Have you ever struggled to explain to someone why privacy matters? I know I have. You have this perfectly coherent argument in your head about why mass surveillance might not be such a good idea, but it all falls apart when you get a reply along the lines of “but I’m no dissident in an […]
Cool that you’re checking this out! Here I post about stuff I feel like posting about …
Whenever I find an interesting new topic I want to sink my time into for the next few months, I will try to make a mental note, to jot down something about it on this page.
There’s not much here at the moment, but hopefully in time I will be able to change that!
Eine Bekannte von mir muss sich momentan leider mit genau dieser Frage auseinandersetzen. Da ich bedauerlicherweise einschlägige Erfahrung mit Cyberattacken auf einen meiner Kunden habe, bat ein gemeinsamer Freund mich darum, dass ich mich mit Ihr hinsetze und durchgehe, was man in so einem Fall machen sollte. Da ich momentan krank im Bett liege und
I stumbled over the following question the other day: Is there a simple way to make python parallelize list comprehensions? List comprehensions in general are not easily parallelizeable with standard python tools, but if it’s about a list comprehension that just maps a computationally intensive function over a list, and you want to parallelize the
Fedora Server It’s that time of the year again – spring. Where normal people clean their home, and nerds clean out their IT-infrastructure. My unfortunate victim this year is my old Nextcloud server. A dual-core machine running Ubuntu 20.04. Even though everything works fine with just two cores, running on eight gives the web UI