The "Ultimate" tag might be a bit much, but it's at least closer to a usable ARM workstation!
Solidrun's Clearfog NXP LX2160A based mini-ITX board with 16 Cortex-A72 cores is closer to being a real thing you can buy for $500-750.
Snyk: *IMPORTANT DISCLOSURE* A malicious remote code execution backdoor has been discovered in the popular bootstrap-sass Ruby gem. The gem has been downloaded over 27 million times in its lifetime. Make sure you're on a safe version.
This one drives me nuts:
I have worked with a few people who shared this opinion, and the answer is always the same. If you need to blame the end user, then you're not doing the job right. When I developed software, I was a fan of ensuring basic controls to avoid problems. I was often overruled in favour of more knobs, etc, to turn, which in turn caused problems. This is just more of the same. Don't blame end users, take pride in your own damn work!
In its ransomware response, Norsk Hydro is an example for us all.
A warning for those who build a livelihood on proprietary systems and services:
Cloud9 (cloud IDE, deployment, and hosting) was bought by Amazon a few years ago, and is now shutting down its original service this December, leaving users scrambling who don't want to migrate to AWS.
* One user has 147 Cloud9 projects that he doesn't know what to do with;
* Another spent countless hours building course-ware and video tutorials that are now completely useless.
I recently purchased a Nikon D850 camera, and I ordered an XQD card.
It arrived in the mail this morning, along with a Sony QDA-SB1 USB-3 reader.
The reader only works with cards marked [USB], and I suspected it was a simple adaptor, without any logic of its own.
I opened it, and was proven correct: the card has its own USB controller, so this reader won't work with any card not marked [USB].
The XQD spec is a bit of a mess.
Archive Team status: 97%, estimated completion 8.5 hours.
"The Eight Fallacies of Distributed Computing, L. Peter Deutsch
1. The network is reliable
2. Latency is zero
3. Bandwidth if infinite
4. The network is secure
5. Topology doesn't change
6. There is one administrator
7. Transport cost is zero
8. The network is homogeneous"
I love open source. Information Security is important to me. I work on Icecast in my free time.
A nice little Mastodon instance. Mild trolling encouraged (keep it local), but not required. Malicious behaviour is not tolerated. Follow Wheaton's law and you'll be fine.