Monday, June 17
No One Ever Learns Edition
- If architects designed buildings the way Node.js developers design code, it wouldn't even take a woodpecker.
- Benchmarking Intel's Xeon Gold 6242. (Serve the Home)
Not exactly cheap, but still delivers 80% of the performance of the Xeon Platinum 8260 for half the price.
- A courageous response to a dirtbag hacker. (Bleeping Computer)
Not being facetious. I don't know who Bella Thorne is, but she's a brave and level-headed young lady.
- Google is in a twisty maze of little trap streets, all different. (Thurrott.com)
What Google did here might be legal in the general case (precedent is well-established) but adds fuel to the fire for anti-trust investigators who are already not particularly well-disposed.
- Developer conferences suck. (ZDNet)
So does that article, once it gets past the section criticising Microsoft, Apple, Facebook, and Google. So does Salesforce. They are at least as bad as the consumer-oriented tech giants.
Posted by: The Brickmuppet at Monday, June 17 2019 07:41 PM (xOgT9)
So this is just is-even and is-odd all over again?
Posted by: Rick C at Tuesday, June 18 2019 01:14 AM (Iwkd4)
Log Horizon is definitely better than Sword Arts Online because the writer of the former is better than the writer of the latter. If nothing else, it seems Reki Kawahara has never heard of Google or Wikipedia, given his rather loose grasp of basic facts (Which puts him in plentiful company - How a Realist Hero Rebuilt a Kingdom is steaming pile of an example, topped off by a child's understanding of Machiavelli.)
Posted by: cxt217 at Tuesday, June 18 2019 01:35 PM (LMsTt)
Posted by: Pixy Misa at Tuesday, June 18 2019 02:05 PM (PiXy!)
Posted by: cxt217 at Wednesday, June 19 2019 09:12 AM (LMsTt)
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