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delighted to announce that my new zine "Hell Yes! CSS!" is out today!
You can get it here for $12: https://wizardzines.com/zines/css
PinePhone #KDE Community Edition #Linux Phone Is Coming on December 1st with Plasma Mobile UI and Convergence https://9to5linux.com/pinephone-kde-community-edition-launches-with-plasma-mobile-ui-convergence @firstname.lastname@example.org @email@example.com #OpenSource
In less than an hour I will be giving my talk "Linux Kernel Adventures: Reversing & Exploiting a Linux Driver". It's free and open for everyone 😄 It will be available on the @firstname.lastname@example.org website. See you soon!
Join me at the Y Combinator Work at a Startup Career Expo 2020 on December 3, 2020 https://www.workatastartup.com/events/startup-career-expo-s20 via @email@example.com
Four months ago we boostrapped a new team to build our Core Banking engine, 100% @firstname.lastname@example.org.
Today we are doubling down: we are looking for other two @email@example.com backend engineers: https://apply.workable.com/truelayer/j/BD023B950B/
You'll be working closely with me 😁 (a pro? a con? 🤔)
RTs are appreciated!
It's ok to be proud of yourself. Life is hard; celebrate everything.
Two presentations in one! @YutaroHayakawa@twitter.com presents:
- eBPF at LINE with their XDP load balancer serving 100s of millions of customer, and
- his ipftrace packet-tracer tool.
bpfbox as a higher-level interface for BPF LSM/KRSI? — William Findlay presents a new process confinement framework based on bcc and BPF LSM. #eBPFSummit
XDP helps filter floods of packets from the network. In the face of big data trends, could we use a similar technique for storage? — @firstname.lastname@example.org at #eBPFSummit now.
Cool thing that I was almost missing out! https://twitter.com/toke_dk/status/1281318972894449673
rbperf is a profiler for Ruby applications, built on BPF, with a CLI interface close to perf's. Presented by @email@example.com today at #eBPFSummit, with nice flame graphs!
How to measure the CPU overhead from your BPF programs — by @firstname.lastname@example.org at #eBPFSummit
Definitely need to try this out
writing trick: sometimes when I write down an explanation of a technical concept, I accidentally use a lot of confusing jargon
But if I try to explain it out loud to an actual person, often the explanation that comes out is MUCH more clear, and then I can just write that down
Shoutout to Jimmy Butler.
Gave it everything he had.
Certified star 🌟
This weekend I'll be speaking at Arch Conf 2020 about our kernel memory management strategy at Facebook, and how it might apply to distribution maintainers and other Linux users. Hope to see you there! :-)