What’s all the fuzz about a leap second? Astronomers will add one second at the end of June 30, 2015. When the clock reaches 23:59:59, it will then go to 23:59:60 and then turn to 00:00:00. By the way, the leap second will not break the Internet as some have said it would. LA Times has a nice article of the upcoming leap year.
Linus Torvalds, creator of Linux doesn’t seem to be worried about it. He said patches were already added the last time it happened in 2012. Torvalds continues by saying the creators of Posix made a mistake years ago when they designated a day to have 86,400 seconds. Then, there’s that 2038 problem.