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I had the need recently to create an outlet for some overflow content that was bouncing around in my head. I considered setting up yet another twitter account for this but thought better of it. So I grabbed my wordpress.com login and setup a new blog literally in seconds just as they claim and at zero cost. Then I start to notice some of the social and Twitter like features on wordpress.com.
So I follow Kevin of Body Evolution Australia and one of the guys jokingly sprouted the term “Macro Tech”. This was a play on the bro-science terms used by some supplement marketing and the truth being Calories and Macro Nutrients. The simple truth about how macros effect health and body composition then followed naturally to me so here are the top 10.
Between Oracle and the various GNU/Linux distributions the damn Java ball has been dropped!
Really unprofessional from both sides, I don’t care for the technicalities, both sides screwed up and your users are suffering.
Basically along with Oracle’s security update 29 the terms that allow Linux distributions to distribute the Sun JRE and JDK have been removed. This required Debian/Ubuntu/Mint to remove the package as per this bug report.
So what the hell are our Java options for production servers?
Just like ye sailors of old there comes a time when an entrepreneur finds that he has no wind in the sails.
Web application war files can quickly grow. Here are some of the options to deploy a war to production.
Continue reading ‘Many ways to skin a war file’ »
The RF511 is a tasty i7 laptop for the price.
Here is another of my real user reviews including Linux notes.
All my systems have been upgraded to Squeeze for a couple of months now. Initial impression was that there are lots of nice new toys and the GNU tools and base Debian system feel even more solid than ever. However KDE is more flakey and slower than I have seen a GNU/Linux desktop in a while. There are also missing features in some KDE programs that were yet to be ported (to plasma I presume) at the time that Debian froze the KDE version.
For some time I’ve been looking for a document management system (DMS) to add to my tool kit. I have come across good reports of Alfresco a few times and thought I would give it a go.
Do you know what is cool/strange/amazing/wonderful?
When I ‘google’ for something and the answer is a link to my own blog!
Proving that I once knew this!