How to Build an Anycast Network
An anycast network is two or more servers advertising the same IP address from different locations. This is useful for globally distributed servers, so we user in a specific region are routed to server close to them in that region.
High throughput Fizz Buzz
The goal of this question is to write a FizzBuzz implementation that goes from 1 to infinity (or some arbitrary very very large number), and that implementation should do it as fast as possible.
10 tips to build a Content Security Policy (CSP) without breaking your site!
CSP is tricky and attempt to deploy may lead to error like this: Refused to load the script ‘…’ because it violates the following Content Security Policy directive: “script-src ‘self’ ‘report-sample’”.
The 10 tips, learned from years of deploying CSP at scale — will take you from A to Z with regards to proper deployment of Content-Security-Policy without breaking your website / web application.
Analysis of Bot Protection systems with available countermeasures 🚿. How to defeat anti-bot system 👻 and get around browser fingerprinting scripts 🕵️♂️ when scraping the web?
Code to read
A libffi wrapper for Ruby
A pure Ruby HTML5-compliant parser with CSS selector and XPath 1.0 traversal
an efficient, comprehensive, battle-tested Go library for generating and parsing a specific kind of globally unique identifier called a KSUID
A UCI compatible chess engine written in Golang
an elegant python library for interacting with crypto, stocks, and forex for in a consistent and streamlined way.
Serverless Public Key Infrastructure Framework Using Agentless Approach by AirBNB. Read their introduction post
Test Postgres-compatible statements against a set of CORS-like rules
a simple tool to find origin servers of websites protected by Cloudflare, Sucuri or Incapsula with a misconfiguration DNS.
Reconstruct OpenAPI Specifications from real-time workload traffic seamlessly.
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