Happened from 2015-08-02 to 2015-08-09

Publish your GPX with CartoDB

By yamila on 2015-08-02

Open source, Tutorials, cartodb, my modus, open source

I like go hiking and I usually track the route. Not so long ago, the only way to share and embed this tracks (.gpx) was to convert them to .kml format and publish in Google Maps. Today I’ve tried to … Continue reading

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Hosting for WordPress

By yamila on 2015-08-02

General, wordpress

A good friend asked me some advice to host a new wordpress she needs. In these cases, I tend to DIY, but even if she deals with technology everyday, she’s not a developer, and she didn’t want to depend on … Continue reading

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Cómo puede cambiar los despliegues Docker

By Miguel Ángel García on 2015-08-03

docker deployment

Llevo ya bastante tiempo pensando cómo desplegar correctamente una aplicación. La idea es ser capaz de desplegar en un sistema distribuido sin DoS.

El principal problema reside en cómo sincronizar todas las máquinas para realizar el cambio en el menor tiempo posible, así como en evitar puntos de fallo y admitir rollback. Casi na.

Sin embargo, Docker facilita todo esto. Aquí explico cómo se me ha ocurrido, aunque no es nada que probablemente no se os haya pasado por la cabeza a vosotros también.

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El turista invasor

By jmbeas on 2015-08-03

Agile, agile coaching, cambio

Las vacaciones te permiten, y a veces hasta obligan, a ver el mundo que te rodea desde otra perspectiva. Cambias horarios y rutinas, hasta el punto...

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#NoHacked: How to recognise and protect yourself against social engineering

By Google Webmaster Central (noreply@blogger.com) on 2015-08-03

Today in our #NoHacked campaign, we’ll be talking about social engineering. Follow along with discussions on Twitter and Google+ using the #nohacked hashtag. (Part 1)

If you’ve spent some time on the web, you have more than likely encountered some form of social engineering. Social engineering attempts to extract confidential information from you by manipulating or tricking you in some way.

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Pro tip: How to remove old iCloud device backups

By Cory Bohon on 2015-08-04

iCloud device backups are great, but you may not always know how to remove old backups from your account. In this article, Cory Bohon shows you exactly how it can be done.

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Monitoring Survey 2015 - Background

By James Turnbull (james@lovedthanlost.net) on 2015-08-04

As many of you are aware I recently ran a small Monitoring survey. I ran a similar survey last year and decided to see if the results had changed. Assuming interest continues I’ll run it again next year too.

Again, the intent of the survey was to understand the state of maturity across some key areas of monitoring. I was specifically interested in what sort of monitoring people were doing, some idea of why they were doing that monitoring, and what tools they were using to do that monitoring.

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OSCON Keynote: Making Architecture Matter

On 2015-08-05

A couple of weeks ago, I gave a keynote at OSCON. They asked me to talk about the importance of software architecture in fourteen minutes. I put together a talk focusing on what software architecture means and why it's important.

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HP Helion OpenStack's most common use cases: New app deployments

By Keith Townsend on 2015-08-05

Get a brief overview of how some HP customers are introducing Helion OpenStack into their environments.

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Introducing the Search Analytics API

By Google Webmaster Central (noreply@blogger.com) on 2015-08-05

API, search console, search queries

With the great feedback from the Search Analytics feature in Google Search Console, we've decided to make this data accessible for developers via API. We hope that the Search Analytics API will help you to bake search performance data into your apps and tools.

If you've used any of Google’s other APIs, or maybe one of the existing Search Console APIs, then getting started will be easy! The how-to page has examples in Python that you can use as recipes for your own programs. For example, you can use the API to:

What will you cook up with the new API? We're curious to see how new tools and apps that use this API will satisfy the hunger for even more information about your site's performance in Google Search! If you've integrated this API into a tool, we'd love to hear about it in the comments. If you've run into any questions about the API, feel free to drop by our webmaster help forum.

Posted by John Mueller, Webmaster Trends Analyst, Google Switzerland

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Monitoring Survey 2015 - Demographics

By James Turnbull (james@lovedthanlost.net) on 2015-08-05

In an earlier post I talked about the 2015 edition of the monitoring survey and the background to it. In this post, the first of several posts analyzing the results, I am going to look at the demographics of the responses.

The survey got 1,116 responses of which 884 were complete.

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Calculando la letra del DNI

By Miguel Ángel García on 2015-08-06

python javascript

Hay pequeños algoritmos que pueden ser muy útiles, como calcular la letra del DNI.

Puede valer tanto para solicitar el NIF y calcularla como para algo mucho más útil y menos usado: para validar que el DNI es válido.

Vamos a ver cómo hacerlo en Python, Ruby y Javascript

Leer más… (quedan 1 minutos de lectura)

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Cambio de escala

By jmbeas on 2015-08-06

Agile, agile coaching, cambio, creatividad, pensamiento lateral, resolución de problemas

El otro día escribía sobre las vacaciones y los cambios en los hábitos. En particular me interesaba en observarnos a nosotros mismos mientras disfrutamos de nuestras...

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Monitoring Survey 2015 - Tools

By James Turnbull (james@lovedthanlost.net) on 2015-08-06

In this series I am looking at the results of my recent monitoring survey and specifically the monitoring tools being used by respondents. As I’ve mentioned in previous posts, the survey got 1,116 responses of which 884 were complete.

This post will cover the question:

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Monitoring Survey 2015 - Environments

By James Turnbull (james@lovedthanlost.net) on 2015-08-07

In the last posts I’ve talked about the the tools people used in monitoring and the demographics of the survey.

In this post I am going to look at the question around what parts of people’s environments are monitored. As I’ve mentioned in previous posts, the survey got 1,116 responses of which 884 were complete.

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The Deadline to Apply for GTAC 2015 is Monday Aug 10

By Google Testing Bloggers (noreply@blogger.com) on 2015-08-07


Posted by Anthony Vallone on behalf of the GTAC Committee

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