The FCC has already started destroying the Internet

May 12, 2014
The mere mention of the awful new rules proposed by the FCC already is causing fallout
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Thanks to Tom Wheeler, the end of the open Internet is nigh

May 05, 2014
The very fate of a free society rests on enshrining the open Internet -- and the FCC chairman seems determined to do the opposite
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Sure disaster: How not to do the Internet of things

April 28, 2014
Network security shouldn't be a lowest-common-denominator game played by inexperienced manufacturers
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The Heartbleed recovery starts with you and me

April 21, 2014
As we pick up the pieces after the OpenSSL meltdown, let's all reflect on why a globally important open source project had only one full-time developer
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3 big lessons to learn from Heartbleed

April 14, 2014
The devastating OpenSSL vulnerability proves the importance of data center orchestration, the wisdom of running older versions, and the need to give back to the OpenSSL project
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Don't want to mix programming languages? You already do!

April 07, 2014
Multilingual development is already the norm, and every coder would be wise to embrace it
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You say Python, and I say Perl ...

March 31, 2014
Or rather, let's admit there's a right tool for every job, and the multilingual developer is painted into fewer corners
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Fatal abstraction: A bottom-up view of high-level languages

March 24, 2014
Can a low-level guy with a data center mindset find happiness with modern programming languages? I'm trying
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The joy of data center automation -- and its hidden dangers

March 17, 2014
Automating manual or repetitive tasks is a source of great satisfaction for admins, but great disasters may await
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Hey Verizon, we're not as stupid as you think we are

March 10, 2014
We definitely understand how networks function -- and why Verizon is blowing lots of hot air
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