Hilarious talk by @feross The Most Annoying Website He does a great job at pointing many possible abuses of Web browser APIs.
Current status: Playing with Typescript
Here is a short video I recorded to celebrate the 30th anniversary of the Web, but also understand the threats to its values and share some tips about what you can do to help protect it. Enjoy !
It looks like I am really into eSport these days. I started with @HearthStone. @GamersOrigin got me interested in League of Legends. And I follow even more games with children.
Lot of fun stuff and the area is exciting and booming.
Wireguard VPN protocol is really fast. OpenVPN was so slow, I could not have it always on. Wireguard speed makes it unnoticeable on my connection. I am a happy user :)
This is huge news: ejabberd now supports 3 realtime standard protocols: XMPP, MQTT, SIP Great job by @processone team!
ejabberd 19.02: The MQTT Edition This is a new release of ejabberd that adds MQTT 5 support and updated XMPP Mix for mobile groupchat. This is a big, big release.
I just published my HTTPMock Go library It has a recorder for storing scenarii and real response. It makes working with HTTP crawler tests much easier.
Feedback welcome :)
ejabberd is now supporting XMPP, MQTT and SIP: github.com/processon…
Massive scalability, single server able to handle all your realtime needs :) Coming soon in 19.02
Heading to Lyon for Lyon eSport LAN :) I will be with @gamersorigin team
If you are interested in the IndieWeb, you can watch IndieWebCamp Austin live stream: youtu.be/bGENDlYMn…
I have started publishing my videos both on YouTube and Vimeo. I want to show the way and not force people to use YouTube and promote alternative. All new videos will be published on both and the most watched from our archive will be reposted on Vimeo: vimeo.com/p1tv
Here is my new IoT Studio Video on MQTT: IoT Studio #2: Introduction to MQTT
Very nice article by @sogrady on open source & cloud APIs: redmonk.com/sogrady/2… It shows the importance of collaboration on standards for Open Source developers. Not as fun as writing code, but a much needed effort.
Cleaning up my Go MQTT client library: Fluux MQTT Next step: QOS 1 and 2
I am planning some videos on open standards, technologies and software development. If you have some topics you would like me to cover, please, send suggestions :) No promise, but I will consider them.
End-to-end encryption is needed these days for XMPP. I just wish we start thinking about the protocol and flow with server performance in mind. It is needed to be deployed at scale on large domains without being too costly.
Fluux.io is ProcessOne brand new XMPP and MQTT SaaS platform: Introducing Fluux: XMPP & MQTT as a Service
Making good and regular progress on my Data Portability Kit (DPK). Today I have been adding tools to record / mock HTTP requests, properly testing redirect: github.com/processon…
Not totally accurate (LiveJournal never was the Linux of social media) but fun article on LiveJournal history, triggered by George RR Martin moving to his own domain last year: “The Linux of social media”—How LiveJournal pioneered (then lost) blogging
Lot of names I had not heard in a long time: LiveJournal, Six Apart, …