Since you’re reading this, you probably know Lua, the world’s most infuriating language. If not, hop on to Lua in 15 minutes to get the basics right. Now there are two types of use cases where Lua shines – as a tiny script/configuration language, and for high-performance data processing (with JIT). I went through both of them with kresd, and wrote down some notes.
validator – need for speed – RPZ – views – new tests
In previous blogposts on the “rom-0” bug in 2014 and earlier this year, I first explained its nature and gave instructions on its patching.
It has been a few weeks since the final version of Knot DNS 2.0 came out. While it’s still fresh, I would like to explain our motivation for this new major version and also to summarize the most important changes included in this significant release.
Last week Prague (and our Association together with the Brocade company) hosted the IETF 93 summit. You might have read about the functioning of this community at Root.cz, in the article (in Czech language only) by Ladislav Lhotka from our labs. The same server wrote (in Czech language only) also about Edward Snowden’s (virtual) participation in the summit.