The board itself, which starts at $117
and theres the non-starter. Intel has forgotten the purpose of the Raspberry pi isnt to outperform anything, its to provide affordable low power computing available for a wide array of applications. And FWIW if youre really that squeamish about linux, the Raspberry pi will run Windows 10 (albeit probably not much else after that.)
It's unclear what, exactly, the committee will be able to learn from the information Reddit preserves
or why it would be applicable to a closed criminal investigation that resulted in no indictment and no charges. at this point its just a political fishing expedition to slander the character of a presidential candidate thats already generally reviled by Americans yet unaccountably still able to secure her parties candidate nomination.
maybe if republicans had spent the time it took to conduct four hearings into benghazi more prudently by...say...building a functional candidate and forming meaningful foreign and domestic policy that address genuine issues in the upcoming decade, we wouldnt be stuck voting for a criminal in a twelve thousand dollar potato sack that lectures ad nauseum on the middle class.
Oracle has unveiled its second generation of cloud infrastructure
Cloud isnt something for which there exists a second generation market (only old fashioned servers and hardware have generations, the cloud is eternal so they say.) in other words, you dont get a chance to upstage your competitor after the opening bell rings. You can undercut them in terms of price but Ceph and about a dozen other cloud providers are already very well known and accepted by the community.
truth be told no ones heard of the oracle "first generation" cloud if there was such a thing. Most people are however very familiar with the acronym ORACLE: One Rich Asshole Called Larry Ellison. Youve branded yourself too expensive to sustainably do business with...heck, Oracle licensing is part of the reason things like REDIS, haproxy, maria and percona exist. You drove the exodus, so there is nothing for you to embrace.
customers can quickly configure their domain to point to the web service of their choice with push button simplicity
which is already available in plesk, openstack, and godaddys own panel. why do we need to reinvent this shit every year?
"GoDaddy is seeking to take all the friction out of the process,"
what friction? the DNS RFC has been around since 1987, its not some arcane rune stone of indecipherable glyphs. hell, you managed to get it to work in your panel.
GoDaddy's implementation of the API their senior VP of Domains Engineering "said that the program will not be open to public developers and that any service providers wanting access will have to be approved by his team at GoDaddy."
aaaaaand go fuck yourself for trying to make the internet proprietary. you might have swinging dicks backing this idea, but you can expect a shit-storm of legitimate registrars like Dreamhost and register4less to completely ignore this DNS fever-dream you have. Im sure youll support it for 4 years as an option, then quietly shuffle it under the rug of shit that didnt work out like that cloud storage you based entirely off net-app called Nebula.
where we have 5 versions, 3 syntax distinctions, and flipping through them like a rolodex while muttering "what in the name of god does this code need to run" is a time honoured tradition.
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