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Need to get up to speed on HTTP/2? Good news, I just published updated (and free) HPBN chapter: hpbn.co/http2.

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A funny thing happened at the Large Hadron Collider near Geneva, Switzerland. The world’s most powerful particle accelerator was engineered to prove or disprove the existence of the Higgs bos...
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What Is Life? Is Death Real?
 
Great video animation exploring the boundary between "living" and "non-living." h/t @JenLucPiquant 
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In a recent video, Kurzgesagt questions death, what it means to be alive, and whether there really is a difference between the two. The video starts as a scientific look at what separates a living ...
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ACM's new Applicative conference runs from February 25th through the 27th in New York. Keynotes from Jafar Husain at Netflix and Ben Maurer at Facebook. Other speakers include Maged Michael, Theo Schlossnagle, Alexandra Federova, Ulrich Drepper, and Queue's Kode Vicious, George Neville-Neil ...
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The attacks are designed to pressure the popular programming website Github to take down content censored by the Chinese government.
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Distributed Computing · Download PDF version of this article. March 12, 2015. Volume 13, issue 3. Reliable Cron across the Planet ...or How I stopped worrying and learned to love time. Štěpán Davidovič, Kavita Guliani, Google. This article describes Google's implementation of a distributed Cron ...
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The beauty of pi, in part, is that it puts infinity within reach. Credit Photograph by Jeffrey Coolidge / Getty
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University of Surrey researchers have achieved their fastest 5G speed yet while researching wireless networks.
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