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In brief
MS has admitted to something that used to be unthinkable: using Linux to run some of its own operations.
Amazon’s DNS service gets two new handy features.
Or “What 12 CDN Experts Love and Hate About CDNs”, including some solutions to the issues they raise.
Chrome OS is built on top of the Linux kernel, and you can install a full Linux environment alongside Chrome OS on your Chromebook.
A library that enables you to easily send information about your Sidekiq (a Ruby-based background worker) jobs to a channel on your team’s Slack.
You can also block (or whitelist) entire countries by their defined IP blocks (not failsafe but a start).
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