Our government is out of control anyway, anything that allows blackmail, removal from office, misery in their lives. etc is a good thing
While we're at it let's extend it to programmers, DBAs, sys admins an designers who cause us so much misery because they are too stupid or lazy to build secure systems.
"The newly published document shows how the agencies wanted to “exploit” app store servers – using them to launch so-called “man-in-the-middle” attacks to infect phones with the implants. A man-in-the-middle attack is a technique in which hackers place themselves between computers as they are communicating with each other; it is a tactic sometimes used by criminal hackers to defraud people. In this instance, the method would have allowed the surveillance agencies to modify the content of data packets passing between targeted smartphones and the app servers while an app was being downloaded or updated, inserting spyware that would be covertly sent to the phones."
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It had some REALLY ugly failure modes.
In a production server, I can see value in stepwise evacuating old drives and then swapping them for new larger drives only once the data is stable on the filesystem. Done right you could pull it off with zero downtime without opening a window where a single failure brings you down.
I'm using ZFS in production for now but I'm actively testing btrfs for that reason among others.
You're thinking of the ZFS that goes through FUSE. There is also ZFS on Linux that runs as kernel modules like any other fs.
There's also btrfs.
Of course, neither of those needs the md driver at all, they have their own raid like systems.
Since the contact details are her work details posted to a public website and in regard to a work matter, it's not a problem. Private contact details would be over the line.
If you plan on staying with Perl, I would highly recommend checking out Moose and the other derivative packages that append object systems to Perl 5.
Then learn to affect a cheesy eastern European accent and tell the interviewer you are after Moose and Perl.
But certainly not on a regular road ridden by something other than 5 elephants.
Though there was a good reason for the original compact Macs to discourage users from opening them up -- there were exposed high voltage monitor electronics in there which could give you a hell of a zap of not properly discharged.
The later all in one Macs of the 90s were better in that regard. Their user suitable parts (motherboard, drives) all were easy to get at, but the monitors and power supplies were fully enclosed.
Yet we DID have a patient zero not long ago and the spread was very limited and died out quickly in spite of your claim that there is no herd immunity at our current level of vaccination.
I came up with the answer by reading books and online content about common questions asked at interviews.
Wrong answer. You see, when I ask that question I am wondering how well you think on your feet, not that you actually have an answer; since I really don't care about the answer you give. I need to know how you might handle an off the wall question from a client in a meeting and if I can trust you not to say something stupid. I really just want to see how you react; because you never know what a client might ask, or say.
Do you want to know my Strengths and Weaknesses next, or just how many basketballs fit in this room?
Nah, I'm more of a "How many golf balls were sold in NYC last year" kinda person.
On a related note, there is also an infinite number of shapes a manhole cover can have so that it cannot fall into the hole. But don't tell that to the interviewers.
Having asked that question in interviews, I didn't care what you answer d but was interested in how you came up with answers. Answering "so they don't fall in the hole right away is the least best answer.
Not necessarily, but you would need more than a 15 minute procedure. In some cases they can divide a muscle and graft different nerves to different parts to get a myoelectric output for muscles that are gone.