alokmenghrajani writes: Sharkey is our team's intern summer project. We are open sourcing it today.
In the enterprise world, engineers often ssh into hosts for the first time on a daily basis. This trains them to acknowledge the trust on first use prompt on a daily basis. It's even worse when dealing with VMs which get regularly re-imaged/move around.
Sharkey removes the prompt by signing the openssh certificates.
alokmenghrajani writes: Hack is a programming language we developed for HHVM that interoperates seamlessly with PHP. Hack reconciles the pros of dynamically typed languages with the ones of statically typed ones.
alokmenghrajani writes: Every public internet IP address is connected to a router which has an ASN number. It is therefore possible (and sometimes useful) to map an IP address to its router's ASN. This article is going to show you how to build this mapping.
alokmenghrajani writes: I'm trying to list various technologies which have gone extinct over the years (think Microsoft's Clippy, Swatch's.beat time, abusing imagemaps in web design, etc.). What do you think were the most interesting technologies which didn't survive the test of time?
alokmenghrajani writes: Can you write a regular expression which matches multiples of 3 only? I.e. you want to match "3", "03", "24", "1122", but not "5", "10" or "20". Visit the link to see how I did it.