Autos, Wohnungen, Partner: Wir teilen alles und fressen uns am Ende der Nahrungskette gegenseitig auf.
One common complaint in the twenty-first century is that nothing is built to last. Even complex, expensive computers seem to have a relatively short shelf-life nowadays. One computer in a small auto repair shop in Gdansk, Poland, however, has survived for the last twenty-five years against all odds. In January a photo was taken by Facebook
…It was like you can now push a button and destroy a data center. How scary is that, right? If the wrong person can get credentials or can phish you, boop, goodnight. Oh, by the way, your backups are in the Cloud. Those are gone too.
To all those DevOps who endlessly admonish us that DevOps isn’t a title: just call yourself Platform Engineers.
The Google Institute has developed an ultra-high resolution gigapixel Art Camera which can automatically recompose images into single works of extraordinary detail.
In China, savvy entrepreneurs are making millions a year by mining bitcoin. Danny Vincent visited one of the world’s biggest facilities of its kind.