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Josenivaldo Benito Junior
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Há mais de 15 anos consumindo café e produzindo código.
Há mais de 15 anos consumindo café e produzindo código.

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So the choice is Crashplan, they have Linux backup and are focused on users not on "offer best experience for Mac and Windows". Sorry backblze, I really tried to like you.
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Finally!
CloudFront, S3 Transfer Acceleration & AWS WAF support #IPv6 starting today! http://amzn.to/2cXBJ8r
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Setting up my new laptop. Am once again reminded that the crazy UI people continue to think that "DPI" is something meaningful. No it is not. The number of pixels matters. Not the DPI.

The new laptop has the same resolution as my desktop, but apparently because the laptop screen is smaller, gnome seems to decide on its own that I need an automatic scaling factor of 2, which blows up all the stupid things (window decorations, icons etc) to a ridiculous degree.

And obviously none of this is documented anywhere, nor are there any sane settings to edit it. Because "settings confuse people". So instead, you have to do this:

gsettings set org.gnome.desktop.interface scaling-factor 1

because unlike having some UI in the gnome settings center, that confuses nobody.

What the hell is wrong with UI people? What insane person thought that it's a good idea to say "oh, you have a 13.3" QHD+ display, let's make it act completely different from your 28" QHD+ desktop display and waste all that precious screen real estate with stupid window borders and big fonts in your title bars?"

And especially if you have some heuristic tunable that makes random UI decisions for people, give me a simple setting in the control center that says "no, I really know better than you do".

But no.

Writing a G+ rant just to remind myself for next time this insanity happens.
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Amazon CloudFront now supports HTTP/2. Learn more here: http://amzn.to/2cCCjd0
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How to upgrade your ESP8266 memory to 4MB (in under 2 minutes)
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