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Dennis Gorelik
29 September 2016 @ 06:49 pm
Today Google introduced G-spot G suite.
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Dennis Gorelik
17 September 2016 @ 01:08 pm
Just watched.
Surprisingly, full HD version is available on YouTube.
 
 
 
Dennis Gorelik
16 September 2016 @ 10:26 pm
Today we switched postjobfree.com to https.
Now all pages are served over HTTPS, and if user requests http page - we redirect user to https://www.postjobfree.com/

Because all PostJobFree public pages are now secure, Google Chrome gives us "green lock" icon:
"Green lock" icon in Google Chrome

The reason to stop supporting legacy HTTP why we finally decided to make

This Google Blog article was the final nudge to switch from supporting both HTTP and HTTPS to "HTTPS-only" mode:
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https://security.googleblog.com/2016/09/moving-towards-more-secure-web.html
Beginning in January 2017 (Chrome 56), we’ll mark HTTP sites that transmit passwords or credit cards as non-secure, as part of a long-term plan to mark all HTTP sites as non-secure.
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We still support HTTP requests for some legacy feeds and APIs, but even that may stop in a couple of years.
 
 
Dennis Gorelik
10 September 2016 @ 11:23 pm




 
 
Dennis Gorelik
03 September 2016 @ 09:24 pm
Подскажите Максиму:
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В этой истории нет программистов, EXE — сугубо математический проект в котором ГРУБО-ГОВОРЯ один ебанутый буддист беспредельшик, а второй сумашедший математик с третьей степенью инвалидности. Жду рассказа KNOW HOW устроить успешный производственный процесс.

С разных сторон желательно!
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Update:
Оказывается это была псевдо-научная разводка корпоративного спонсора.
 
 
Dennis Gorelik
02 September 2016 @ 01:39 pm
Our customer service send handpicked resumes to help our premium user with hiring for Family Service Counselors job.
Their reply:
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The resume from {NameRedacted} that you submitted as a complimentary resume worked at our cemetery -
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Dennis Gorelik
Several years ago I created Gmail account for my daughter.
A year later she signed up for infamous Google+.
Google+ asked my daughter for her birthday and permanently deleted her account based on age.

I thought it would be possible to recreate her Gmail account again, but unfortunately Google does not allow login or create new account.
When I try to recover that account, Google says: This account was deleted and is no longer recoverable.

this-account-was-deleted-and-is-no-longer-recoverable.png

Multiple forums discussed this, but the bottom line is:
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If you get the error the account is deleted and no longer recoverable; then you have to create new account with different username.
Gmail never recycle the old username.
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Why would Google setup such a strict policy? Why not allow reusing old usernames after a year of account being deleted?
 
 
Dennis Gorelik
Очень откровенный (и интересный) "разбор полётов":
http://maxim.livejournal.com/484972.html

> человеку, котрый прикоснулся к созданию прувера, уже тяжело себя заставить писать обычные Web приложения на джава-скрипте

Вот такая странная мотивация у математиков.

> мы договорились, что я ему перечисляю "на еду" (как он выразился деньги) в размере 2000 грн в неделю.

Это меньше $400/месяц.
Что делает найм энтузиастов-математиков очень привлекательным.
При условии, что есть возможность достичь практический результат.

> С начала года прошла 31 неделя и было выплачено 65,149 грн. Получается 2101,5 копеек.

$2580 - чувствительно, но не много для неудавшегося бизнес-эксперимента.

> я не получил алгоритм кодировки, который был бы понятен условному Кметту. Павел говорит, что у него он в ЖЖ

Это типичная проблема с абстрактными теоретиками. Они получают удовольствие от теоретических исследований, но не любят тратить своё время на изложение своих достижений в виде, понятном простым смертным (таким, как их работодатель).


Thanks to thedeemon and juan_gandhi
 
 
Dennis Gorelik
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http://www.ribbonfarm.com/2009/10/07/the-gervais-principle-or-the-office-according-to-the-office/
Of all organization men, the true executive is the one who remains most suspicious of The Organization. If there is one thing that characterizes him, it is a fierce desire to control his own destiny and, deep down, he resents yielding that control to The Organization, no matter how velvety its grip…
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"Suspicious" part is about me.
Not only I do not trust my organization, I do not fully trust anybody (or trust, but verify).

Just today a developer told me that I like to test a lot (e.g. test if product documentation and my understanding of that documentation actually matches with reality). In his mind I test too much.

Now I think I do not test enough.
Consider what happens with organization if it does not have enough suspicious people:


Thanks to Дмитрий Васильев