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Woot: AsciiImage for Delphi http://memnarch.bplaced.net/blog/?p=129

Posted by jpluimers on 2015/05/21

Woot!

AsciiImage for Delphi by Alexander Benikowski on GitHub repository Memnarch/AsciiImage..

AsciiImage for Delphi

AsciiImage for Delphi

–jeroen

via: And here it is: AsciiImage for Delphi http://memnarch.bplaced.net/blog/?p=129.

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Dynamic DNS through NO-IP: keeping your hosts current, and your NO-IP account happy.

Posted by jpluimers on 2015/05/19

Now that DynamicDNS moved itself to a fully payed service, named it DynDns Pro, then renamed it Remote Access and limiting it to 30 hosts for USD 25 a year, I looked for alternatives, and noticed NO-IP.

I like it for a few reasons:

OK, last year, there was this Microsoft Legal Action and Controversy, but I think that is a once time thing (some people even argue that Microsoft wasn’t thinking), so I created the last script below in PowerShell.

A few open-source scripts to keep your NO-IP account happy (that also work on most other DDNS providers like Duck DNS):

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Posted in *nix, *nix-tools, bash, CommandLine, Development, Perl, PHP, Power User, PowerShell, Scripting, Software Development | Leave a Comment »

Oh wow. Apparently all S3 buckets are also BitTorrent trackers.

Posted by jpluimers on 2015/05/16

Interesting:

There is no extra charge for use of BitTorrent with Amazon S3. Data transfer via the BitTorrent protocol is metered at the same rate as client/server delivery. To be precise, whenever a downloading BitTorrent client requests a “piece” of an object from the…

Note

You can get torrent only for objects that are less than 5 GB in size.

via Using BitTorrent with Amazon S3 – Amazon Simple Storage Service.

–jeroen

via Oh wow. Apparently all S3 buckets are also BitTorrent trackers..

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Insightful : SE-Radio Episode 225 Brendan Gregg on Systems Performance by…

Posted by jpluimers on 2015/05/14

Insightful :

SE-Radio Episode 225 Brendan Gregg on Systems Performance by Software Engineering Radio – The Podcast for Professional Software Developers

https://player.fm/1QFJsZ

On dtrace, stack tracing bottlenecks, CPU cached vs non cached being the new bottleneck like uncached/cached disk IO used to be, heat-maps of performance and much more.

He wrote a great book too: Systems Performance: Enterprise and the Cloud: Brendan Gregg: 9780133390094: Amazon.com: Books.

–jeroen

via: Insightful : SE-Radio Episode 225 Brendan Gregg on Systems Performance by….

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Resolve issues automatically when users push code in Bitbucket and GitHub

Posted by jpluimers on 2015/05/14

I tend to forget some of the keywords you can put into BitBucket commit messages to relate them to certain issues/bugs/tickets

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