Undue Risk and Complexity Free Cloud Architecture

One of the platitudes regarding cloud architecture is that there are usually tons of architecture resolution patterns available. All of them work, however only 1 is the perfect resolutionas per a specific reuirment. If you’re wondering what to decide on, let me make a case for explaination. Indeed, several technology stacks and approaches can solve…

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UNIX Co-Founder Ken Thompson’s BSD Password Has Finally Been Cracked

A 39-year-old password of Ken Thompson, the co-creator of the UNIX operating system among, has finally been cracked that belongs to a BSD-based system, one of the original versions of UNIX, which was back then used by various computer science pioneers. In 2014, developer Leah Neukirchen spotted an interesting “/etc/passwd” file in a publicly available…

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10 open source projects proving the power of Google Go

Now 10 years in the wild, Google’s Go programming language has certainly made a name for itself. Lightweight and quick to compile, Go has stirred significant interest due to its generous libraries and abstractions that ease the development of concurrent and distributed (read: cloud) applications. But the true measure of success of any programming language is…

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