But they worry about what future deals will mean for privacy and access. The post Digital Rights Activists Are Glad President Trump Killed TPP appeared first on WIRED.
New chairman Ajit Pai is poised to undo the Obama administration's legacy on net neutrality, privacy, and more. The post Trump’s FCC Pick Doesn’t Bode Well For Net Neutrality appeared first on WIRED.
As.NET Core and ASP.NET Core make the transition from project.json style project files to MSBuild (csproj) style files, I'm starting to get myself up to speed on what's needed, what's changing, and why/if it's a good thing. Documentation is still getting updated but there's a great blog post from Nate McMaster who works on the team. Show More Summary
From this article, I’d like create ASP.NET Core (Net Core) application.
Please join Laurynas Biveinis, Percona’s Technical Director – Engineering, on January 25, 2017, at 7 am EST (UTC-8) as he discusses “Percona Server for MySQL 5.7: Key Performance Algorithms.” In this webinar, Laurynas will discuss selected areas of InnoDB and Percona Server for MySQL 5.7 internals as they relate to buffer pool management and flushing […]
Good news for Voice users, more head-scratching for the rest of us. The post Google Voice Update Makes Google's Messaging Strategy More Confusing appeared first on WIRED.
Princess Leia iconography was seen at many women's marches this weekend. The post Princess Leia Gave the Women's March a New Hope appeared first on WIRED.
This blog post contains step-by-step instructions for setting up alerting in Percona Monitoring and Management (PMM) using Grafana. As a Solutions Engineer at Percona, I get to speak with a lot of the early adopters of Percona’s new PMM software. One of the frequent feature requests from them was the need for alerts at certain […]
Posted by Aurash Mahbod, Software Engineer, Google Play Android Instant Apps was previewed at Google I/O last year as a new way to run Android apps without requiring installation. Instant Apps is an important part of our effort to help...Show More Summary
And it's a title that's sure to cause quite a bit of speculation about its meaning. The post The Full Star Wars: Episode VIII Title Has Finally Been Revealed appeared first on WIRED.
In this article, I want to share with you how I solved a very interesting problem of synchronizing data between IoT devices and a cloud application. I’ll start by outlining the general idea and the goals of my project. Then I’ll describe my implementation in greater detail. Show More Summary
As was the case with the SymfonyConsoleForm library, I realized I had not taken the time to properly introduce another library I created some time ago: ConvenientImmutability. This one is a lot simpler, but from a technical standpoint...Show More Summary
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What oh what will a nearly spherical fish do to avoid being swept away? Suction itself to the seafloor, that's what. The post The Achingly Cute Fish With a Suction Cup on Its Belly appeared first on WIRED.
Data artist Nick Rougeux's sentence diagrams look like star charts. The post Beautiful Literary Star Charts Map Famous First Sentences appeared first on WIRED.
Snow, heat, wind, rain—all indoors. Welcome to the climatic wind tunnel. The post Inside the Torture Chamber Where Trains Prove They'll Weather Anything appeared first on WIRED.
Athletes can employ a variety of wearable body sensors to get useful coaching advice. The post Become Your Very Own Coach With These 5 Athletic Gadgets appeared first on WIRED.
Sometimes, plants glow. The post Remarkable Photos Capture the Light That Plants Emit appeared first on WIRED.
Look, we've come to expect twists from M. Night Shyamalan, but that was nuts. The post So, What the Hell Was That Twist at the End of Split? appeared first on WIRED.
Until asteroid mining companies can actually mine asteroids, they're staying solvent by playing in Earth's orbit. The post Asteroid Mining Sounds Hard, Right? You Don’t Know the Half of It appeared first on WIRED.