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- 19 mai Paris Petit-Déjeuner Coreye Développer son business à l'abri des cyberattaques
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- Cyber-assurances Seules 40 pourcents des entreprises françaises sont couvertes contre les violations de sécurité et les pertes de données
- Des étudiants de l'ESIEA inventent CheckMyHTTPS un logiciel qui vérifie que vos connexions WEB sécurisées ne sont pas interceptées
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- Mises à jour en perspective pour le système Vigik
- Les russes ont-ils pwn le système AEGIS ?
- Le ministère de l'intérieur censure une conférence au Canada
- Saut d'air gap, audit de firmware et (in)sécurité mobile au programme de Cansecwest 2014
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[2012-10-06] - 08:41:53 - @marcua Well, Paxos + 2PC + 2PL + wound-wait + TrueTime is just a lot of mechanism. Why pick that particular combination among others?

[2012-10-06] - 08:41:53 - @brianfcooper @marcua Is there really only One True Way to compose TrueTime, Paxos, and 2PC? Maybe so.

[2012-09-15] - 22:41:37 - @omarkilani Nope, GSM, so forget that :)

[2012-09-15] - 02:54:58 - Dear lazyweb: anyone have experience convincing OSX apps (e.g., OmniGraffle) to use only Type 1 fonts in generated PDFs?

[2012-09-06] - 19:41:48 - @bigdata In this case, the code fragment could have beeneasily re-formulated using one single declarative SQL statement.

[2012-09-06] - 19:41:48 - Head to the cloud computing event of the year to see speakers like Sir Richard Branson and Tony Robbins.

[2012-08-11] - 09:56:45 - Google is the Xerox PARC of the cloud computing age.

[2012-08-06] - 12:48:56 - I've been idly amusing myself by trying to hack up support for SQL-standard LATERAL subqueries. Oh, Postgres hackers.

[2012-07-27] - 00:30:43 - @sorenmacbeth @lusciouspear Come on, single quoting SQL identifiers?! smh

[2012-07-08] - 18:19:35 - Interesting that several recent wide-scale public cloud failures involve more edge-case performance collapse than simple fail-stop behavior

[2012-04-04] - 15:21:42 - RT @avsm: holy smokes. the written-from-scratch-in-Bluespec soft-core CPU now boots FreeBSD/MIPS64 on an FPGA. And we're hiring! http:// ...

[2012-03-23] - 09:37:29 - RT @joe_hellerstein: New 0.9.0 release of bud: Bloom distributed DSL in Ruby. http://t.co/0MB5JBK4 Major rewrite to core engine, major ...

[2012-03-10] - 21:43:36 - @MikeLewis Right, Java is like programming in a padded room. Interesting to see movement away from that (generics, Scala, closures, etc.)

[2012-02-19] - 04:49:25 - Ruby's nestful gem is a truly wretched piece of code: https://t.co/hBIRNjq7

[2012-02-03] - 09:21:23 - RT @akumar: Amazon?s margins are so slim that Facebook ? recorded nearly double the profit of Amazon last year ($1 bil vs $631 mil) http ...

[2012-01-20] - 23:50:19 - Lots of interesting talks in the Berkeley Cloud Seminar this semester: http://t.co/4H83dWig

[2012-01-11] - 04:01:54 - Most incoherent definition yet? The cloud is techie shorthand for a baseless Web-connected network? http://t.co/yd7pgCXG

[2011-12-21] - 23:18:28 - @strlen In my experience you can trust very little of what you see in gdb at optimization levels above -O0

[2011-12-20] - 00:06:13 - Which has had more impact: Amazon Web Services or the sum total of all academic systems research since, say, 1995?

[2011-10-28] - 09:39:15 - @yaaang The E2E argument is often taken as a hard-and-fast commandment, rather than a rule of thumb that is subject to engineering tradeoffs

[2011-10-25] - 00:38:48 - RT @joe_hellerstein: Original Escrow Transaction Model paper deserves a re-read by current cloud generation folk. http://t.co/4DUHGbmw

[2011-10-20] - 10:03:40 - @chrisbaglieri Yeah, reverse engineering it via screen scraping would be a lot more fun

[2011-10-18] - 02:35:16 - Favorite part of reading IEEE papers: the dorky author photos and bios.

[2011-10-14] - 23:01:38 - RT @abenik: What do Amazon EBS-gate, RIMM outage, and a few other recent high profile Ops disasters have in common? Network was the roo ...

[2011-09-21] - 15:37:57 - @steveyentweets Curious to see more details; erlang seems REALLY slow, and lua-jit unreasonably fast (if ping-pong goes through the kernel)

[2011-09-21] - 15:37:57 - @mosharaf I really wonder if perf/$ is competitive for public clouds at that sort of scale

[2011-09-08] - 21:08:37 - RT @mfiguiere: Tenzing A SQL Implementation On The MapReduce Framework. Hive done the Google way. http://t.co/YfWd1tU

[2011-08-15] - 11:42:48 - Because node is evented and non-blocking ... a proxy built on Node will perform much better than one built on say Ruby.

[2011-08-15] - 11:42:48 - RT @strlen: Every time I read a fawning node.js testimonial, I wonder whether entering the software engineering profession was the right ...

[2011-07-31] - 12:02:35 - Paxos Made Moderately Complex: http://t.co/JKf6ePC -- nicely written.

[2011-07-25] - 05:14:19 - Andy Bechtolsheim: The March to Merchant Silicon in 10Gbe Cloud Networking http://t.co/Z3PkgpI

[2011-07-22] - 10:23:38 - Excited to see how the undergrad seminar on Bloom and cloud programming at Berkeley turns out this fall: http://t.co/3UDnydW

[2011-06-18] - 06:57:07 - @igrigorik Using SQL to compute a single generation of the game is not that surprising/challenging, IMHO.

[2011-06-18] - 06:57:07 - @igrigorik Using SQL to compute fixpoint (stable configuration) should be doable via WITH RECURSIVE, but maybe not too interesting

[2011-06-12] - 08:17:53 - @cperciva There is lots of empirical CS that has nothing to do with engineering (e.g., many of these papers http://t.co/o814Tut )

[2011-06-12] - 08:17:53 - @cperciva Anyway, taking a narrow view of what is CS vs. engineering vs. programming etc. doesn't seem like a useful exercise, IMHO

[2011-06-07] - 17:39:41 - @tcondie not sure :) first step is to get the Ruby version working for JRuby, which would at least be a first step toward the JVM

[2011-06-02] - 04:24:44 - @techforn10 Lock-freeness is just one design choice and in many cases not the right one. Paxos is equivalent to distributed locking, for ex.

[2011-06-02] - 04:24:44 - @techforn10 I'm not sure what you mean, but it is certainly true that Paxos requires a lot of messages. Sometimes that is acceptable though.

[2011-06-02] - 04:24:44 - @techforn10 Well, Paxos primarily hurts latency (Megastore gets pretty decent throughput). But anyway, perf is not the only design concern.

[2011-05-15] - 04:08:37 - @ipeirotis @hmason Weird; it wasn't working with Chrome, but now seems to work again. Dependent on which Google experiments you're in?

[2011-05-11] - 05:23:06 - Wow, @eric_brewer is taking a 2-year leave from Berkeley to lead the design of the next generation of cloud computing at Google. Congrats!

[2011-05-11] - 05:23:06 - RT @eric_brewer: I will be leading the design of the next gen of infrastructure at Google. The cloud is young: much to do, many left to ...

[2011-05-10] - 21:21:58 - RT @brianfcooper: How can academics do research on cloud computing? http://goo.gl/XIKTE Interesting blog post from Matt Welsh

[2011-05-09] - 02:47:09 - @saileshkrish Have fun! I've heard Ubuntu is awesome -- curious to hear what you think.

[2011-04-27] - 17:48:42 - @asrabkin @umbrant I haven't used Avro much, but (de)serialization w/ Python is ~100x slower than CSV. Not quite the final word just yet :)

[2011-04-15] - 06:05:29 - Benchmarking dataflow graphs in Ruby: http://t.co/nK2DvX5

[2011-04-15] - 06:05:29 - @marcua 1. the heap access method stuff is fugly code :) 2. complexities with unpredictable record/page size

[2011-04-15] - 06:05:29 - @marcua Well, the quick-and-dirty implementation i had in mind was basically call zlib inside the heapam, which is pretty narrow

[2011-04-12] - 17:34:52 - @muratdemirbas No testing framework yet, although that would be useful (we're just using Ruby's Test::Unit for now).

[2011-04-09] - 05:04:23 - RT @gremblor: Introducing FlumeBase: Continuous streaming SQL queries over Flume: http://blog.flumebase.org/

[2011-04-09] - 05:04:23 - RT @joe_hellerstein: Big day for us: alpha release of Bloom, disorderly language for distributed programming, in a Ruby DSL. http://blo ...


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