Compile time is important - you can be more productive if your edit/compile/test cycle is faster. This is especially true with test-driven development.
I know I should've expected it given it's on medium, and it's been submitted to
This is where the world is going with per-application library installations on Windows, things like Docker on Linux and application bundles containing libraries/frameworks on OSX. It guarantees that you don't get unexpected application breakage on a library update, but in means a library update requires work for every application using it.
Yeah, my ISP gives me a static
You know, I liked the GNAA back when they had press releases relating to recent event, and up-to-the-minute trolling for news stories. But now it's all stale copy-pasta. You aren't the GNAA, you're just lame imitators.
Nope. It's 'crony capitalism'
Call me cynical, but I don't think I've ever seen any other kind of capitalism.
Is Bennet still allowed to post? I haven't seen any of his ramblings for a while.
US is 115V 60Hz. Europe/Aus/China is 230V 50Hz. Japan is 100V 50Hz or 60Hz depending on the area.
Thanks. I've registered three domains with gandi, including a
Haha very funny. Just one problem: none of my spam actually has anything to do with that. Most of it has something to do with HARP, energy independence, diabetes, saving on mortgages and losing weight. I assume these are things Americans worry about.
Seriously though, I will be doing business in China and need Chinese domain names. I honestly don't know who a reputable
I'd be happy to recommend NameCheap for
It makes you vulnerable to MITM attacks, since when you connect to your camera, you can't be sure it's actually yours and not just another device with the same well-known certificate/key.
It means that if you use a key exchange mechanism that encrypts the session keys with the server key then someone who's extracted the private key from one of these can decrypt communications with any of the cameras using the same certificate/key.
If you use a key exchange mechanism with forward secrecy, extracting the private key wouldn't allow Eve to decrypt all your communications.
Sounds a lot like the all-American inventor hero Edison.
People watched videos on one-bit monochrome computer displays that really were black and white.