Las wikis de Github te permiten mantener documentación relevante del proyecto en el mismo servicio, por lo que resultan bastante prácticas y cómodas de usar, pero si necesitas compartir esa documentación sin dar acceso al código podrías generar una versión HTML con muy poco esfuerzo.
An Argentine court ruled that an orangutan has some human rights. I get that this is exciting news for animalists, but I’m guessing that post/transhumanists and defenders of AI and other sentient beings might also be thrilled, setting legal precedent for nonhuman rights.
It’s always nice to see someone question established beliefs, specially on the highly evolving world of web development.
Jonathan Klein from Etsy revisits the “cookieless domain” recommendation for serving static assets (CSS in particular) and analyses the pros, cons and the importance of taking DNS lookups and latency into consideration.
That we live in the world where we aren’t sure if any given cyberattack is the work of a foreign government or a couple of guys should be scary to us all
Check Sony got hacked hard: what we know and what we don’t know so far from Wired for a broad synthesis of the hack or A breakdown and analysis of the December, 2014 Sony hack from Risk Based Security for a more detailed perspective.
I was recently working on a project where they’re still using Debian 5.0 as their OS. Since I couldn’t find a Vagrant base box with it, I rolled up my sleeves and created my own, so here it is: felipelavinz/debian-lenny
In case you need to create another rare base box, you might want to check this excellent tutorial on creating a Vagrant base box as an starting point.
The new CAPTCHA method recently introduced by Google seems like an important improvement over the ever-more-sludgy letters we were getting used to see across the web.
It’s good to see that the use of CAPTCHAs as an anti-spam method it’s not yet a completely over discussion, and there are still some of us that believe that there are better, unobtrusive alternatives that should be explored, if not preferred.
For now, while CAPTCHAs still are a requirement for some security audit policies, we can at least offer a better experience… Even if it’s just a cleverly disguised white-list