tl;dr: A response to the post above, Caleb argues that decreasing syscalls in a "Hello World" program results in "imperceptible performance improvement" while extra syscalls can provide value. Pursuing "software minimalism" doesn't always lead to improvements.
tl;dr: Despite a decline in usage and already publicized vulnerability, researches have uncovered a more serious issue. A chosen prefix collision means you can create two different docs and add on some extra blocks so they collide.
tl;dr: Backed into a corner, Rick came up with a creative solution of writing data to a local file read by dozens of containers using SQLite. Having seen success with this implementation, he believe there is room to innovate here.
tl;dr: Tagging is important for monitoring application data in modern environments. They "unify your metric, log, and trace data so that you can search for hosts and their services and easily move from one data point to another."
tl;dr: "The CPython core developer community is retiring the Python 2 series after nearly 20 years of development. The last major version 2.7 will be released in April 2020, and then all development will cease for Python 2."