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ProLinks #10

Net neutrality, bitcoin, newest US aircraft carrier and lots more inside.


How the end of net neutrality could change the internet

Can we assume while testing software that a user wouldn’t perform such silly actions on software? – For example: While performing functional testing of a form in a web application, we will test the fields by entering different kind of random input values.

Incidents, fixes, and the day after – In, our engineers have lots of freedom and can deploy changes 24/7 directly in the production environment.
Linux Performance: Why You Should Almost Always Add Swap Space – We know that using swap space instead of RAM can severely slow down the performance of Linux. So then, one might ask, since I have more than enough RAM available, wouldn’t it better to remove swap space completely?

SQL Injection Wiki! – This wiki’s mission is to be a one stop resource for fully identifying, exploiting, and escalating SQL injection vulnerabilities across various Database Management Systems (DBMS).
Bitcoin – Ultra Spiritual Life episode 86


The Constitution of Athens

How Trump makes extreme things look normal


WW1 Christmas Truce: Silent Night – Extra History – #1

The Story of Hanukkah


Why You Believe Lies You Hear More Often

The Null Hypothesis

The Gene Patent Question

How to Make an Elephant Explode with Science – The Size of Life 2


DIE HARD: Vulnerability In Action


How Pizza Invaded America (and Conquered the World)

Why It’s Impossible to Sink This $13 Billion Ship

Scars of the Secret War

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