As a newer developer to working with backend and infrastructure resources, it’s the first time that I’m doing things in AWS at scale. For example, I have never used AWS RDS Aurora before, as my databases had usually just been Linux applications running on a small EC2 instance.
Accessibility is important. But we seem to keep forgetting about it.
I am part of the world’s first generation of Internet-first adults. My generation grew up as the Internet developed, and we’ve never known a world without access to so much information.
TechCrunch is reporting that Charter Communication’s Spectrum service encouraged people to change the WiFi passwords to show their support for the Super Bowl, scheduled to take place in two weeks.
I’m going to repeat what the article said: this is a terrible idea.