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bradfitz on grpc: http2 & protobuf based rpc from Google with client libs in 10 languages - http://www.reddit.com/r...
"I meant to write "default values" actually." - Brad Fitzpatrick
bradfitz on What do you use complex64/complex128 for? - http://www.reddit.com/r...
"Webscale HTTP routers." - Brad Fitzpatrick
bradfitz on What do you use complex64/complex128 for? - http://www.reddit.com/r...
"TBH, I've never used them. I think ken has." - Brad Fitzpatrick
bradfitz on grpc: http2 & protobuf based rpc from Google with client libs in 10 languages - http://www.reddit.com/r...
"This isn't a different implementation of protocol buffers. This uses the same ones, but adds an RPC system on top of the proto encoding/decoding layer. It also updates to proto3, which adds a couple things but more importantly removes a bunch of crap (optional fields, has bits, etc)." - Brad Fitzpatrick
bradfitz on Hacking with Andrew and Brad: an HTTP/2 server - http://www.reddit.com/r...
"The spec says so for political reasons, but nobody is actually implementing it for http. In practice, "helpful" proxies and filters would interfere with HTTP/2 if they saw it in the clear and break it, so browsers & servers are only doing HTTP/2 if it's encrypted and know it won't be messed with. This is being done both/either for reliability reasons (so users don't complain that HTTP/2 sometimes breaks) and for political reasons as well (Snowden, etc)." - Brad Fitzpatrick
bradfitz on Hacking with Andrew and Brad: an HTTP/2 server - http://www.reddit.com/r...
"I didn't know about it. Seems relevant and useful!" - Brad Fitzpatrick
bradfitz on Hacking with Andrew and Brad: an HTTP/2 server - http://www.reddit.com/r...
"I think you meant HTTP/2 client. </pairredditing>" - Brad Fitzpatrick
bradfitz on The Go compilers are now written in Go - http://www.reddit.com/r...
"The Go runtime is written in Go now, not C." - Brad Fitzpatrick
Asm inserts? :) - A. T.
^ there was a (Plan 9-ish) assembler in the Go toolchain from the start - от без платья from FFHound(roid)!
bradfitz on Google employee posts video showing faulty smart fire alarms made by Nest (owned by Google): "Don't buy them, you'll regret it!" - http://www.reddit.com/r...
"I'm not the only one." - Brad Fitzpatrick
bradfitz on Google employee posts video showing faulty smart fire alarms made by Nest (owned by Google): "Don't buy them, you'll regret it!" - http://www.reddit.com/r...
"They're not rechargeable. But all five of mine are mains powered." - Brad Fitzpatrick
bradfitz on Google employee posts video showing faulty smart fire alarms made by Nest (owned by Google): "Don't buy them, you'll regret it!" - http://www.reddit.com/r...
"I believe it actually was a bug. See http://www.reddit.com/r... Once I hushed the master bedroom unit successfully, the others should've permitted hushing. They did not, though. So that means in addition to a false alarm from a bad smoke chamber or sensor or whatever (hardware), there's also a software bug. Thus I stand by my assertion that this is a bad product. If it were just a sensor failure I would be a little bit more understanding." - Brad Fitzpatrick
bradfitz on Google employee posts video showing faulty smart fire alarms made by Nest (owned by Google): "Don't buy them, you'll regret it!" - http://www.reddit.com/r...
"I'm fine." - Brad Fitzpatrick
bradfitz on Google employee posts video showing faulty smart fire alarms made by Nest (owned by Google): "Don't buy them, you'll regret it!" - http://www.reddit.com/r...
"False." - Brad Fitzpatrick
bradfitz on Google employee posts video showing faulty smart fire alarms made by Nest (owned by Google): "Don't buy them, you'll regret it!" - http://www.reddit.com/r...
"I'm actually Brad. Click my username. "redditor for 7 years" and "moderator of /r/golang"." - Brad Fitzpatrick
bradfitz on Google employee posts video showing faulty smart fire alarms made by Nest (owned by Google): "Don't buy them, you'll regret it!" - http://www.reddit.com/r...
"Yes, that. I hushed the master bedroom one first, which properly hushed itself (after a few hits), but then the other four would never properly hush themselves. That is a bug." - Brad Fitzpatrick
Nest Protect is a terrible buggy product - http://www.youtube.com/watch...
Nest Protect is a terrible buggy product
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bradfitz on Arbitrary code execution vuln in glibc gethostbyname() CVE-2015-0235 - http://www.reddit.com/r...
"Whoa, a test even? I didn't think I'd see the day when C-based projects start writing tests. /s" - Brad Fitzpatrick
bradfitz on Google Aims at Bootstrapping Go 1.5 (Including mini-interview to Google's Russ Cox) - http://www.reddit.com/r...
bradfitz on Errors are values - The Go Blog - http://www.reddit.com/r...
"FWIW, some things in Go (for better or worse) return both a value and an error, and both have meaning. e.g. implementations of https://golang.org/pkg..." - Brad Fitzpatrick
bradfitz on Go 1.5 Bootstrap Plan - http://www.reddit.com/r...
"Yes. If you already have gccgo, that will also work." - Brad Fitzpatrick
bradfitz on Yet Another DKIM Verifier - http://www.reddit.com/r...
"Yet another? Last time I looked for one (for webfist... http://webfist.org/) I couldn't find one and ended up shelling out to some Python thing because Brett Slatkin and I were under the clock for a hackathon thingy. So thanks!" - Brad Fitzpatrick
bradfitz on You think bathrooms with poor door placement are crappy? You haven't seen anything yet. (X-Post/ r/WTF) - http://www.reddit.com/r...
"It's actually an N. The text at bottom says "Innovation". I imagine this is from a larger photo series going through the alphabet from А-Я and showing funny things." - Brad Fitzpatrick
bradfitz on Package for fast TLS server creation. - http://www.reddit.com/r...
"There are many non-idiomatic things in this package. Looking at http://godoc.org/github..., * drop the string from your consts. they're implicit. * HerotsSrv should be renamed Server, per https://golang.org/doc... * HerotsSrvOptions should be named Options * SetMessagesDst(src io.Writer) -- it's called Dst but takes a parameter named src? * Options.MessageLvl should be named MessageLevel, and the zero value should be the default, not 2. understand and embrace the zero value. * TlsAuthType should be spelled TLSAuthType per https://github.com/golang... etc. There are more, but I stopped there. This may be a good package, but it doesn't feel right yet, so I would be uncomfortable using it." - Brad Fitzpatrick
bradfitz on Google Opening a Massive Campus in Hyderabad, India. Their 3rd Campus After the U.S and U.K. - http://www.reddit.com/r...
"I've been to ~24 Google offices and this campus-or-not distinction isn't a thing that's at least known to me. I would say Mountain View is a campus (and gigantic) but other than that, it's pretty blurry. If the gigantic NYC city block building + Chelsea Market isn't a campus, but London is... well, okay. So campuses have differently shaped buildings? I wouldn't be surprised if Google is expanding in $X (e.g. $X == Hyderabad), but describing the shape of the buildings or whether they're rented or owned seems a little silly. More interesting is employee count. I would try to infer that from the article but it went on a tangent about a monetizing a wi-fi enabled city and startup incubator spaces." - Brad Fitzpatrick
bradfitz on Announcing the etcd 2.0 Release Candidate - http://www.reddit.com/r...
"True for now. In 1.5 there will be internal packages, though. We enjoyed using them in the 1.4 stdlib" - Brad Fitzpatrick
bradfitz on Bug in ast.FilterFile or PEBCAK? - http://www.reddit.com/r...
"Ask gri@golang.org. He likes these bugs and wrote/maintains that code." - Brad Fitzpatrick
bradfitz on Go 1.4 is released! - http://www.reddit.com/r...
"This is all champagne!??! https://twitter.com/NWSBayA..." - Brad Fitzpatrick
bradfitz on Go 1.4 is released! - http://www.reddit.com/r...
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