It’s that time of the year again — it’s time to look back at the games I’ve played this year and see what I enjoyed the most. Let’s take a look at my top three picks! Because that's just my favourites, also included is a list of additional honourable mentions.
The WebKit team has an interesting policy that I think we should apply more aggressively to most software we write. It turns out, they don't tolerate any performance regressions, at all.
Here’s an interesting story about the new Pokémon Sword & Shield: it seems that some people are reportedly losing data on their microSD cards after a game crash. Apparently, this has to do with a NAND timeout and an issue in the exFAT file system implementation on the Switch’s OS.
Did you know you can still analyze your web traffic without Google Analytics? You can just use your NGINX access logs! As part of
logrotate’s default configuration on Ubuntu, NGINX keeps an access log of the last 14 days. You can see if any access log is being rotated by checking the following directory: