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mardi 2 février 2016

How It Works : Installing Let’s Encrypt

Anyone who has gone through the trouble of setting up a secure website knows what a hassle getting and maintaining a certificate can be. Let’s Encrypt automates away the pain and lets site operators turn on and manage HTTPS with simple commands.
No validation emails, no complicated configuration editing, no expired certificates breaking your website. And of course, because Let’s Encrypt provides certificates for free, no need to arrange payment.
This page describes how to carry out the most common certificate management functions using the Let’s Encrypt client. You’re welcome to use any compatible client, but we only provide instructions for using the client that we provide.
If you’d like to know more about how this works behind the scenes, check out our technical overview.

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samedi 30 janvier 2016

Telecoms Look Past Cisco and HP to Open Source Hardware | WIRED

Pascal Fares

jeudi 28 janvier 2016

What Should We Be Teaching the Next Generation of Computer Scientists?

Times Higher Education (01/21/16) John Gilbey 

The key to educating next-generation computer scientists may lie at institutions such as Stanford University, where professor Alex Aiken cites a pressing need for computer scientists to be cognizant of the ramifications of their decisions. He says although more and more activities are being automated by technology, the demand for designers and builders of such systems is limitless. One area where computer science expertise is needed is data management/mining, and the accompanying infrastructure to support it. The incorporation of computer science into other fields suggests a need for computer scientists to cultivate interpersonal, teamworking, and management skills, and there is pressure on university courses to provide them. The Institute for the Future's Mike Leibhold is urging universities to adopt a "futures perspective" emphasizing human factors to ensure graduates stay "above the application programming interface," and are not outmoded by rapidly advancing technology. He says graduates need to be trained to think five to 10 years out so they are ahead of the technological curve, and to be educated to think non-linearly. Graduates also will need to refresh their knowledge on an ongoing basis, and evaluate the direction of both the industry and society. Moreover, they must be aware of the increasing intimacy between the end user and technology.

mercredi 27 janvier 2016

HOWTO: connexion ssh sans mot de passe ...

mardi 26 janvier 2016

HOWTO: Diffuser en direct sur youtube

Avant de pouvoir démarrer une diffusion sur YouTube, vous devez télécharger un logiciel d'encodage. Grâce à cet outil, vous pouvez enregistrer du contenu (provenant de votre ordinateur, caméra ou micro, par exemple) et l'envoyer à YouTube En direct pour le diffuser et en faire profiter tous vos fans.
Le choix du logiciel d'encodage dépend de vos besoins. 
Un logiciel Libre et Open Source existe (Essayez Open Broadcaster Software) , je vous le conseil il est simple d'utilisation et a l'avantage de fonctionner sur tous les systèmes (Linux/Mac/Windows)
Vous recherchez un encodeur Open Source ?
Essayez Open Broadcaster Software. Ce logiciel Open Source gratuit vous permet d'enregistrer des vidéos et de les diffuser en direct.

lundi 25 janvier 2016

The Mobile Phone of the Future Will be Implanted in Your Head !

CNet (01/19/16) Marguerite Reardon

Many industry leaders think the world is entering a time of momentous changes involving software, according to a World Economic Forum survey. The expected changes include technology related to artificial intelligence, Internet-connected devices, three-dimensional (3D) printing, and phones implanted in users' heads. "Computers and other digital advances are doing for mental power--the ability to use our brains to understand and shape our environments--what the steam engine and its descendants did for muscle power," says Erik Brynjolfsson, director of the Massachusetts Institute of Technology's Initiative on the Digital Economy. For example, experts say embeddable devices implanted in the body that use wireless technology could be commercially available by 2023. Although there are likely to be many benefits to such technology, there also are concerns about privacy, government surveillance, and revolutionizing communication. Survey respondents also predict that by 2026, 10 percent of cars on U.S. roads will be driverless. The survey identified 21 "tipping points" for technologies that may sound futuristic but are just a few years away from mass adoption, including Internet-connected reading glasses and the first transplant of a 3D-printed liver.