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Dustin Mitchell
Mozilla, Buildbot, Chicago, Beer
Mozilla, Buildbot, Chicago, Beer
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At Taskcluster, we're working on a system to "build" the system. It's sort of like Make, but involves docker and a bunch of things that Make doesn't handle very well. And we want to do it in parallel. And we started by using Listr, which has some nice console output.

So I built a thing that does tasks in parallel, in dependency order, and has a pretty status output while doing so.
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Looking at the console output here, I see paths that look suspiciously like buildbot (0.8)!

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Is "boots in lab" a British phrase I'm not familiar with?
what they said: <<Is this a bug in Intel hardware or processor design?
No. This is not a bug or a flaw in Intel products. These new exploits leverage data about the proper operation of processing techniques common to modern computing platforms, potentially compromising security even though a system is operating exactly as it is designed to. Based on the analysis to date, many types of computing devices — with many different vendors’ processors and operating systems — are susceptible to these exploits. >>

what they meant: <<confidence level-- boots in lab.>>

re: https://www.intel.com/content/www/us/en/architecture-and-technology/facts-about-side-channel-analysis-and-intel-products.html
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Want to join a Release Engineering Team with huge ambitions on modernising the automative software engineering? Care to move to Toulouse, one of the best life balanced french cities? Drop me a mail to join us at Renault Software Labs!
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Ah, the Syzygy Cult. I've looked back at code I wrote then (roughly 1995) and it's astoundingly high-quality.. it even had tests. And software testing wasn't a "thing" in 1995 the way it is 22 years later.
Mantra: a trip down memory lane
I woke up this morning with bright plans to be productive and focused and accomplish various things. Instead, I have spent the morning on a delightful trip down memory lane. Way back in high school, more than 20(!) years ago, my friends and I made a video g...
Mantra: a trip down memory lane
Mantra: a trip down memory lane
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