The Weekly Dev - 202208

Of Keyboards, Certificates and Millennium Bugs

At the first iteration, computers are the instrument, but if you're a coder, machines are also the object of your knowledge.

Some food for our minds.

Notable new features in the latest Java releases 16 and 17 that haven't been advertised too much.

Source: blogs.oracle.com

About the theme of Google as a general purpose search engine apparently about to die. It's not an exageration, if you search for thing on Google, commercial things come ahead of true ones. Then, what's the purpose of such a search engine if - instead of finding results - it's just an affix of advertisements ?

Source: dkb.io

Some bit of wisdom in: How Everything We're Told About Website Identity Assurance is Wrong

Source: troyhunt.com

An interesting comparison between different keyboard layouts in: How Bad Is QWERTY, Really? A Review of the Literature, such as It Is

Source: www.erichgrunewald.com

"Year 2038 problem? Wasn’t that supposed to be solved once and for all years ago? Not quite." Year 2038 problem is still alive and well

Source: cookieplmonster.github.io



Keywords: [ java ] [ certificate ] [ git ]

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