New Adventures in DNSSEC and DANE
How DNSSEC works and details of DNS-based Authentication of Named Entities or DANE. We will get to level of TCP packet debugging
to learn it.
Improving Uber’s Mapping Accuracy with CatchME
Errors in map data can significantly impact services, leading to a suboptimal user experience.
Uber engineers use various sources of feedback to identify map errors, for instance, machine learning models to log and understand user feedback, or by evaluating map metrics to improve map quality.
Life of a binary
How the source code that you write is transformed into something that your machine is actually able to run
git rebase in depth
In git we can change history to suit our needs.
This gives us a lot of powerful tools and allows us to curate a good commit history in the same way we use refactoring to uphold good software design practice.
This guide will help to demystify the powerful git-rebase.
Debugging in Vim
This post walks through an example session using termdebug, available in Vim 8.1 release in 2018
Deriving Data Structures
Data Structures are the basic building blocks of software. In this article, one eBay engineer gives his perspective on how they might have evolved over time, enabling us to build complex things out of simpler parts.
How many of you feel like you have a good understanding of what your CPU does when it executes a branch and what the performance implications are, and how many of you feel like you could understand a modern paper on branch prediction, fewer people would raise their hands.
Code to read
a scalable no-SPOF IMAP/POP3 mail server
a syntax highlighter and a tool to semi-automate the rewriting of scripts to ShellCheck conformance
Manage complex tmux sessions easily
A basic gameboy emulator with terminal “Cloud Gaming” support
Instant lightning-fast GraphQL API backed primarily by your PostgreSQL database
Kubernetes Tools that follow Unix philosophy to be simple, modular, and extensible
A distributed knowledge graph store
🥑 Language focused docker images, minus the operating system
an initiative to facilitate the access of Linux’ sysctl reference documentation
A feature flag solution that runs in your existing infrastructure
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