It 404s here?
— Bart Suichies (@bsuichies) December 9, 2018
Intellectual Laziness: the refusal to study or understand pre-existing literature on the same topic. Instead, practitioners invent new terminology so as to obfuscate comparison and analysis, often for the purpose of selling non-experts on their invention while confusing experts.
— Bob McElrath (@BobMcElrath) December 8, 2018
The Government of Canada officially endorses #opensource in its policy directives. This is a huge moment. 👍👍 https://t.co/o5fd9jIFKH Congrats @AshleyCasovan @GuillCharest @smellems @GC_McGee @AlexBenay and everyone who helped make this happen! #GCdigital pic.twitter.com/KnF9YSuFKD
— Sean Boots (@sboots) December 5, 2018
Yet another example showing that usable security can only be achieved with a physically separate display.
As long as confirmation messages for important actions are shown on the same pixels as apps and websites, malware is going to manipulate those pixels to trick users. https://t.co/JWiuFX3krI
— Aron van Ammers (@aronvanammers) December 3, 2018
Amazon has a new "managed blockchain" offering i.e. they manage the infrastructure for you. This is how they are selling it:
"Blockchain makes it possible to build applications where multiple parties can execute transactions without the need for a trusted, central authority. "
— Sarah Jamie Lewis (@SarahJamieLewis) November 28, 2018
1998: "You should build systems out of single-purpose loosely-coupled components
2008: "You should build systems out of single-purpose loosely-coupled components"
2018: "You should build systems out of single-purpose loosely-coupled components"
Technology changes so fast!
— jasongorman (@jasongorman) November 19, 2018