- Happy Christmas!
This is the 3D tree that I bought, which is programmable in Python :)
- I’ve published a class to validate input from Keyboard in Java.
Is something very simple, thinking basically about university students struggling to Scanner and nextInt() methods, and that can save many hours.
- If you’re into ZFS I recommend this video:
Is a video from klarasystems about best practices for ZFS.
- Amazing Apache Kafka resources can be found here:
- I decided to lower the price of my book to the minimum in LeanPub $5 USD while covid is going on in order to help people with their lives.
I read with surprise that Comcast is capping the Internet use to 1.2TB per month, and that they will be charging excess.
So… if I contract a Backup with Carbonite or BackBlaze or DropBox or another company and I backup my 10TB files, Comcast will ruin me charging excesses…
Or if I work from home, or the family watches a lot of Netflix…
I can only thinK on their Cast Strategy of CastNumberOfClientsToBankrupcy.
A joke to indicate that I think they will loss clients.
Imagine yesterday I downloaded two images of Ubuntu, being 5 GB, installed Call of Duty in one computer 180 GB, installed few Xbox games 400 GB, listened to Spotify 10 Gb, watched youtube 3 GB, watched Netflix 4 GB, so 602 GB in one day.
Not counting the bandwidth WFH (Working from Home).
Not counting Windows Updates, TV updates, consoles updates, Android Updates, Ubuntu updates…
And this is done in the middle of the covid-19 pandemic, with so many people lock down at home, playing video games, watching movies, and requiring desperately distractions.
<irony>Well done Comcast!</irony>