- If that is true I am a very bad negotiator http://www.frenchweb.fr/les-salaires-des-developpeurs-par-langage-et-niveau-d-experience
- Progressive bands: "Thank you scientist" & "Native Construct" via Adam Neely
- Bookmarks: Started using Stash.ai ... will see. (Does not bring much actually ...)
- Open Office: https://www.techwell.com/techwell-insights/2016/11/myths-behind-brainstorming-open-office-plans-and-collaboration rightfully outlines the Human Factor.
- Pellichi: a blog and a Manga about research and biology (in French) http://pellichi.fr/?cat=100
- Le grand roman des maths : de la préhistoire à nos jours (Mickaël Launay) https://www.amazon.fr/grand-roman-maths-pr%C3%A9histoire-jours/dp/2081378760
- “chaos monkey” for protocols (kind of): turns Postel's law upside down when you are confronted with bad implementations:
- RoughTime introduces deliberate protocol errors: https://blog.gerv.net/2016/09/introducing-deliberate-protocol-errors-langleys-law/
- Used in TLS 1.3 to spot buggy implementations in the wild: they might send wrong TLS number versions. https://lwn.net/Articles/701956/
- GREASE proposition: https://tools.ietf.org/html/draft-davidben-tls-grease-01
- Cloud and RFID: many news converge to show that it is not the announced success. Blockchain story is similar: we show only the good side and forgot the constraints.
- RFID is expensive (not a cheap thing you just put on all objects) http://blog.atlasrfidstore.com/rfid-challenges-look-options-keep-moving-forward
- Cloud resistance: Storage 50% cheaper than cloud: http://www.techcentral.ie/cisco-pits-modular-storage-servers-public-clouds/