“Curated list of awesome open source healthcare software, libraries, tools and resources. Each link has been vetted to ensure the project is active and provides value to healthcare facilities, providers, developers, policy experts, and/or research scientists.”
(Spoiler: It has a cat in there)
“If you’re on an older version of Android, we recommend you install Firefox Mobile, which supports Android 5.0 and above as of the time of writing.
Why does installing Firefox help? For an Android phone’s built-in browser, the list of trusted root certificates comes from the operating system – which is out of date on these older phones. However, Firefox is currently unique among browsers – it ships with its own list of trusted root certificates. So anyone who installs the latest Firefox version gets the benefit of an up-to-date list of trusted certificate authorities, even if their operating system is out of date.”
This text about akka.io is very readable and gives a good motiviation on why to use actor based programming models like akka.io.
Ab Februar 2021 gibt es noch drei Jahre Wartung, dann endet der Support bei on-premises Installationen.
“10 years ago, interaction with web pages was basically about submitting a long form to the backend and performing simple rendering to the frontend. Apps have evolved to be more real-time: modifying a single form field can automatically trigger a save to the backend, “likes” to some content can be reflected in real time to other connected users, and so forth.”
Another bookmark for myself. Would it make sense to use Akka over RabbitMQ?
“Now when do you use RabbitMQ with Akka? When you need to have the guarantee that your message is delivered to the remote actor. Note that as RabbitMQ uses an at-least-once delivery, your receiving actor must be idempotent or have a way to handle duplicates. But your message never gets lost.”
“The only way to be 100% sure the master branch stays green when new code merges is to run the pipeline using the latest version of the master branch. For teams that have a high volume of merges, this can be difficult or even impossible.”
… die Unterschiede zu erkennen und zu benennen, offenbart die inhaltlichen Schwächen und ideologischen Widersprüche in der “reaktionären Diskurskoalition”.