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Archive for May 8th, 2018

I’m looking for 12V G4 LED bulbs with a 30mm maximum length (including pins),…

Posted by jpluimers on 2018/05/08

I’m still looking for 12V G4 LED bulbs with a 30mm maximum length (including pins), preferably:

  • dimmable
  • more than 1W power
  • wide angle
  • no flickering

I found near angle ones at https://www.calex.nl/product/LEDG4-1-5W-3000/ (see picture below).

The G+ link has a suggestion, but I’m looking for more options so I can compare.

Via: [WayBackI’m looking for 12V G4 LED bulbs with a 30mm maximum length (including pins),… – Jeroen Wiert Pluimers – Google+

PS: That G+ thread revealed

http://www.supersunled.com/product/1-watt-g4-led-bulb/. This bulb is dimmable, height is 30mm, 360 degree beam angle, 110-130lm.

[WayBack] Omni-directional G4 LED Bulb – 12V 1W G4 Light Bulb

–jeroen

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How to create a folder that inherits its parent’s ACL, and then overrides part of it – The Old New Thing

Posted by jpluimers on 2018/05/08

create the directory without an explicit security descriptor and let the experts create it with the default security descriptor, which takes into account all the inheritance rules. And then modify the security descriptor post-creation to include the new ACE you want. Fortunately, MSDN has sample code for how to add an ACE to an existing security descriptor.

via: [WayBackHow to create a folder that inherits its parent’s ACL, and then overrides part of it – The Old New Thing

–jeroen

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Containers, totally not a lightweight VM, and also not a hype.

Posted by jpluimers on 2018/05/08

If you start doing stuff with containers, be sure to read the below parts of a series “Containers, totally not a lightweight VM, and also not a hype.” by Kristian Köhntopp, Senior Scalability Engineer at Booking.com.

Be sure to read all the links below, including the comment threads as there is a wealth of information in them.

I’ve tried to summarise parts further below, but there is so much information in the links that you really should long read all the links.

Further reading, all by or via Kristian:

Some highlights of the parts

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