Why FreeBSD #98

Posted on April 09, 2018 in technology

FreeBSD has been production-ready far longer than my career.

If you found a mentor who has been in the business of keeping businesses like yours running since you were a wee kid, you would likely pay attention to their advice.

FreeBSD has opinions, backed by experience and experiments. It has …


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Why FreeBSD #99

Posted on March 31, 2018 in technology

99: FreeBSD is muscle-memory friendly

If you learned FreeBSD 10 years ago, chances are what you learned back then will mostly apply today.

Unless other factors demand otherwise, we can safely assume that we are looking at the middle of FreeBSD's life — it has been around for about 20 years …


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The Fault in Defaults

Posted on March 29, 2018 in technology

Defaults should work for a broad category of customers and ensure their privacy and security. Customers trust your judgment, make your product worthy of that trust.


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