Great talk from Joe Armstrong on how they created Erlang, and how Programming community looked back in the days. Amazing, inspiring, worth watching:
Microsoft is building its own Chromium browser to replace the default on Windows 10. The software giant first introduced its Edge browser three years ago, with a redesign to replace Internet Explorer and modernize the default browsing experience to compete with Chrome and others.
While the modern look and feel has paid off for Edge, the underlying browser engine (EdgeHTML) has struggled to keep up with Chromium. Microsoft is finally giving up and moving its default Windows 10 browser to Chromium.theverge
And yet, I will hold my sight. I quoted from Brad Frost 3 years ago: “But the truth is I don’t care”.
Update: SwiftOnSecurity brings up interesting thoughts on the reasons behind this move. Mostly related with Electron, Skype for Business and EdgeHTML.