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The xhyve hypervisor is a port of bhyve to macOS. It is built on top of Hypervisor.framework in OS X 10.10 Yosemite and higher, runs entirely in userspace, and has no other dependencies. It can run FreeBSD, some Linux distributions, and Windows 10 and may gain support for other guest operating sys…





Why not? They’re already owning npm, don’t they?


HTMHell - Markup from hell

A collection of bad practices in HTML, copied from real websites, including tips on how to fix them…


HTMHell - Markup from hell

A collection of bad practices in HTML, copied from real websites, including tips on how to fix them…


New plugin architecture, visualizations, transformations, native trace support, and more…

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Orb.Farm

This is your personal aquatic ecosystem to nurture, sculpt, and observe. …

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You’ll learn how to make beautiful plots and animations, including, most importantly, XKCD-style plots…


You’ll learn how to make beautiful plots and animations, including, most importantly, XKCD-style plots…



My best guess would be he’s using their CloudFront CDN stuff, which is pretty expensive. But that and 200k lambda calls still don’t really add up to 80$. 🤔


My new blog is not open-source. I’ve gotten a lot of questions about this, and thought it would be good to address this, and share some of my reasoning 🙂 …


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Aa far as I know you can turn it off on iOS if you want to. And all those Lineage (etc.) users that don’t trust Google with their Android phones also don’t get this feature in the first place, since they don’t have the play store on their devices.

I’m sorry but I don’t really see a dystopian nightmare here. I just think both companies try to help.


There’s a Phoenix LiveView course from Pragmatic Studio and you can get early access for free. 🐦🔥…


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Within a few weeks, the Apple project – code-named “Bubble” – had dozens of employees working on it with executive-level support from two sponsors: Craig Federighi, a senior vice president of software engineering, and Jeff Williams, the company’s chief operating officer and de-facto head of heal…


Then I misunderstood you, I’m sorry. It still is MIT licensed though, so anyone could fork it or help them make is easier to self host. In the meantime maybe this helps.




Then go host it yourself if you don’t trust them? Nobody is stoping you. 🤷

Also: Your statement is 100% correct but misses the entire point


Go make a suggestion, maybe it’ll get added over time. ^^


I guess you’d have to pay to use their hosted version. I don’t think you have to pay them anything, if you get it working on your own infrastructure. But beware:

At the moment we don’t provide support for easily self-hosting the code. Currently, the purpose of keeping the code open-source is to be transparent with the community about how we collect and process data.

(from their README)