Go 1.11: WebAssembly for the gophers

In February 2017, the issue for WebAssembly support was opened at golang/go by Brad Fitzpatrick member of the Go team. Four months later, Richard Musiol, author of GopherJS, enters the discussion with some “naive” ideas on how to add WebAssembly as a new target for Go compiler… finally posting a “fyi: I have started implementing…

Introducing Driver Module Framework on Windows 10

The Microsoft Devices team is excited to announce the release of an open source framework for Windows driver developers — Driver Module Framework (DMF). With DMF, not only can you easily develop simple and structured Windows Driver Framework (WDF) drivers but also share code amongst your drivers. Over the years Surface organization developed many products…

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SpaceX reveals the controls of its Dragon spacecraft for the first time

Enlarge / NASA astronaut Mike Hopkins meets with employees at SpaceX on Monday. reader comments 232 Share this story HAWTHORNE, Calif.—Across the cavernous rocket factory, the buzz, whirr, and whine of various machinery never ebbed. Even when the president of SpaceX and four blue-suited astronauts strode confidently onto the factory floor Monday afternoon and took…

How to learn an existing code base

Whether it’s your first day at job or a struggling to contribute to any project, it’s really important to understand and master the art of learning, conceptualising and improvising skills to successfully adapt to a project. Specially if you’re not familiar with the technologies, adaptation should be done carefully. Learning an existing codebase takes time…

Announcing tools to help partners improve connectivity

High quality internet access helps people communicate, share knowledge, and strengthen their communities and economies — yet billions of people still lack baseline connectivity. To address this problem, we are building a diverse set of technologies, products, and partnerships designed to expand the boundaries of existing connectivity quality and performance, catalyze new market segments, and…

Mini museum

Every wanted a chunk of the Moon, a bit of the Space Shuttle that’s been in orbit, an ancient fossil, or a 14th century knight’s sword? Mini Museum sells tiny fragments of rare and interesting artifacts encased in lucite, each one a tiny journey through the history of Earth. You’ll visit the bright highlands of…

Build a high-responsive crypto exchange platform with crypto exchange script

Frontend Features: For User: ReCaptcha and Image Captcha User Login and Registration Google 2FA authentication KYC Module Account stats Login Log Shipping Address In Finance Side: User Fiat and Crypto Balance Crypto Blockchain Deposit and Withdraw Affiliate Program and Stats Shopping Orders For Trade: Real-time Exchange Prices Coin k-line Graph Order Depth Graph Current Currency…

Twenty Super Health Benefits of Radish

Radish, that typical and much-loved part of your own salad, is really a root plant, and it is smelly or nice in flavor with a large amount of juice. Radishes can be white-colored, red, magenta or dark, and in conditions of form, it can be lengthy and cylindrical, or circular. They are consumed raw, prepared…

Stupid F#: Taking JSON to the SPA 2

Programming should be fun. All you need is a good set of values, some skill, and the right attitude. F# is the most fun I’ve had in a programming language in years. This essay series is about that: having fun. Most books and essays are about writing awesome code. There’s not a lot of material…

Designing as a developer in 2018

You don’t need a design team to make your website beautiful Whether you’re building a product, a tool, a website, a service, or a startup: first impressions are everything. Users inherently gravitate towards products they can trust, products that feel legitimate and provide a sense of security. A website that looks like it was designed…

RedisGraph: first queryable graph database to use linear algebra to query graphs

TLDR: We’ve been developing a graph database that transforms queries into linear algebra problems, and the result is an architecture that can perform many standard operations on millions of elements in sub-second time. Nearly two years after starting development, we reached a major milestone with the release of RedisGraph v1.0 today. RedisGraph is a graph…

Historical Log Analysis and SIEM Limitations

A glimpse of history. Photo by Sergiu Vălenaș on Unsplash I was recently surfing around Anton Chuvakin’s posts on SIEMs and became particularly restless about one particular requirement “tearing them apart”: real time vs historical analysis. His post from 2014 on the subject gives an excellent overview of the antagonism between these two (scroll down to…