You said IoT so many times I just hate you and don't want to read your comment.
esp the god damn lowercase o just makes my skin crawl.
Webkit or not, about as much as I want TCP by pidgin.
Why am I suppose to hate systemd? I frankly haven't noticed it at all until people started complaining here.
But what if no charity at all evetually spawns wider thought on our responsiblity to each other, not as charity, but as being decent human beings.
What about compression/measurement error due to squeezing the stamps? Maybe if they are stacked and then laid horizontally? What about comparing water moistened stamps to saliva moistened stamps? Maybe either one gets the stamp more wet and causes some curling, for example.
your body to science
Which one should I use now and why?
What is the alternative?
He wasn't talking about FreeBSD 20 years ago, he was talking about App deployment on mainframes 20 years ago. Yes, junior it isn't a new idea. Sure some things are different, but many fundamentals were ideas way way before we had the super power, speed we do now.
It was kinda sorta in style during the Roman empire, just for a few centuries or so.
Fucktard, you are an absolute moron. Anon coward or not it has to be said. Look up the term, middleware, PLEASE.
What is the site? This smells of some poor choices, but mixing in A/B with Analytics in your description is not clear. Are your pages fully cached with a CDN? Are there major content decisions made only in the JS?
It isn't the amount, as much as the complexity and the number of different vendors, programmers, companies that are represented. The post a way's up blaming "tracking" is way oversimplified and hitting the wrong issue. How do you debug a page for performance AND MAKE ANY CHANGES, if much of the code you didn't write and you can't change?
I don't know how this got moded up, it is nonsense. Most tracking happens post load/post interactive, and someone saying, "looking at your status line" is a telltale for this person not having a clue about website performance opt. I get this from JS devs and PM's all of the time, and I really do have to prove that the 1M of badly optimized images is more the problem.