The End of High-Performance Overclocking May Be Nigh
The End of High-Performance Overclocking May Be Nigh
  • 7/28/2019

A little over seven years ago, I wrote a story called “ Physics, Ivy Bridge, and the Slow Death of Overclocking.” The argument is made, in essence, was that the realities of process node scaling were steadily going to worsen and overclocking headroom

Cloud Computing History
Cloud Computing History
  • 7/28/2019

It’s safe to say Cloud technology has gained overwhelming popularity in recent years. There are several mature and well-established Cloud providers, alongside the numerous tech companies desperately trying to keep up in the race. Countless businesses

Apple Watch Series 5 Review
Apple Watch Series 5 Review
  • 10/2/2019

Early in the year, I got a pretty awesome promotion at work, and as a gift to myself, I bought an Apple Watch Series 4 in Stainless Steel with a Milanese Loop band.

13 Technical Skills You Should Have As A Developer
13 Technical Skills You Should Have As A Developer
  • 6/26/2019

If you are a computer science student or doing a course to become a software engineer or a software developer, there are some technical skills you need to have to become a good programmer. Technology is vast and there are so many tools, platforms, la

You Don’t Need Kubernetes on Your LaptopYou Don’t Need Kubernetes on Your Laptop
You Don’t Need Kubernetes on Your LaptopYou Don’t Need Kubernetes on Your Laptop
  • 6/30/2019

Minikube, kind, k3s, Docker for Desktop, microk8s, etc. are all excellent efforts designed to make that as pleasant as possible, and kudos to all of them. Seriously. But no matter how you slice it, Kubernetes isn’t intended to run on my laptop. Nor i

Slack is a $17 Billion Company Now
Slack is a $17 Billion Company Now
  • 6/22/2019

I love Slack, in fact, I love anything that doesn't resemble an Email box of a social media feed. “Slack” is a ubiquitous term like Uber or Zoom, or even Dropbox to some extent.