Binary message in Cisco Digital Network Architecture: Intent-based Networking for the Enterprise (Networking Technology)

I’m waiting for my copy of “Cisco Digital Network Architecture: Intent-based Networking for the Enterprise (Networking Technology)” to arrive. In the meantime, I glanced at the contents on Amazon. Among the dedications, there is a binary message. Add a bit of Erlang magic and the message is revealed. Continue reading Binary message in Cisco Digital Network Architecture: Intent-based Networking for the Enterprise (Networking Technology)

Safe Kernel Programming with Rust

The discussion on whether FreeBSD should eventually replace C with Rust, produced a link to “Safe Kernel Programming with Rust“, a degree project in computer science and engineering, written by Johannes Lundberg while at KTH in Sweden.

If you aim for printing the PDF file as two-sided, then print the following pages in the following order: 1-3,2,4-56. If booklet printing is desired, then this order produces a good result: 1-3,2,4-55,2,2,2,56.