The perils of the “real” client IP

What Makes a Good Research Proposal?

Cache made consistent: Meta’s cache invalidation solution

Issue #235

6/9/2022

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How do you guys and gals feel about no code tools? As someone who enjoys writing code, I find that they can be something like 95% great, but that 5% that is lacking can be REALLY detrimental, to the point that I'd rather just make something myself. Also I wonder if it's worth it to try to learn to use a new no code tool to build something when you already know how to code? I'm a big proponent of "the best code is no code", but a no code tool obviously still has code, it's just harder to actually interact with. Wouldn't just being adept at searching for and using existing open source libraries be just as effective?
Anyway, hope you all have a lovely end of the week + weekend, and here's the issue.

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The perils of the “real” client IP

Published: 4 March 2022
Tags: networking


Adam Pritchard explains the difficulties in identifying the "correct" IP address of a client.


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What Makes a Good Research Proposal?

Published: 8 June 2022
Tags: research


Laurence Tratt illuminates the questions you should be trying to answer when writing a research proposal.


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Cache made consistent: Meta’s cache invalidation solution

Published: 8 June 2022
Tags: cache


Lu Pan shares how Meta made their "caches more consistent with a generic, systemic, and scalable approach".


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