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SE-Radio Episode 360: Pete Koomen on A/B Testing
Published: 2 months ago
Pete Koomen, Co-founder and CTO at Optimizely discusses A/B testing. Edaena Salinas spoke with Pete about how A/B testing is used in software products, and how A/B tests can be
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Predator-prey reversal: Rock lobsters vs whelks on Malgas Island and Marcus Island
Published: 2 months ago
Multiple stable configurations. The post Predator-prey reversal: Rock lobsters vs whelks on Malgas Island and Marcus Island appeared first on The Old New Thing.
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Alternate definitions for English words, as inferred from bug reports
Published: 2 months ago
Lost in translation. The post Alternate definitions for English words, as inferred from bug reports appeared first on The Old New Thing.
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My initial frustration trying to configure our internal VoIP phones that were integrated with instant messaging
Published: 2 months ago
A combination of settings that the feature team considered nonsensical. The post My initial frustration trying to configure our internal VoIP phones that were integrated with instant messaging appeared first on
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Welcome to my new home on the Microsoft Developer Tools and Services blog site
Published: 2 months ago
Pardon the dust. The post Welcome to my new home on the Microsoft Developer Tools and Services blog site appeared first on The Old New Thing.
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Why is there a limit of 15 shell icon overlays?
Published: 2 months ago
Ran out of bits. The post Why is there a limit of 15 shell icon overlays? appeared first on The Old New Thing.
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Asking for clear written documentation that Require trusted path for credential entry is no longer recommended
Published: 2 months ago
It was never recommended in the first place. The post Asking for clear written documentation that <I>Require trusted path for credential entry</I> is no longer recommended appeared first on The Old
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Precision questioning: The cynical description
Published: 2 months ago
Just keep digging. The post Precision questioning: The cynical description appeared first on The Old New Thing.
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Even if your assembly language code doesn’t call any Windows APIs, you still have to follow the ABI
Published: 2 months ago
You're not off by yourself; you're part of a society. The post Even if your assembly language code doesn’t call any Windows APIs, you still have to follow the ABI appeared
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What order are pages in a memory-mapped file flushed out to disk?
Published: 2 months ago
There isn't one. The post What order are pages in a memory-mapped file flushed out to disk? appeared first on The Old New Thing.
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How do I destruct an object that keeps a reference to itself, because that reference prevents the object from being destructed
Published: 2 months ago
Keep a reference to the right thing. The post How do I destruct an object that keeps a reference to itself, because that reference prevents the object from being destructed appeared
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Why feedback, not metrics, is critical to DevOps
Published: 2 months ago
Most managers and agile coaches depend on metrics over feedback from their teams, users, and even customers. In fact, quite a few use feedback and metrics synonymously, where they present
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Red Team to help secure open-source software
Published: 2 months ago
The Linux Foundation's new Red Team project will incubate open-source cybersecurity tools.
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