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  1. Apr 2020
  2. Dec 2019
    1. Unlike similar tools that are scheduled to take backups at a fixed time of the day, Timeshift is designed to run once every hour and take snapshots only when a snapshot is due. This is more suitable for desktop users who keep their laptops and desktops switched on for few hours daily. Scheduling snapshots at a fixed time on such users will result in missed backups since the system may not be running when the snapshot is scheduled to run. By running once every hour and creating snapshots when due, Timeshift ensures that backups are not missed.
  3. Oct 2019
    1. fixed-point

      "fixed-point", "fix point" seems to be most important concept in Nix, because overrides, overridePackages, overlays are built using it.

  4. Sep 2019
  5. Oct 2016
    1. This model of microservices that register themselves to a global registry will have a lot of advantages when it comes to building one or multiple applications using a microservice architectural approach. Eureka on its own won't have that much of use, but as you'll see in the future blogposts, Eureka will be the key element to locate all of our microservices.

      How to use Eureka locate our microservices?

      all Eureka clients register itself in the register center(Eureka Server)