the web will be …