No programmers really work 60-80 hours a week, especially in a 5 day span. That is a 12-16 hour day, 5 days a week.
I promise you that any company that has programmers “working” that many hours is really only getting 2-4 hours of real work out of them each day. The rest of the time will be filled with pointless meetings, a fair amount of web browsing, and then a whole lot of looking busy.
Available for: iPhone 5 and later, iPad 4th generation and later, iPod touch 6th generation and later Impact: An attacker within range may be able to execute arbitrary code on the Wi-Fi chip Description: A stack buffer overflow was addressed through improved input validation. CVE-2017-6975: Gal Beniamini of Google Project Zero
The report further revealed that if the thermal image is collected within 15 seconds of a PIN being entered, the technique is accurate almost 90% of the time. At 30 seconds, this accuracy decreased slightly to 80%. At 45 seconds or more, the accuracy dropped to 35% and below.
One of the challenges with automating deployment is the cut-over itself, taking software from the final stage of testing to live production. You usually need to do this quickly in order to minimize downtime.
Blue-green deployment also gives you a rapid way to rollback - if anything goes wrong you switch the router back to your blue environment.
The history and evolution of the Unix operating system is made available as a revision management repository, covering the period from its inception in 1970 as a 2.5 thousand line kernel and 26 commands, to 2016 as a widely-used 27 million line system.
The project aims to put in the repository as much metadata as possible, allowing the automated analysis of Unix history.
It has been created by synthesizing with custom software 24 snapshots of systems developed at Bell Labs, the University of California at Berkeley, and the 386BSD team, two legacy repositories, and the modern repository of the open source FreeBSD system.
Jordan Mechner (波斯王子的作者) 用 Rotoscoping 的方式將他弟弟做這些動作的畫面拍下來，然後確保在電腦上角色的動作是順暢的：
Here's the source frames used to rotoscope the above animation. Don't let the ghostly pallor fool you! Jordan Mechner's brother is in fact quite healthy; he was altered with state-of-the-art Liquid Paper and Sharpie technology to fit the palette restrictions of the Apple II.
Thanks to Jason Scott and Tony Diaz for successfully extracting the source code from a 22-year-old 3.5" floppy disk archive, a task that took most of a long day and night, and would have taken much longer if not for Tony's incredible expertise, perseverence, and well-maintained collection of vintage Apple hardware.