Looks like the wonderful pry-nav gem has fallen into disrepair. No one can push to rubygems, the creator is MIA.
In the world scientific community, our rate of yearly innovation seems to be slowing. Let’s look at a chart of
Show of hands – who’s still using Ruby in 2021? *raises hand* Although, it’s debatable that any of us are
Linux is almost 100% of the market share on servers, and almost 100% of mobile devices (besides Apple). So why
A running theme in the Calvin & Hobbes comic is his Dad dragging him along on a family outing, or
When the Linux kernel boots, it needs to be told what to run next. That program, the “init process”, a.k.a.
I’ve been restoring an old computer, using as many new parts as possible (dual SATA and PATA SSDs, rather than
Mostly for my personal reference: target remote tcp::1234 – Connect to remote host layout asm – Switch to asm layout
When the Linux kernel finishes booting, it needs to know what to run next. What process will be the “manager”
I’ve been skimming through the 1993 book Windows Internals by Matt Pietrek. At that time, Microsoft Windows (and a copy