It's time for June's links:
- Will Yager reasons why he thinks Go is no good.
- A question in SO about things to consider when developing systems that are going to be in use for decades attracted great answers.
- A single bitcoin mining pool acquired more than 50 percent of the total computing powerin in the network.
- Reddit user kelukelugames listed 80+ interview questions he was asked in a month of software developing job hunting.
- An excellent article in lwn.net about teaching the scheduler about power management. As liam puts it in the comment section: "Lastly, given your description of the interplay between the scheduler, cpufreq, and cpuidle, it's astonishing things have worked as well as they have. I'm not saying we should call the Vatican, but is there any other possibility than divine intervention that could explain how cpufreq and the scheduler have managed as well as they have?"
- Eric Lippert gave a very comprehensive answer to a question why do dynamic languages make it more difficult to maintain large codebases?.