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The other day I had a mental lapse whilst looking for a new domain name, and for some reason typed 'google' into the domain search box.
More often than not, I’m using Amazon Web Services (AWS) as my “cloud”. Not only for my own projects, but almost all customers I’m working for use Amazon for hosting their applications. So over time you build up a lot of experience on AWS service: you know how to (correctly) setup VPC’s, know when to you ECS, EC2 or lambda to host code and even services like S3, SNS and SQS pose no challenges anymore.
Microsoft has quietly added a built-in network packet sniffer to the Windows 10 October 2018 Update, and it has gone unnoticed since its release. A packet sniffer, or network sniffer, is a program that monitors the network activity flowing over a computer down to an individual packet level.
Microsoft has admitted it was wrong about open source, after the company battled it and Linux for years at the height of its desktop domination. Former Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer famously branded Linux “a cancer that attaches itself in an intellectual property sense to everything it touches” back in 2001.
A process to break the chains of old, and usher in an age of less complexity, greater consensus, and a more functional technical stack.
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