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Jeroen Wiert Pluimers
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I'll be on my https://wiert.me blog and https://twitter.com/jpluimers, even though both do not fit well with my G+ usage patterns.

MeWe is out for now as it is not indexed by public search engines. Not yet sure about Diaspora (even though one of my OpenSuSE machines is called Diaspore). I am trying wiert@pluspora.com (find me back using https://pluspora.com/people?q=wiert )
Pinned: Where will I go when G+ sinks?

I'm working on it, and don't yet know. When I know, I'll update this post here, and add a comment so if you will have subscribed to the comment thread, you should get a notification.

I don't expect to figure these things out before January 2019.
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A while ago, I ran into a problem that an anonymous thread would run longer than the main thread of the application. This caused all sorts of trouble, so in this case I decided to fix it for that particular thread. There are various opinions if this…
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For my link archive: [WayBack] How to collect HAProxy metrics Once you’ve figured out what to monitor, it’s time to collect HAProxy metrics! Use either HAProxy’s built-in tools or third-party programs to get the info you need. Note that the heading of…
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https://twitter.com/Nick_Craver/status/1098211627831345153

1. "Are you ready to work on the auth code?"
2. New dev: "Hell yeah, bring it on!"
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From the geek fun department: [WayBack] IP over Avian Carriers – Wikipedia. I learned through this slightly after the fight to keep HTTP status code 418 (I’m a teapot) which is part of RFC2324 released on April 1st, 1998. The IP over Avian Carriers is…
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You can fire a debugger breakpoint using either of these two: asm int 3 end which is the x86 debug interrupt DebugBreak() which is the Windows API function wrapping the above interrupt I’m not sure how accurate it is (in the past it would fail under some…
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Cool site if I ever need to decipher C declarations again: [WayBack] cdecl: C gibberish ↔ English. You can even store the C code as a URL. via: [WayBack] can someone explain me the C syntax below (from sqlite)SQLITE_PRIVATE void…
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