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Deploying Node.js with systemd | Ruben Vermeersch (rubenv) - The Life of RubenV

Deploying Node.js with systemd | Ruben Vermeersch (rubenv) - The Life of RubenV: "This talk is about how we deploy Node.js. Using one of the widely available deployment platforms (such as Heroku, NodeJitsu or the Joyent Cloud) gives you access to a highly advanced and modern platform in a heartbeat. I’ll show you how you can get some of that magic too, if you prefer to run on your own infrastructure."

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Syndicated 2013-01-23 18:23:00 from sness

fail0verflow ::

fail0verflow ::: "In short, CBC-MAC is a Message Authentication Code, not a strong hash function. While MACs can be built out of hash functions (e.g. HMAC), and hash functions can be built out of block ciphers like AES (e.g. using the Davies–Meyer construction), not all MACs are also hash functions. "

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Syndicated 2013-01-23 18:19:00 from sness

Stop punishing your users and learn some design | Daniel Pradilla

Stop punishing your users and learn some design | Daniel Pradilla: "One thing that never ceases to amaze me is how bad in-house enterprise applications look and behave: clashing color combinations, buttons that don’t respond to clicks, messy forms, elements that look like links but aren’t, inconsistent non-standard controls, no user feedback whatsoever, ugly reports, you know the drill. It’s even more incredible how the poor users find the courage and patience to put up with those monstrosities.

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Syndicated 2013-01-23 18:19:00 from sness

Jeff Dean facts: How a Google programmer became the Chuck Norris of the Internet. - Slate Magazine

Jeff Dean facts: How a Google programmer became the Chuck Norris of the Internet. - Slate Magazine: "“The speed of light in a vacuum used to be about 35 mph. Then Jeff Dean spent a weekend optimizing physics.”—Jeff Dean Facts"

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FAQ — Segment.io

FAQ — Segment.io: "What is Segment.io?
Segment.io gives you the ability to instrument your web app for analytics once, and then send your data to any number of analytics services, including Google Analytics, Mixpanel, KissMetrics, Customer.io, Intercom.io and others. This keeps your code clean, saves development time, and makes it easy to add, remove and experiment with different analytics services without touching any code."

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Syndicated 2013-01-23 18:12:00 from sness

segmentio/analytics.js · GitHub

segmentio/analytics.js · GitHub: "analytics.js


The hassle-free way to integrate analytics into any web application. See the docs.

Looking for an even easier way to setup analytics on your website? Checkout out Segment.io! It's our hosted solution that lets you add analytics services without touching any code at all."

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Syndicated 2013-01-23 18:09:00 from sness

Analytics.js — Segment.io

Analytics.js — Segment.io: "Analytics.js is a simple, clean wrapper for all of your web analytics services.
Instead of littering your codebase with hooks for every analytics service you want to use, you instrument your website once and your data gets routed to any analytics service you want! The library is open-source, so you can check it out on Github.
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Syndicated 2013-01-23 18:08:00 from sness

grunt/docs/getting_started.md at 0.3-stable · gruntjs/grunt · GitHub

grunt/docs/getting_started.md at 0.3-stable · gruntjs/grunt · GitHub: "You can store any arbitrary information inside of the configuration object, and as long as it doesn't conflict with a property one of your tasks is using, it will be ignored. Also, because this is JavaScript and not JSON, you can use any valid JavaScript here. This allows you to programatically generate the configuration object, if necessary.

See the documentation table of contents for a list of tasks whose documentation will explain their specific configuration requirements.

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Syndicated 2013-01-23 03:56:00 from sness

Closure Tools — Google Developers

Closure Tools — Google Developers: "What is the Closure Compiler?

The Closure Compiler is a tool for making JavaScript download and run faster. It is a true compiler for JavaScript. Instead of compiling from a source language to machine code, it compiles from JavaScript to better JavaScript. It parses your JavaScript, analyzes it, removes dead code and rewrites and minimizes what's left. It also checks syntax, variable references, and types, and warns about common JavaScript pitfalls.

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