In the quest for better energy efficiency, the applications themselves are often overlooked. Our industry likes to pretend that all technologies are equivalent and has forgotten that the choice of programming languages, frameworks and architecture have a major impact on energy consumption. The observation Today we are all aware of the environmental impact of the […]
I am reacting to the following post, because it matches my recent experience with AWS: AWS Elasticsearch: a fundamentally-flawed offering.
The Sign In with Apple feature has been launched with iOS 13. It allows to sign-in to web sites supporting Open ID Connect, but also to create account and sign in to iOS applications. It was well received when announced at Apple WorldWide Developer Conference (WWDC) in June 2019 because the feature is design to […]
Upcoming dual screen Surface devices look interesting. I am curious to see if the actual device will live up to our expectation. It is also good to see Microsoft embracing Android to replace Windows on the smaller form factor, while I wonder why it would not have been a good fits for the larger screen. […]
If you would like to play with HTTP/3 today, Cloudflare is providing a nice way to do so: HTTP/3: the past, the present, and the future I do not use Chrome or Cloudflare service, but they also provide an Open Source implementation for both server and client in Rust: Quiche: Savoury implementation of the QUIC […]
Here is an interesting remark from @benedictevans in Apple, Services and Moats: Apple extending from being a trusted party in your computing experience to being a trusted party in your online experience. Indeed, the online world is more and more abused, from tracking to malware. More generally today, many companies are simply opaque about what […]