Linux bridge is a layer 2 virtual device that on its own cannot receive or transmit anything unless you bind one or more real devices to it. It can be used to connect two or more physical Ethernet together to form one bigger (logical) Ethernet.
This is a 3:19 minutes video introduce Redis Bitmaps as an efficent way to do some simple analytics for tracking user activity.
This is for Ruby. But you can still apply those rules to your own stack.
Learn how to build your own deployment solution similar to Heroku, without the need to use any specific cloud provider or tool apart from Docker.
Almost every programmers is bad at estimating cost and time of delivering software. This is a good post attempt at what we can do to improve that.
If you are ever wonder why every user-agent start with Mozzila no matter it’s IE, Safari or Chrome, then spend 5 minutes to read this.
However, they can also applied for anything. They are a great resource to improve your knowledge on networking: tcp vs udp, how the data is send over the wire. They are long but check them out.
A quick introduction into OpenCV to do face recognition. The code is in Python, but as long as you get the concept of OpenCV. It’s pretty easy to apply to your own language since OpenCV has lots of binding for other language.
Seven years of brutally pragmatic lessons in growing and maintaining a web app.
In tradition RDBMS, the primary keys are almost always in incremental number. In recent years, UUID has been using more and more in distribute database system (such as MongoDB, RethinkDB, ElasticSearch). This post mentions some issue can occur when using UUID as primary key.
Continuing with the reading of UUID above, let’s also dive in a bit deeper into history of UUID.
Some good ways to use and setup google analytic.
Every developer has to solve problem of storing secrets securely while still maintaining the easiness of reading the secret. This tool approaches the problem by storing secret on Keybase file system, a distributed file system with end-to-end encryption. The code is quite small, and you can skim over in a few hours to learn a bit more about Keybase FS.
This is an old serie(2014). Though they were using Rust in the example, you may still get lots of ideas about what it would take to build a browser engine and improve your knowledge on DOM/CSS parsing.
Some pretty good Git tricks to end this issue
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