Blocking the blocker who blocks the blocker
Blocking the blocker who blocks the blocker
  • 7/28/2019

Knowing how the web works, it was only a matter of time: if ad-blockers were created to help users avoid advertising on web sites, and anti-adblocker be merged so that websites could recognize if we had an ad-blocker installed, forcing us to disable

Stop trying to invent the next Facebook or Amazon
Stop trying to invent the next Facebook or Amazon
  • 6/22/2019

The story of Zoom founder Eric S. Yuan is an entrepreneurial fable that proves even the most crowded markets are never truly full.

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.

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.

The Internet of Things Will Depend on Sustainable Energy
The Internet of Things Will Depend on Sustainable Energy
  • 7/28/2019

The Internet of Things (IoT) is a technology which has revealed its true scope as new applications have emerged. For most people, the smart home is the first thought — it is easy to imagine connected fridges which can reorder groceries once they drop