Learning KVM - implement your own Linux kernel
Another hard code article on Kernel-based Virtual Machine. This kernel we implement simply boot and print out somethign then exit.
Baby step but fun and sure you will know more about computer after finishing this.
bit wise operators tricsk
Bit operations operate on the individual bits of the bit patterns and we perform such operations using bitwise operators
We use bitwise operators whenever we need to manipulate bits directly. Bitwise Operations are faster and closer to the system and sometimes optimize the program to a good level.
From relational DB to single DynamoDB table
DynamoDB is a database managed by AWS. It’s main interface is HTTP that makes it very easy to use.
AWS managed and scale it for us. We never has to worry about upgrading database or security impact or downtime.
It’s support cross region replication as well.
However, AWS said that in a well design app, a single table can cover everything. How can we do that?
Learn eBPF Tracing: Tutorial and Examples
HTML page. With eBPF, we can write mini programs that run on events like disk I/O, network etc. This article gives some guide on learning eBPF
Code to read
Forth with Lisp in C
Versatile PDF creation and manipulation for Ruby
Dynamically changing, partially-stateful data-flow for web apps
The modern video player for macOS
Spotify now playing
A menu bar MacOS app to display current spotify playing. Learn some Electron
Library for detecting patterns and anomalies in massive datasets using the Matrix Profile
Build your personal knowledge base with Trilium Notes
A full-text search engine in rust
An HTTP router and reverse proxy for service composition, including use cases like Kubernetes Ingress
CLI for SQLite Databases with auto-completion and syntax highlighting
Local Kubernetes development with no stress
OS X and iOS application and framework to play with the Apple Push Notification service
3,000+ gorgeous SVG logos, perfect for your README or credits page
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