Last Christmas my uncle gave me this little book: Superintelligence: Paths, Dangers, Strategies, by Nick Bostrom, and it captivated me from the very first pages. As I kept reading, my understanding of “the big picture”, as it should be called, became clearly expanded. There is no other way to call this book as an eye-opening experience towards the imminent technical, moral and philosophical struggles within AI development that will occur during the following years (centuries?) and here’s my personal review about it.

The pcap library is one of the most famous and used network packet sniffing tool around the world. libpcap is the underlying library running under the famous tcpdump program which is a powerful network diagnosis tool.

How do we deliver secure, fast, beautiful and meaningful applications means sacrificing the time to market? It is one of my personal every-day complications. Is there a magic formula? Maybe the answer is simple as: don’t overthink it.

We often make decisions based on short-term requirements or close deadlines with the idea to fix them on the long-term, without acknowledging the problems we are creating by doing so.

We focus on the complicated things about our profession and forget about the basic stuff that’s indirectly causing problems on our daily lifes.

Is there an actual reason you are typing the way you are typing?

Do you type correctly? Or do you think you’re typing correctly?