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  • 5 Articles to Learn about Shellshock Bash Bug

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    Javin Paul
    2 Oct 2014 | 5:01 am
    The year of 2014 is looking like a year of biggest software bug and vulnerabilities. Earlier this year, internet was bleeding by Heartbleed vulnerability and now it's shocked by ShellShock bug. To me it looks like even bigger than Heartbleed, just because it's a bug in Bash Shell, our own bash shell, most popular among all UNIX shells like C and K. Given most of the servers in Investment banks, Insurance companies, Clouds and e-commerce domain are Linux Servers with bash being most used shell, impact is quite large. I am sure people with Microsoft stack is smiling somewhere :), but…
  • How to Use Locks in Multi-threaded Java Program

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    Javin Paul
    14 Oct 2014 | 7:09 am
    Many Java programmers confused themselves like hell while writing multi-threaded Java programs e.g. where to synchronized? Which Lock to use? What Lock to use etc. I often receive request to explain about how to use Locks in Java, so I thought to write a simple Java program, which is multi-threaded and uses rather new Lock interface. Remember Lock is your tool to guard shared resource which can be anything e.g. database, File system, a Prime number Generator or a Message processor. Before using Locks in Java program, it’s also better to learn some basics. Lock is an interface from…
  • Add Alexa Rank Checker on Blogger

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    Nurdin Budi M.
    7 Oct 2014 | 3:07 am
    Recognition of the credibility of a web traffic is urgently needed on the internet; It is very necessary to know how good the web rank. There are several providers that accommodate web traffic rank system, and one of the most known is Alexa.com.In addition to web traffic ranking data, Alexa.com also provides information some other much-needed data to analyse the advantages of a web. Therefore, as bloggers we want to provide facilities to the reader the article we can check the alexa rankings of a web.It is very easy to add Alexa Rank Checker Widgets into your blog, especially for those who…
  • Virtual Datacentres: What’s the Reality?

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    David Marshall
    23 Sep 2014 | 2:00 am
    Virtual Datacentre or Private Cloud? Some organisations have a virtual datacentre, some a hosted private Cloud and some don’t know which or why they should switch. We clear up the issues. A private Cloud is often thought of as existing on your own hardware, but increasingly organisations are renting private Cloud space from service providers. The same service providers also rent servers that organisations use as a virtual datacentre. It's easy to confuse the two, but there are important differences. Basics In either case, you need to rent some servers in a datacentre somewhere.
  • 5 open access journals for open source enthusiasts

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    holmja
    21 Oct 2014 | 12:00 am
    The ever rising cost of academic journals is a major burden for researchers. Academic libraries cannot always keep up with increases in subscription fees causing libraries to drop journals from their collection. This makes it harder for students and professors to quickly and easily access the information they need. Inter-library loan requests are an option but they do take time. Even if it only takes a few days to fill an inter-library loan request, that is still time wasted for a researcher that has a deadline. While there is no single, quick fix to the problem with the academic journal…
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  • Cell Transplant Allows Paralyzed Man To Walk

    Soulskill
    21 Oct 2014 | 11:20 am
    New submitter tiberus sends word of a breakthrough medical treatment that has restored the ability to walk to a man who was paralyzed from the chest down after his spinal cord was severed in a knife attack. A research team from the UK, led by Professor Geoff Raisman, transplanted cells from the patient's nose, along with strips of nerve tissue from his ankle, to the place where the spine was severed. This allowed the fibers in the spinal cord to gradually reconnect. The treatment used olfactory ensheathing cells (OECs) - specialist cells that form part of the sense of smell. ... In the first…
  • Ask Slashdot: Event Sign-Up Software Options For a Non-Profit?

    timothy
    21 Oct 2014 | 10:38 am
    New submitter don_e_b writes I have been asked by a non-profit to help them gather a team of volunteer developers, who they wish to have write an online volunteer sign-up site. This organization has a one large event per year with roughly 1400 volunteers total.I have advised them to investigate existing online volunteer offerings, and they can afford to pay for most that I've found so far. In the past two years, they have used a site written by a volunteer that has worked fine for them, but that volunteer is unavailable to maintain or enhance his site this year. They believe the existing…
  • Google Adds USB Security Keys To 2-Factor Authentication Options

    timothy
    21 Oct 2014 | 9:57 am
    An anonymous reader writes with this excerpt from VentureBeat: Google today announced it is beefing up its two-step verification feature with Security Key, a physical USB second factor that only works after verifying the login site is truly a Google website. The feature is available in Chrome: Instead of typing in a code, you can simply insert Security Key into your computer's USB port and tap it when prompted by Google's browser. "When you sign into your Google Account using Chrome and Security Key, you can be sure that the cryptographic signature cannot be phished," Google promises. While…
  • Your Online TV Watching Can Now Be Tracked Across Devices

    timothy
    21 Oct 2014 | 9:16 am
    itwbennett (1594911) writes A partnership between TV measurement company Nielsen and analytics provider Adobe, announced today, will let broadcasters see (in aggregate and anonymized) how people interact with digital video between devices — for example if you begin watching a show on Netflix on your laptop, then switch to a Roku set-top box to finish it. The information learned will help broadcasters decide what to charge advertisers, and deliver targeted ads to viewers. Broadcasters can use the new Nielsen Digital Content Ratings, as they're called, beginning early next year. Early…
  • 'Microsoft Lumia' Will Replace the Nokia Brand

    timothy
    21 Oct 2014 | 8:35 am
    jones_supa writes The last emblems of Nokia are being removed from Microsoft products. "Microsoft Lumia" is the new brand name that takes their place. The name change follows a slow transition from Nokia.com over to Microsoft's new mobile site, and Nokia France will be the first of many countries that adopt "Microsoft Lumia" for its Facebook, Twitter, and other social media accounts. Microsoft has confirmed to The Verge that other countries will follow the rebranding steps in the coming weeks. Nokia itself continues as a reborn company focusing on mapping and network infrastructure…
 
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  • WordPress Foundation Becomes an Open Source Initiative® Affiliate Member

    masson
    6 Oct 2014 | 8:30 am
    OSI to help share Wordpress' success as a model for other open source projects. Oct. 6, 2014 - PALO ALTO, Calif. — The Open Source Initiative ® (OSI), the premiere organization that promotes and protects open source, announced today that the WordPress Foundation (WordPress) has joined the OSI as an Affiliate Member. The WordPress Foundation’s mission, to democratize publishing through open source, has elevated WordPress to not only a globally recognized content management tool, but a vibrant community encompassing the ideals of open source software development, and advocacy for the…
  • Engineering Group Becomes An Open Source Initiative Corporate Sponsor

    masson
    11 Sep 2014 | 7:30 am
    Engineering Group confirms its support for global open source communities and contributes to OSI’s growth Sep. 11, 2014 - PALO ALTO, Calif. -- Engineering Group, a founding member of the OW2 Consortium (www.ow2.org) and an associate member of Eclipse Foundation (www.eclipse.org), announced today its corporate sponsorship of the Open Source Initiative (www.opensource.org). Founded in 1998, the Open Source Initiative protects and promotes open source by providing a foundation for community success. It champions open source in society through education, infrastructure and collaboration. In…
  • prPIG Joins the Open Source Initiative

    masson
    25 Aug 2014 | 3:00 pm
    Partnership will educate students regarding the power of open source software and spur technological and social innovation. PRLog - Aug. 25, 2014 - PALO ALTO, Calif. -- The Open Source Initiative ® (OSI), the premiere organization that promotes and protects open source, announced today that the Puerto Rico Python Interest Group (prPIG) has joined the OSI as an Affiliate Member. prPIG’s support of open source software development and its advocacy for the adherence to the open source definition are supporting software innovation in Puerto Rico. prPIG’s affiliation with OSI will help build…
  • OSI and Conservancy Announce US Tax Exemption Working Group

    arandal
    12 Aug 2014 | 10:08 am
    Software Freedom Conservancy and the Open Source Initiative are pleased to announce that they are the founding members of a working group focused on tax exemption issues for organizations in the United States. Recent activity by the Internal Revenue Service in response to applications for tax exempt status have sparked a lot of interest and discussion amongst free and open source software communities. OSI and Conservancy recognize that the IRS's understanding and evaluation of free and open source software can impact both new organizations created to promote the public good as charities…
  • OPEN SOURCE INITIATIVE (OSI) ANNOUNCES NEW AFFILIATE MEMBER

    masson
    8 Jul 2014 | 6:30 am
    By Leslie Hawthorn July 8, 2014 Palo Alto, California — The Open Source Initiative (opensource.org) is very pleased to announce DemocracyLab (democracylab.org) has joined the OSI as an Affiliate Member. DemocracyLab works to develop tools for civic engagement that promote awareness, collect insights and share ideas to address public need in government. "DemocracyLab seeks to harness our collective intelligence to address society's most difficult problems by creating open source software tools that help communities frame issues, deliberate solutions, make decisions and take collective…
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    LXer Linux News

  • What would you print with a 3D printer?

    21 Oct 2014 | 11:40 am
    3D printing is all the rage. 3D printing changes lives. 3D printing is fun and amazing!I saw for myself this past spring when we held our first Open Hardware Day at Opensource.com. Here, we're printing a gear.read more
  • UNIX greybeards threaten Debian fork over systemd plan

    21 Oct 2014 | 10:43 am
    'Veteran Unix Admins' fear desktop emphasis is betraying open sourceA group of “Veteran Unix Admins” reckons too much input from GNOME devs is dumbing down Debian, and in response, is floating the idea of a fork.…
  • A Seat at the Big Kids’ Table at Ohio LinuxFest

    Ken Starks
    21 Oct 2014 | 9:46 am
    Ohio LinuxFest isn’t just another excuse to travel. It’s a means for us to fulfill ourselves, and to get honest, tangible feedback for what we do and for what others are doing. It’s a place where ideas are sounded, bent, crumpled and turned until they either come out of the crucible perfect…or useless.
  • The Debian Jessie installer: first impressions -- desktop choice (yay), encryption fail (boo)

    Steven Rosenberg
    21 Oct 2014 | 8:48 am
    As much as I've praised the Debian installer in the past, and I'll praise it a little bit right now, I will also drop it in a hole and throw a shallow layer of dirt over it just because.
  • Redmond top man Satya Nadella: 'Microsoft LOVES Linux'

    Neil McAllister
    21 Oct 2014 | 7:51 am
    "Microsoft loves Linux" is generally not something one expects to hear, but that was one of the messages that Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella delivered at a San Francisco media event touting Redmond's cloud offerings on Monday. According to Nadella, 20 per cent of Microsoft's Azure cloud is already Linux and the software giant plans to always have first-class support for Linux distributions in its public cloud offerings.
 
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  • CloudOpen 2014 – Mixing Your Open Source Cloud Cocktail

    Mark
    13 Oct 2014 | 5:39 am
    Here’s the presentation I gave at the Linux Foundation’s CloudOpen in Dusseldorf on October 13, 2014 titled Mixing Your Open Source Cloud Cocktail Add two parts virtualization, one part orchestration add a little networking shake and pour. Unfortunately cloud computing isn’t that easy but then again not all clouds are the same and tastes may vary. This talk will discuss how the varying open source technologies like OpenStack, Docker, LXC and others can be mixed together to make something that appeals to the needs of a wide variety of users. There’s also no problem in…
  • Preso: Things I Learned about Open Source…The Hard Way

    Mark
    26 Aug 2014 | 5:33 pm
    My presentation at the Bay Area Open Source Meet-Up – OS in Big Organizations: Failures, Success Stories & Best Practices on August 13, 2014. Mark Hinkle runs the Citrix Open Source Business Office and has spent 20 years working with open source communities and delivering open source software. Topics covered in this presentation will include the benefit of his mistakes and successes both in evaluating open source ad an end-user and in delivering enterprise solutions based on open source software. Technorati Tags: Community, Open Source
  • OSCON 2014 – Crash Course in Open Source Cloud Computing

    Mark
    20 Jul 2014 | 4:16 pm
    I’ll be presenting an updated version of my Crash Course on Open Source Cloud Computing presentation at OSCON 2014. I have some new material on Docker and SDN along with the latest updates on cloud software. Here’s the official excerpt: The open source mantra is to release early and release often. That means software velocity can be difficult to keep up with. This discussion will expand on the latest open source software used to deliver and manage cloud computing infrastructure. Topics covered include virtualization (KVM, Xen Project, LXC), orchestration (OpenStack, CloudStack,…
  • Keynote Devops Days Amsterdam – Hacking IT, Culture over Code Bringing Devops into your Organization

    Mark
    23 Jun 2014 | 6:55 am
    The organizers at Devops Days Amsterdam asked me to give the keynote this year. It was a great event and got to meet a lot of cool people. Here’s the abstract of the talk and slides: The term DevOps has crossover over from a culture movement around improved IT delivery to a buzzword co-opted by headline minded journalists and companies who want to reinvent their antiquated practices by acquiring new talent. This presentation will talk about DevOps the movement, desired outcomes from DevOps practices and how to bring those practices to your organization especially those with entrenched…
  • Guest on Geek Whisperers Podcast

    Mark
    19 Jun 2014 | 10:12 am
    Thanks to Amy Lewis(@commsninja) for inviting me to join the Geek Whisperers podcast with John Mark Troyer(@jtroyer) and Matt Brender(@mjbrender). We talked about: What makes some businesses consider Open Source a sexy strategy while others consider it a waste of time?What’s it like to market to a community where everyone is hands on in the end product? We covered the following topics The cost of customer acquisition The communities of DevOps & Cloud Computing How “community management” is really facilitate interaction The myth that open source reduces R&D cost An interest in…
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    Opensource.com

  • How OpenStack powers the research at CERN

    jhibbets
    21 Oct 2014 | 4:00 am
    OpenStack has been in a production environment at CERN for more than a year. One of the people that has been key to implementing the OpenStack infrastructure is Tim Bell. He is responsible for the CERN IT Operating Systems and Infrastructure group which provides a set of services to CERN users from email, web, operating systems, and the Infrastructure-as-a-Service cloud based on OpenStack. We had a chance to interview Bell in advance of the OpenStack Summit Paris 2014 where he will deliver two talks. The first session is about cloud federation while the second session is about multi-cell…
  • Why work in the open?

    pilhuhn
    21 Oct 2014 | 2:00 am
    What prevents you from working in the open? I work for an open source company on an open source project and still I encounter on a daily basis that people who are working on open source software prefer to work in private (from time to time). They do not discuss technical questions on public mailing lists, the normal chat goes on in internal chat rooms instead of public IRC, and new features are rather demoed on private video conference channels than as e.g. Hangout on Air. read more
  • What would you print with a 3D printer?

    Jen Wike Huger
    21 Oct 2014 | 1:00 am
    3D printing is all the rage. 3D printing changes lives. 3D printing is fun and amazing! I saw for myself this past spring when we held our first Open Hardware Day at Opensource.com. Here, we're printing a gear. read more
  • 5 open access journals for open source enthusiasts

    holmja
    21 Oct 2014 | 12:00 am
    The ever rising cost of academic journals is a major burden for researchers. Academic libraries cannot always keep up with increases in subscription fees causing libraries to drop journals from their collection. This makes it harder for students and professors to quickly and easily access the information they need. Inter-library loan requests are an option but they do take time. Even if it only takes a few days to fill an inter-library loan request, that is still time wasted for a researcher that has a deadline. While there is no single, quick fix to the problem with the academic journal…
  • Chief Architect of Cloudera on growth of Hadoop

    robinmuilwijk
    20 Oct 2014 | 4:00 am
    Doug Cutting is founder of numerous successful open source projects, including Lucene and Hadoop, and currently the chief architect at Cloudera and sits on the Board of the Apache Software Foundation. In this interview, he tells me how working on open source is more about common sense than creed and dives into open source adoption in the enterprise. Prior to his keynote at the All Things Open conference, I asked him about open sourcing Lucene, what his role is like on the board of the Apache Software Foundation, and what the open source way means to him. read more
 
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  • How to Use Locks in Multi-threaded Java Program

    Javin Paul
    14 Oct 2014 | 7:09 am
    Many Java programmers confused themselves like hell while writing multi-threaded Java programs e.g. where to synchronized? Which Lock to use? What Lock to use etc. I often receive request to explain about how to use Locks in Java, so I thought to write a simple Java program, which is multi-threaded and uses rather new Lock interface. Remember Lock is your tool to guard shared resource which can be anything e.g. database, File system, a Prime number Generator or a Message processor. Before using Locks in Java program, it’s also better to learn some basics. Lock is an interface from…
  • Right way to Close InputStream and OutputStream in Java

    Javin Paul
    9 Oct 2014 | 7:02 am
    For some unknown reasons many Java programmers are not very comfortable with IO package. I don't know why, but I have found them much more comfortable with java.lang and java.util than java.io. One possible reason of this could be that, writing IO code require a bit of C++ like programming, which involves doing clean-up, releasing resources once done etc. Since Java made coding a lot easier by taking care of memory management, unknowingly it also introduced bad practice of not releasing resource after use e.g. database connections, socket connection, files, directory, printers, scanners…
  • 10 Programming Best Practices to Name Variables, Methods, Classes and Packages

    Javin Paul
    7 Oct 2014 | 6:57 am
    What's in name? "A rose by any other name would smell as sweet" is a famous quote from William Shakespeare's classic Romeo and Juliet, but sorry to say, name matter a lot in programming and coding.  It's also said that code is the best document for any software, because any other document or comments can become outdated quickly, but code will always tell you truth; If code is then best document than names are most critical element of it. Every effort, small or big, invested while naming variables or methods, pays in both short term and long term. In fact, if you ask me…
  • 5 Articles to Learn about Shellshock Bash Bug

    Javin Paul
    2 Oct 2014 | 5:01 am
    The year of 2014 is looking like a year of biggest software bug and vulnerabilities. Earlier this year, internet was bleeding by Heartbleed vulnerability and now it's shocked by ShellShock bug. To me it looks like even bigger than Heartbleed, just because it's a bug in Bash Shell, our own bash shell, most popular among all UNIX shells like C and K. Given most of the servers in Investment banks, Insurance companies, Clouds and e-commerce domain are Linux Servers with bash being most used shell, impact is quite large. I am sure people with Microsoft stack is smiling somewhere :), but…
  • ORA-00904: invalid identifier Error in Oracle 11g database - Solved

    Javin Paul
    30 Sep 2014 | 7:42 am
    If you have worked in Oracle database ever, you would definitely have seen ORA-00904: invalid identifier error. Doesn't matter which version you are working 10g, 11g or 12g, this is one of the most common error comes while doing CRUD (Create, Read, Update, and Delete) operations in Oracle. By the way, if you are beginner, SELECT, INSERT, UPDATE and DELETE are used to perform CRUD operation in Oracle database. What do you do if you get this error while running in SQL script? Like any error, you should first pay attention to error message, what is Oracle trying to say here. Invalid…
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  • Moving to a Cloud: What Workloads Should I Move to a Cloud Environment?

    David Marshall
    21 Oct 2014 | 2:00 am
    A brief look at different workloads with best practice advice on which are suited to a business Cloud storage environment and which should remain on-premise. Before you start considering business Cloud storage, be clear on what you understand by “Cloud”. It's used in various ways by different people to mean different things. When IT consultants talk about Cloud, they mean multi-server systems that are highly adaptable and often automated. There is more to the business Cloud than storage. Data is not the only workload and it is not necessarily the thing you should move…
  • Data Storage Strategy: 10 Things CIOs/CTOs Need to Consider

    Simon Mitchell
    14 Oct 2014 | 3:00 am
    Our guide to the seven key things the C-suite needs to think about when matching their organisation’s data to a storage solution. You have a lot of data now, and as 'big data' piles in you are going to have a lot more in future. But not all data is equal, and neither are all storage solutions. Some data is essential to routine operations, and needs to be available at all times. Some is critically important, but can be archived until needed for internal analysis or external auditing perhaps. Other data is merely useful; you don't want to lose it, but it may not be worth spending a lot of…
  • How Is Your Storage Capacity Managed – SAN, etc, etc. [POLL]

    David Marshall
    7 Oct 2014 | 2:00 am
    Recently, we are becoming more aware that SAN storage is placing increasing pressure on IT infrastructures. We’ve decided to find out how your storage capacity is managed. Tell us now! <a href="http://polldaddy.com/poll/8302837/">How do you manage your storage…
  • Red Hat Storage: a Key Part of Your Data Management Strategy?

    Simon Mitchell
    30 Sep 2014 | 2:00 am
    Red Hat Storage server is a Software Defined Storage (SDS) solution which removes the physical controller element of storage making it transparent. Slide 1 Q: “We already have an in-house SAN and Cloud storage, why complicate things with yet another system?” A. Red Hat Storage actually simplifies things, making all your storage, wherever it is, look like a single resource that any of your servers can access. Slide 2 With SDS you can use commodity hardware, NAS, SAN or any other storage. Whatever you add appears as increased capacity in the virtual storage pool. If you've…
  • Virtual Datacentres: What’s the Reality?

    David Marshall
    23 Sep 2014 | 2:00 am
    Virtual Datacentre or Private Cloud? Some organisations have a virtual datacentre, some a hosted private Cloud and some don’t know which or why they should switch. We clear up the issues. A private Cloud is often thought of as existing on your own hardware, but increasingly organisations are renting private Cloud space from service providers. The same service providers also rent servers that organisations use as a virtual datacentre. It's easy to confuse the two, but there are important differences. Basics In either case, you need to rent some servers in a datacentre somewhere.
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  • Binpress Podcast Episode 16: Shay Banon of Elasticsearch

    Alexis Santos
    21 Oct 2014 | 11:01 am
    This week we talk with Shay Banon, co-founder and CTO of Elasticsearch, the open source distributed search engine. Shay covers how a cooking app birthed Elasticsearch, why open source businesses are better based on runtimes than libraries, and much more. He also discusses the importance of an open product roadmap, how to make a distributed team feel connected, and how the virtues of The Big Lebowski apply to open source. Listen to the podcast in the player above, or click here to download it directly. Subscribe on iTunes or do so manually by using this RSS feed. Show notes Shay Banon:…
  • Marketing to Developers: A recap of our first event

    Alexis Santos
    17 Oct 2014 | 5:12 pm
    On Wednesday, we held out very first event: Marketing to Developers. With over 150 attendees at Pivotal Labs in San Francisco, speakers from Github, Stripe, Mozilla, Appcelerator, Pebble, and RethinkDB shared how they grew their companies and what they’ve learned about — you guessed it — marketing to developers. Their know-how was packed into the evening’s two presentations and a panel, which you can watch (and listen to) below. If you’re building a developer-facing product or services, these talks are for you. Engaging Community to Scale Community Neeraj…
  • Binpress Podcast Episode 15: Mike Perham of Contributed Systems

    Alexis Santos
    14 Oct 2014 | 8:37 am
    This week we talk with Mike Perham, CEO of Contributed Systems and creator of popular Ruby gems such as Sidekiq and Dalli. Mike covers the zen and art of naming open source projects, what the sweet spot for pricing is and why value lies in the experience behind projects. He also covers why empathy is key when interacting with your project’s community, his model for building a business around open source software, and much more. Listen to the podcast in the player above, or click here to download it directly. Subscribe on iTunes or do so manually by using this RSS feed. Show notes Mike…
  • Binpress Podcast Episode 14: Glyph Lefkowitz of Twisted

    Alexis Santos
    7 Oct 2014 | 8:36 am
    On this week’s episode we talk with Glyph Lefkowitz, creator of Twisted, the incredibly popular event-driven, Python networking engine. Glyph covers why creators have a responsibility to users of their open source projects, why he simultaneously admires and critiques open source communities, and why the open source world should look to its free software roots. He also explains how he took over the Python IRC channel to promote Twisted, how the project was born, why it has a bright future, and much more. Listen to the podcast in the player above, or click here to download it directly.
  • Binpress Podcast Episode 13: Andi Gutmans of Zend Technologies

    Alexis Santos
    30 Sep 2014 | 8:36 am
    This week we chat with Andi Gutmans, co-creator of PHP and CEO of Zend Technologies, the force behind Zend Framework. Andi covers why he doesn’t consider himself a good PHP developer, why you should approach venture capital like dating and the importance of admitting your mistakes. He also explains why it’s an exciting time to be a PHP developer, what’s next for the language, and his latest creation: Z-Ray. Listen to the podcast in the player above, or click here to download it directly. Subscribe on iTunes or do so manually by using this RSS feed. Show notes Andi Gutmans:…
 
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  • How to Blog from Your Website

    Nurdin Budi M.
    17 Oct 2014 | 10:17 am
    You will have many options open to you in the design and functionality of your blog that are not available on the blog hosted.You can use Blogger or WordPress from wordpress.com or blogger.com. Each has its own characteristics, advantages and disadvantages, such as lack of reference groups on Blogger, and raw HTML editing facility relatively poor on WordPress. However, each has its fans and followers, and those changed. Some general fatigue, however, does not provide a wide range of opportunities for those who chose to Word and other programs Blogging own term PSPs own.Those who use hosted…
  • Display Most Commented Posts on Blogger with Yahoo Pipe

    Nurdin Budi M.
    15 Oct 2014 | 10:45 am
    In a blog we need to accentuate the very articles that we rely on to improve the reader's desire to explore our blog further. There are many ways that can be used in doing so, one of which is by way of display the most commented posts.There is a very easy way of doing the things above, especially if our blog using blogger.com; using yahoo pipes, you don't have to think hard, but simply used in a simple manner that is like the following guidelines:#1. From your blogger dashboard, select "Layout" menu, then specify the position of the most commented posts widget is placed.#2. Press Add a Gadget…
  • Tips Internet Marketing Monetizing Your Hobby

    Nurdin Budi M.
    14 Oct 2014 | 3:49 am
    Do you have a hobby? Is there something that you enjoy doing, and that you did not think to use to earn some extra money. Well, if there is, this article will give you some ideas for your hobbies and monetize it. I'm going to give you some examples of how easy it is to do, especially some of the sites that are available to us today. After reading this article, and I doubt that you'll be raking in the cash for something you enjoy doing. That will not be a blow.The other day, I was in more than one site YouTube. I do not know what is YouTube. Well, it's a Web site that displays the member…
  • Learn How To Make Your Own Blog Specialized Prevail

    Nurdin Budi M.
    8 Oct 2014 | 10:16 pm
    Let's look at the four corners, which you need to focus on the blog, and increase traffic to your place and talk.1)Give your identity blogEvery successful blog requires identity to stand out from the crowd than the other. And identity is you! Allowed to leak your personal tone of your blog, or do you have another method. Let factored planning is possible and practicable. Nature of your blog to make it easier for you and your readers to bond.2)Set Cell Blog This is why you are blogging. It's a specialized subject, or goals that you selected blog. Another argument is that you have to…
  • Add Alexa Rank Checker on Blogger

    Nurdin Budi M.
    7 Oct 2014 | 3:07 am
    Recognition of the credibility of a web traffic is urgently needed on the internet; It is very necessary to know how good the web rank. There are several providers that accommodate web traffic rank system, and one of the most known is Alexa.com.In addition to web traffic ranking data, Alexa.com also provides information some other much-needed data to analyse the advantages of a web. Therefore, as bloggers we want to provide facilities to the reader the article we can check the alexa rankings of a web.It is very easy to add Alexa Rank Checker Widgets into your blog, especially for those who…
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