When the Optimus #keyboard was designed as an artistic render in 2005 (https://www.artlebedev.com/optimus/concept/), it was just over the cutting edge of what was possible. But now one has been built, and it's expensive and impractical, but it exists.
What about a #keyboard with analog keys and force-feedback? You could emulate any kind of keyboard feel with it.
How the OpenBSD -stable packages are built
When I saw the “Open Letter to Apache #OpenOffice” by #LibreOffice developers, I felt for them:
Two days later, this “answer” suggests that #Apache is actively trying to harm the development of a free “office suite”:
Why does HTML think “chucknorris” is a color?
Performance of Elixir's System.get_env/0 Function
At work I was debugging a performance issue in one of our Elixir applications and stumbled across the strange implementation of Elixir’s System.get_env/0 function. In this blog post I’ll show how it caused performance issues for the application I was debugging and I’ll also propose a better implementation of the function. I’ll conclude by explaining why the better implementation is not used yet.
Scaling web applications
Design philosophy: do the right thing by default and make the dangerous stuff hard to do accidentally.
Linux philosophy: do the wrong thing that’s also a massive security hole by default and then ridicule the person using it for not knowing the twenty-six command-line options it takes to make it do the right thing securely.
After a few months of testing, Adams 0.3.1 fullfills all my current devops needs.
Maybe I should remove the 'more viable alternatives' text in the description.
Elixir, C, Common Lisp, Ruby, OpenBSD
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