Why Do I Know and They Believe?

According to a tired cliche, the victors write history. Similarly, classifying an event as a protest, a coup, or a riot also depends on one’s perspective. But why don’t we try walking a mile in somebody else’s shoes for once… Last night, tens or hundreds of thousands of Trump supporters stormed the Congress and interrupted […]

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How is Outlawing Fireworks Going to Save Us from COVID?

For those not in the know, the Dutch government has been very vocal about “trusting the population” during the entire COVID crisis. People should be smart about who they see, be smart about vacationing, be smart about distancing, about hoardingshopping, and smart about wearing PPE like masks. We’ve basically been a mini-Sweden just without all […]

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CacheRegistry – Improved Near-Real-Time Caching of Complex Object Graphs

So, for my GitLab project management tool, I Я Project Manager, I need access to a lot of GitLab artifacts. So many, really, that loading takes a good few seconds, which is maybe acceptable for a first load (I can slap up a progress bar with some “witty” progress messages), but not for intermediate page […]

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