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3705d289Computer Languages
I have done programming in (or at least looked at) the following computer languages during my live. Of course the world is not a perfect place, but some languages out there are just plain awful. BASIC - with line...
3705d203Computer Languages
I have done programming in (or at least looked at) the following computer languages during my live. Of course the world is not a perfect place, but some languages out there are just plain awful. BASIC - with line...
3707d524Paul Vixie declares war on malicious domain names.
Paul Vixie has been more or less in charge of BIND development for over 20 years. He is also notable for creating the first anti-spam blacklist, the MAPS RBL, in 1997. Although usenet and email were the first serious...
3707d470Keyboard shortcuts for positioning windows in Mac OS X
It took me a few false starts to work out how to create arbitrary keyboard shortcuts in Mac OS X 10.6 "Snow Leopard", so with any luck this article will make it easier for other people who want to do something similar......
3721d463Root DNSSEC Key Attestation
On June 16, 2010, I witnessed the generation of the first root zone key-signing key in the first key ceremony held by ICANN, the IANA functions operator, at its key ceremony facility in Culpeper, VA.  I attest that the...
3724d427Episode 17
In this episode, Matt and Cricket reveal the first R-rated movies they saw and the circumstances in which they saw them. Oh, and they answer Rob Szarka s question about the maximum number of NS records a zone can contain...
3754d460Better statistical regression tests: Release your inner...
Hi everybody, The PowerDNS Recursor 3.2 release is holding up well for almost all users, but still some slight issues have crept up. One of the issues involved, where we needed to work around an...
3755d174Go Book Building
I m still writing a Go Book which boils down to playing with , Go and Vim. Building the whole document might be a bit tricky, because of all the packages you may need. Assuming you already installed TexLive on your...
3755d290Go Book Building
I'm still "writing a Go Book" which boils down to playing with , Go and Vim. Building the whole document might be a bit tricky, because of all the packages you may need. Assuming you already installed TexLive on your...
3755d208Go Book Building
I'm still "writing a Go Book" which boils down to playing with , Go and Vim. Building the whole document might be a bit tricky, because of all the packages you may need. Assuming you already installed TexLive on your...
3757d138Fuzzy fonts in Chromium Browser Under Linux
I did a small upgrade to the newest version of Chromium and all of the sudden the fonts in the browser area were all blurry and fuzzy After some searching it turned out that WebKit (which Chromium uses for the rendering)...
3757d323Fuzzy fonts in Chromium Browser Under Linux
I did a small upgrade to the newest version of Chromium and all of the sudden the fonts in the browser area were all blurry and fuzzy... After some searching it turned out that WebKit (which Chromium uses for the...
3757d215Fuzzy fonts in Chromium Browser Under Linux
I did a small upgrade to the newest version of Chromium and all of the sudden the fonts in the browser area were all blurry and fuzzy... After some searching it turned out that WebKit (which Chromium uses for the...
3765d155Remember text in LaTeX
After reading the Android Book from O Reilly I saw some nice use of bullets alongside source code which allowed for extra explanation to be given after the code. I thought only one thing: I want to use that too, but then...
3765d313Remember text in LaTeX
After reading the Android Book from O'Reilly I saw some nice use of bullets alongside source code which allowed for extra explanation to be given after the code. I thought only one thing: I want to use that too, but then...
3765d229Remember text in LaTeX
After reading the Android Book from O'Reilly I saw some nice use of bullets alongside source code which allowed for extra explanation to be given after the code. I thought only one thing: I want to use that too, but then...
3774d536DNS RFC Dependency Graphs
Spurred by a recent Slashdot posting, I ve produced some graphs showing the relationships between the RFCs which define the DNS protocol. The graphs (which are in SVG format) split the DNS-related RFCs into three groups...
3777d453Episode 16
In this episode, for the first time ever, Matt and Cricket are joined by a dozen DNS dignitaries to answer a question from Alejandro Acosta about when to plug trust anchors into his name servers' configurations and begin...
3783d141Go Book
I m writing a book about Go. It is very much a work-in-progress, but I just wanted to mention this work and publish a snapshot. The aim is to explain Go and to provide many (many) exercises (and answers) so people may...
3783d308Go Book
I'm writing a book about Go . It is very much a work-in-progress, but I just wanted to mention this work and publish a snapshot. The aim is to explain Go and to provide many ( many ) exercises (and answers) so people may...
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