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Cox: Our Software Dependency Problem

Here is an extensive look at handling software dependencies from Russ Cox. “Dependency managers have scaled this open-source code reuse model down: now, developers can share code at the granularity of individual functions of tens of lines. This… Continue Reading — Cox: Our Software Dependency...

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[$] A DNS flag day

A flag day for DNS is coming on February 1; it may have escaped notice even though it has been planned for nearly a year. Some DNS servers will simply be marked as “dead” by much of the rest of the internet on or after that day,...

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Amazon Elasticsearch Service announces support for Elasticsearch 6.4

Amazon Elasticsearch Service now supports open source Elasticsearch 6.4 and Kibana 6.4. The new version of Elasticsearch and Kibana offers several new features and improvements, including weighted average aggregation, option to multiplex token filters,… Continue Reading — Amazon Elasticsearch Service announces support for Elasticsearch 6.4

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Oracle Statement

Press Release Oracle Statement Redwood Shores, Calif.—Jan 23, 2019 “This meritless lawsuit is based on false allegations and a seriously flawed process within the OFCCP that relies on cherry picked statistics rather than reality. We fiercely disagree with the spurious claims and will continue in the...

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Oracle Statement

Press Release Oracle Statement Redwood Shores, Calif.—Jan 23, 2019 “This meritless lawsuit is based on false allegations and a seriously flawed process within the OFCCP that relies on cherry picked statistics rather than reality. We fiercely disagree with the spurious claims and will continue in the...

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Oracle Statement

Press Release Oracle Statement Redwood Shores, Calif.—Jan 23, 2019 “This meritless lawsuit is based on false allegations and a seriously flawed process within the OFCCP that relies on cherry picked statistics rather than reality. We fiercely disagree with the spurious claims and will continue in the...

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[$] The RCU API, 2019 edition

Read-copy update (RCU) is a synchronization mechanism that was added to the Linux kernel in October 2002. RCU is most frequently described as a replacement for reader-writer locking, but has also been used in a number of other ways. RCU is notab… Continue Reading —...

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