If there was a giant, insanely huge dinosaur recently discovered and it was made out of hyperlinks then it would be this post.
Drupal SQL Injection Attempts in the Wild - If you are not on Drupal 7.32 or higher then that is a problem
What we give away when we log on to a public Wi-Fi network - Is that a real name? Wouter Slotboom?
How to safely use a public Wi-Fi network - A little concerned it starts with "don't do that" but it is probably good advice. Actually on further reading there isn't a ton of good stuff in this article...it's just three points: 1) don't 2) use a VPN and 3) don't.
Introducting consul template - Consul is a super cool multi-datacenter service discovery system (key value, master determination) and consul template is a client that will update template files based on changes in consul and restart services and such if necessary
A growing collection of open source Clojure libraries. We value solid documentation, ease of use, the "batteries included" philosophy, contributor-friendly development process.
How would you build a chat service that needed to handle 7.5 million concurrent players, 27 million daily players, 11K messages per second, and 1 billion events per server, per day?
From the Software Defined Talk podcast: Complexity Explorer - a MOOC class for beginners wanting to know more about complexity (I might take it if I can find the time)
Blue Green Deployment - This is something we were uknowingly working towards at my last job
Is Docker Ready for Production - All valid points, but points I have seen before. I'm sure logging will be figured out at some point. Lots of this is just due to Docker's newness.
Mirantis Scores $100M To Continue Quest To Be Enterprise OpenStack Leader - Wow. 100 mil and they are not getting bought by some larger company ala the 50 mil for Clouscaling. Congrats to them, and it'll be very interesting to see what happens to RedHat over the next few years. I'm a little concerned for RedHat.
Really smart people don't stay at the institutions they have fought so hard to get into. The best leave within two or three years - the slightly less good stay a bit longer, and only the also-rans and the terminally unimaginative are in for the long haul.
Using Clojure At MixRadio - Lots of cool closure stuff in this link, examples of libraries used, etc
Egg Freezing: A Sign Your Workplace Is A Dystopian HellHole - I don't have any eggs to freeze but this still sounds like a really weird perk, perhaps money that could be put better elsewhere...I've seen some posts mentioning things like daycare
...knowledge-hiding “prevents colleagues from generating creative ideas, but it may also have negative consequences for the creativity of the knowledge hider.” In other words, you can’t generate new ideas if you’re suspiciously guarding your territory.
pysistence - For functional programming with Python
The project is named pysistence because most of the data structures it implements are persistent. This doesn’t mean persistent in the sense that they are stored in a database or the file system. Rather, it means the data structures may only be modified by copying.
What’s in my Podcast queue - Good list of startup related podcasts
OpenStack clojure tool - a good post with tidbits on clojure, python, and openstack