Is it time for the IETF to give up? Over at CircleID, Martin Geddes makes a case that it is, in fact, time for the IETF to "fade out." The case he lays out is
This week, I ran across two posts that follow down a path I've gone down before—but it is well worth bringing this point up again. Once more into the breach. Tom, over at the Networking
The audio is a bit low on this video; it actually recorded a bit lower than this, and the process of amplifying made it poor quality. I've already separated the audio recorder from
The other day several of us were gathered in a conference room on the 17th floor of the LinkedIn building in San Francisco, looking out of the windows as we discussed some various technical matters.
You are just about to walk into the interview room. Regardless of whether you are being interviewed, or interviewing—what are you thinking about? Are you thinking about winning? Are you thinking about whining? Or are