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Does anyone have any experience with BeyondCorp? https://cloud.google.com/beyondcorp/
BeyondCorp is an enterprise security model that allows employees to work more securely from any location without the need for a traditional VPN. Learn more.
How GURPS Cyberpunk triggered a Secret Service raid of RPG publisher Steve Jackson Games’ offices.
Yeah he is kinda biased toward AWS
“Even helm looks like a software designed by Stalin”
We’re partnering with Microsoft for Startups to make GitHub available for all participants, starting on February 13.
has someone used the codecentric/keycloak helm chart and provided custom themes? I am just looking for an example how to do it. Dockerfile + folder structure.
nope, but i’m interested!
let me know what you find out.
Anybody here have Security+ cert? If so, did you get Network+ first?
yes to the first, no to the second
Yes to the second, no to the first. But I got the network+ so many years ago that it may even be considered another era. Of all my certs the network+ was probably the most valuable applicable knowledge with the least value in the market… wierd.
Security+ was the other way around zero applicable knowledge, but a fundamental job requirement
Folks, do you have any recommendations for NAS with 2 bays and ability to connect via usb-c/thunderbolt3? I have decade old synalogy NAS but it starts to run really slow after few recent OS upgrades and I’m starting to consider a replacement. It would be nice to have ability to install additional software like e.g. pihole or docker so I can drop rpi being online. Also I would be thrilled if I could just insert synalogy formatterd disks and be done with migration but AFAIK synalogy doesn’t offer usb-c connectivity in their products
Happy Friday all
Have a nice weekend!
Discord switches some of their services to Rust. https://www.reddit.com/r/programming/comments/eyuebc/why_discord_is_switching_from_go_to_rust/?sort=confidence
Posted in r/programming by u/malicious_turtle • 3,711 points and 738 comments
I’ll take not needing a GC any day
I like the graph/information has someone seen / done similar stuff with other languages ?
Did you know you can’t breathe while smiling?
smiles… passes out
I’ve put together some of my scripts for creating cloudposse/packages PRs (mainly new apps I want easy/quick access to on any system that are released via github) into its own repo and dropped it out to the world here if anyone is interested: https://github.com/zloeber/ghr-installer. The side benefit of this wrapper is that one off tools which are released on github can be more quickly found and installed regardless if you decide to release it as a full blown packages bundle. Run
make install and, assuming you have whiptail installed, one should get prompted for baseline information to get most kinds of releases automatically installed at the most recent release version.
Github Releases Installer. Contribute to zloeber/ghr-installer development by creating an account on GitHub.
I used it to install minikube and k3sup for example. Most github releases should work well enough I’d think
ghr-helper prompting for k3sup URL to install from.
At the very least this should be handy for the cli tool junkies out there that are having a hard time keeping up with all the new binary releases that seems to have emerged with golang’s rising popularity…
That’s pretty cool - how you can select the package. Does it default to some arch by auto detecting?