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I like using Jupyter Notebooks (https://jupyter.org/). Particularly when combined with nbdev (https://nbdev.fast.ai/). In this video, I explain why, and explain why I have a different opinion to Joel Grus, who discussed in another talk why he doesn’t like using Jupyter Notebooks (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7jiPeIFXb6U).
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TODAY’S 🎙SHOW: Douglas Tuman interviews Richard Stallman, an American free software movement activist, programmer and digital privacy activist best know for launching the GNU Project and founding the Free Software Foundation.
In this interview Doug seeks to understand Richard‘s Philosophy’s behind his activism, why his passion for providing humanity with more freedom and liberty through software and his pro digital privacy stance, does not make him more enthusiastic about a free software project like Monero.
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#In English: if the world had listened to this man more we would not have this situation now when it comes to software and software on the Internet where several companies hold a complete monopoly and dictate the fate of all of us! For more: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Richard_Stallman
#Na Srpskom: Da je svet vise slusao ovog coveka ne bi smo imali sada ovakvu situaciju sto se tice sftvera i softvera na internetu gde nekoliko kompanije drze potpuni monopol i diktiraju sudbinu svima nama! Ko zeli saznati vise: https://sr.wikipedia.org/wiki/%D0%A0%D0%B8%D1%87%D0%B0%D1%80%D0%B4_%D0%A1%D1%82%D0%BE%D0%BB%D0%BC%D0%B0%D0%BD
Jon "maddog" Hall gives a brief history of the period of 1969 to 2019 with regard to 50 years of Unix and Internet advancement. Some of the high (and low) points of that period and its meaning to computer science of today. He calls for a celebration in the year 2019 of the women and men who made these advances possible. 2019 will be 50 years of Unix, 25 years of usable Linux, Linus Torvalds’s 50 years old, 10 years since the start of the ideas to setup Linaro and more.
Linus Torvalds transformed technology twice — first with the Linux kernel, which helps power the Internet, and again with Git, the source code management system used by developers worldwide. In a rare interview with TED Curator Chris Anderson, Torvalds discusses with remarkable openness the personality traits that prompted his unique philosophy of work, engineering and life. "I am not a visionary, I’m an engineer," Torvalds says. "I’m perfectly happy with all the people who are walking around and just staring at the clouds … but I’m looking at the ground, and I want to fix the pothole that’s right in front of me before I fall in."
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systemd is, to put it mildly, controversial. As a FreeBSD developer I decided I wanted to know why.
I delved into the history of bootstrap systems, and even the history of UNIX and other contemporary operating systems, to try and work out why something like systemd was seem as necessary, if not desirable. I also tried to work out why so many people found it so upsetting, annoying, or otherwise rage-inducing.
Join me on a journey through the bootstrap process, the history of init, the reasons why change can be scary, and the discovery of a part of your OS you may not even know existed.
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Second part of the King Terry interview.
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