PAM is Pluggable Authentication Modules. It is a crucial framework for app and service authorization and authentication. Many Linux distros rely on it. This the reason that it is essential to understand it.
It’s been a year since Android 10, and it is time for Google to show us the latest version – Android 11. It should be released in Q3 of 2020, probably around mid-September 2020. Let’s not waste time and just right into the new features and updates of Android 11.
In the last years, all sorts of apps have been developed to make “our life easy”. Some useful, others very pointless, but all push us to install them on our smartphones.
The problem is, many just occupy storage space, worsen the general performance of your device, drain battery, and wants your personal data!
It is 2020, the year of the Corona Virus, and the “Apocalypses” for all the traditional companies. The amount of cars sold has dropped by up to 80% in some countries. In general, people are not traveling this year. One can assume that it is hell for the car manufacturers, right? So how come that Tesla stock price is rising so much and it became the car company with the highest ever market cap? Does it make any sense, or is it a bubble?
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Apple is planning to completely replace Intel as its chip supplier. The change will start very soon. But don’t be afraid, this is actually a great thing for people who love the Apple ecosystem.
Let me present myself, I am Max Meyer, and I am happy to welcome you to my blog! I am glad you got interested in my stories, in the sea of information, the Internet.
Who am I?
I am an American with European descent. From an early age, maybe 5-6 years old, I have been attracted to technology. My dear father was an electrical engineer, and he used to show me how things work. I have disassembled and assembled countless radios and home gadgets. This knowledge helped me fix my Nintendo many times.
Later I was getting some money aside while I was studying at the university by fixing electronics.
I finished with a computer degree – Bachelor in Computer Science.
In this personal blog, I will try to be least biased as possible, and I won’t share the names of companies I was working too.
After I finished my studies, I stayed in California, and I started my professional career. It was the early 80s, and Silicon Valley was hot. Everybody wanted to be there and taste the future. Microsoft was getting big and working with IBM, Apple went public already, and it was the best time for a young tech grad.
I started as an intern in one of the big computer companies at the time. I got lucky, and I managed to get a job there. I was doing what I loved, tinkering computers!
I learned to code, but my passion will always be the hardware.
It was a fascinating time, incredibly dynamic. In the late 90s, the company where I started was on a decline. It was painful to watch when most of the competitors were going massive. It was my time to continue, to leave the nest.
I moved several times in different companies until the early 2000s. I try my luck both in small companies and in big corporations.
Now I am still working in one of the big tech companies, and I am pleased with my position.
Why I write
I have worked many years already in the tech industry. Now I want to start sharing my insights and knowledge. The tech is so exciting, and there is always something new to be learned. Follow me on a journey through time and space, exploring the most amazing tech in the world. You can expect interesting articles about new tech, less-known but essential tech, commentary on trendy topics, and more!
I hope you like my articles and see you often on my blog!