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OVH gave up on hubiC

I checked our hubiC (here’s why I gave it up) today as I wanted to reconsider it for a side project and noticed that OVH gave up on hubiC as well. Here’s the full notice from the OVH team: In 2011, an experimental ‘Lab’ on storage technologies was met with a rapid and unexpected degree

Recommended Links #9

I’ve been busy with some new projects lately and haven’t posted here in a while, but since I’m back I’ll also give you another compilation of recommended reads (obviously with the picture of a beautiful girl). Here it goes: The military is an impossible place for hackers;USB/IP Tutorial;Types of Hackers & Why they Hack;Cyber Security

Up to 3 free cloud servers from Hetzner

The folks at Hetzner have recently launched their cloud platform and to test out the service and also to do a good impression they are giving out up to three free cloud servers per customer for a limited time, while the platform is still in beta. They offer the possibility to deploy cloud servers in

Video tutorials in tech are just bad

Lately a lot of people have started to ditch text and focus on video for their tutorials because they saw video as a trend and decided to ride the wave. However I see the video tutorials as a bad choice when it comes to tech. You know me, I’ve been writing every once in a

Recommended Links #8

I know it’s been a while since my last recommendations, but here’s a new batch: Learn Redis the hard way (in production); The arrival of AI; VPN’s are a solution to a privacy concern; PHP 7.2 deprecations; Stop using device breakpoints!; 12 useful hacks for Javascript; Malware infection rate is soaring on smartphones; Preload, prefetch