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MSMQ is dead

Particular Software

Since it exists in Windows 10 and Windows Server 2019, MSMQ will continue to live on until at least 2029—and much longer assuming it isn't removed from future versions of Windows. As a Windows component, MSMQ is technically "supported" as long as it's carried by a supported version of Windows.

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Make Your OKRs Customer-Centric and Let the Value Flow


Bureau of Labor Statistics estimating that demand for software developers is expected to rise by 22% between 2019 to 2029. . Business demands for digital products and features skyrocketed in response to the remote economy in 2020-2021, with the U.S.

DevOps 59

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PostgreSQL Partitioning Made Easy Using pg_partman (TimeBased)


DEFAULT ‘on’::text Because we specified ‘2’ for premake in the create_parent function, you can observe that two partitions ahead have been created, as shown in the table definition below.

Storage 93
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The Return of the Frame Pointers

Brendan Gregg

Here's my guesses: 2029: Ubuntu and Fedora release new versions with SFrames for OS components (including libc) and ditches frame pointers again. (And this isn't even all of them.) Daan De Meyer (Meta) did a nice summary as well of different stack walkers on the Fedora wiki. So what's next?

Java 145