Linux 5.2 – Big changes could be coming to Linux programming

Linus Torvalds argues against 80 character line limit ahead of Linux 5.7’s release

After recently making the switch from Intel to AMD, Linus Torvalds has come out against 80-character-lines as a de facto programming standard.

As reported by The Register, Torvalds shared his thoughts on the topic of line lengths in a recent Linux kernel clean-up post where he argued that limiting lines to 80 characters makes for lots of line breaks. Others have argued that 80-character lines are a long-standing convention that should remain in place due to the fact that large monitors can handle many small windows when column width is limited…





Ford heats police cars to 133 degrees to break down coronavirus

Ford’s baking its police SUVs to fight the coronavirus outbreak.

The manufacturer has developed a software update that turns the car’s heating system all the way up so that any vehicles that are possibly infected with coronavirus are thoroughly disinfected. It’s set to roll out to police departments with select Ford police vehicles on Wednesday,

For the past 40 days Ford engineers worked with Ohio State University to develop a sanitization method that was relatively low-tech after police departments were reaching out about effective cleaning procedures. A climate control engineer suggested looking into heat-based neutralization and the university tested samples to see how much time and heat was needed to properly fight off the virus…


Responsive grids and how to actually use them: common UI layouts

Now that you have a basic understanding of how to use grids, you might be wondering how to apply them to layouts you see on the web. Responsive grids are a method to systematically align your designs, to give order, establish hierarchy, and “logic” to your designs. It makes things look less floaty, and you can generally tell who is and who is not using a grid. As people become better designers, their eyes are constantly drawing horizontal and vertical lines everywhere to create that order and alignment…

Good job! CSS Layout

Components, patterns and layouts are things you have to deal with everyday. There are a lot of CSS frameworks that provide rich set of layouts and patterns, but I usually don’t want to include all of them in my project.

So that I collect most popular layouts and patterns that can be built with pure CSS. They are powered by modern CSS features such as flexbox and CSS grid.

Starting with the most basic part, you can customize easily for each specific need. By composing them, you can have any possible layout that exists in the real life.

Can Wearable Air conditioner check HEALTH!


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Linus Torvalds drops Intel and adopts 32-core AMD Ryzen Threadripper on personal PC

‘My ‘allmodconfig’ test builds are now three times faster than they used to be’ says Linux overlord.

Linux overseer Linus Torvalds has binned Intel on his personal PC and hinted that he hopes to one day run an ARM-powered desktop.

In his weekly State of the Kernel post Torvalds released Linux 5.7 rc7, said the development process has been smooth and commented “Of course, anything can still change, but everything _looks_ all set for a regular release scheduled for next weekend. Knock wood.” …

In spite of pandemic (or maybe because of it), cloud infrastructure revenue soars

It’s fair to say that even before the impact of COVID-19, companies had begun a steady march to the cloud. Maybe it wasn’t fast enough for AWS, as Andy Jassy made clear in his 2019 Re:invent keynote, but it was happening all the same and the steady revenue increases across the cloud infrastructure market bore that out.

As we look at the most recent quarter’s earnings reports for the main players in the market, it seems the pandemic and economic fall out has done little to slow that down. In fact, it may be contributing to its growth.According to numbers supplied by Synergy Research, the cloud infrastructure market totaled $29 billion in revenue for Q12020 …

CDC now says coronavirus ‘does not spread easily’ via contaminated surfaces

For those of you still wiping down groceries and other packages amid the ongoing coronavirus pandemic, breathe a sigh of relief: The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) now says the novel virus “does not spread easily” from “touching surfaces or objects” — but experts warn that doesn’t mean it’s no longer necessary to take “practical and realistic” precautions in stopping the spread of COVID-19.

Earlier this month, the federal health agency appears to have quietly reformatted its page on how COVID-19 spreads. Previously, under a subheading titled “spread from contact with contaminated surfaces or objects,” the agency simply said it “may be possible” to contract the virus from contaminated surfaces …