Happened from 2015-12-20 to 2015-12-27


Arbol de Navidad electoral

By guadatech on 2015-12-20

Sin categoría, Programación, Python, Raspberrypi

No podíamos dejar pasar la oportunidad de unas elecciones en época navideña y utilizando la RaspberryPi, el Chip AllPixel de control de Leds mediante Python de ManiacLabs y la librería Tweepy para monitorizar Twitter en tiempo real hemos creado un...

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How To Cleanly Track Google Local Business Pages

On 2015-12-20

This simple task makes it possible to separate out the Local Listing information in the Google Search Console and in Google Analytics.

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Refactoring katas with your own codebase

By Carlos Ble on 2015-12-20

Refactoring

When it comes to refactoring, my preferred katas consist of experimentation with the actual code base I am working on. I just create a new branch from a certain commit, play with several refactorings and then throw it away. I usually end up with several experimental branches starting from the same commit. Sometimes if I end […]

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Mind the age and context of the book

By Carlos Ble on 2015-12-20

Now Reading

Usually IT books don't age very well, things change very fast in the sector. This is specially true of books on particular tools, libraries, frameworks... but even books about methods and techniques require critical thinking when studying them. If the book is 5 or 10 years old, it's very likely that the author himself doesn't […]

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DTrace patch for Python 2.7.x and 3.x

By jcea@jcea.es (Jesus Cea) on 2015-12-21

Python, Programación, Software, DTrace

DTrace in Python. Python 2.7.11, Python 3.4.4 and Python 3.5.1.

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Instalación y configuración de PostgreSQL y PgAdmin en Ubuntu

By Adolfo Sanz De Diego (noreply@blogger.com) on 2015-12-21

bases de datos, linux, pgadmin, postgresql, sistemas, ubuntu

1. Instalamos 'ProgreSQL':

sudo apt-get install postgresql

2. Ponemos la contraseña al usuario 'postgresql':

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Polymorphic test setup with template method

By Carlos Ble on 2015-12-21

Refactoring, Software Development

We had a kind of duplication in our tests that we didn't know how to deal with. The refactoring "Introduce Polymorphic Creation with Factory Method" explained by Joshua Kerievsky in his brilliant book "Refactoring to Patterns" gave me the solution to avoid duplicated tests. [TestFixture] public class ChangingColorWithImplicitExclusionsShould : ConfigurationTests { [Test] public void not_allow_change_when_its_compulsory_has_the_same_family_than_a_configured_equipment() […]

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10 ways to leverage cloud capabilities in 2016

By Mary Shacklett on 2015-12-22

More and more enterprises are putting cloud technologies to work--but they're still missing out on key opportunities. Here are some ideas to consider for the year to come.

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Sanrio's Data Leak And The New Data Privacy Normal For Minors

By support@scriptrock.com (ScriptRock) on 2015-12-24

Sanrio's Data Leak And The New Data Privacy Normal For Minors

It's been barely a month since the VTech data breach resulted in the theft of over 6.4 million children's records, and yet another massive compromise affecting kids' data privacy is upon us—this time involving venerable children's toy and accessory brand Sanrio (of Hello Kitty fame). The data leak resulted in the exposure of details from more than 3 million user accounts: first/last names, birth dates, genders, countries, and email addresses, all openly available to the public. With children becoming prime targets for cyber criminals seeking low hanging fruit, companies that deal with and manage minors' data are increasingly under pressure to bolster their security controls and practices.

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Ver las cabeceras HTTP en Firefox

By Adolfo Sanz De Diego (noreply@blogger.com) on 2015-12-25

cabeceras HTTP, firefox

A continuación vamos a ver como instalar el plugin "Live HTTP Headers" en Firefox para poder ver las cabeceras HTTP:

Instalación plugin “Live HTTP Headers” en Firefox

Lo primero que tenemos que hacer es instalar el plugin, y para ello lo que tenemos que hacer es ir al menú complementos, como vemos en la captura de pantalla siguiente:

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DDoS mitigation may leave your site vulnerable

By Michael Kassner on 2015-12-27

DNS rerouting does not eliminate the possibility of DDoS attacks, researchers found. One way to reduce your site's risk is to use this IP address scanning tool.

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Instalación y configuración básica de Apache en Ubuntu

By Adolfo Sanz De Diego (noreply@blogger.com) on 2015-12-27

apache, ubuntu

Instalación de Apache

Para instalar Apache2 en Ubuntu (12.04) simplemente hay que ejecutar:

sudo apt-get install apache2

Una vez ejecutado, si apuntamos a http://127.0.0.1 en un navegador donde lo hemos instalado, deberíamos ver algo así:

Cambiar el puerto por defecto de Apache

Para cambiar el puerto por defecto, el 80, por el 8000, tenemos que editar el fichero:

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