Happy New Year everyone.
In the spirit of doing something new, I'm starting a monthly newsletter dedicated to improving the performance of your Ruby on Rails applications. The Faster Rails newsletter will take a subject every month and offer some insight into how you can use a particular feature of Ruby on Rails to make your application faster.
In upcoming issues, I'll cover in depth how to use the asset pipeline , the upcoming Ruby on Rails version 4, and how to make …
Happy New Year! 2013 is here and we can't help but keep thinking that we're really living in the world of tomorrow.
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Think about it, science fiction is rapidly becoming fact as technology achieves what only writers could once dream. And you don't have to be a soothsayer, or a science-fiction author, to see that wearable devices will one day be an everyday reality for all of us.
We've all seen the nifty video that showcases the possibilities …
Happy New Year!
Four months ago, T he debuted at #2 on the Startup bestseller list. Since then, I have been immersed in a non-stop whirlwind book tour of , filled with as many events, interviews, and talks as I could physically manage. On Monday, I'm taking The Lean Startup across the pond to the to launch the first international edition .
A complete list of book tour stops for my journey is below. I hope …
I guess I'm first to post in 2012 so Happy New Year all blog readers !
Now back to HardCore MySQL business - foreign Keys. MySQL supported Foreign Keys for Innodb for many years, yet rudimentary support initially added in MySQL 3.23.44 have not been improved in new releases as much as I'd like. We still get cryptic error messages such as "ERROR 1025 ( HY000): Error on rename of ‘./test/child' to ‘./test/#sql2-496-40a5′ (errno: 152)" in many cases …
Happy New Year to all of you — our loyal blog readers! Over the past year, it's been a huge pleasure seeing all of your emails, comments, tweets, and even in-person visits to! We are passionate about sharing tips and tricks about how to build great products, and are thankful that we have a very engaged audience.
After all, 2011 was a hoot for all of us at ZURB, and we shared our end of the year happenings in our latest ZURBnews December edition — a place where we share our insights on a monthly basis.
…. In addition, we will push new features to the beta branch as soon as they are stable enough for real-world applications. But, if you are fascinated (like we are) with bright, shiny, and new things you can always check out our current development version .
On behalf of thewe would like to thank you for use of the Sphinx and wish you a Happy New Year!
Happy New Year! Making new years' resolutions is a long standing tradition. Unfortunately, breaking those resolutions is also a tradition. I don't have scientific proof, but I'd guess that most resolutions that get broken are abandoned because they're difficult to keep, or even hard to start.
For example, let's say you've resolved to become fit. If you don't have a fitness regimen already, it can be pretty tough to adopt one. But things get a lot easier if …
…"I like more noise with less signal!"
Me too! And thus it was that I set up a Tumblr account awhile back, mostly for posting stupid pictures . But I figured, what with it being 2011 and all, that I'd maybe I'd also start writing a little bit more there . Or maybe not. We'll see.
If you're interested, follow me on Tumblr .
Oh, and Happy New Year!
…frontend to Ruby on Rails and that challenge was too exiting for me to resist. So I can now count myself amongst the lucky few in Podio's development team and employee no. 15 in the company. I look forward to learn a lot from new colleges, put a lot of hard work into the product and help make Podio realize its full potential as a platform built in Ruby/Python right here in Copenhagen.
Happy New Year!
Here's a pro-tip: your system has a hardware clock in addition to the 'software' clock your operating system is keeping. You need to set *it* to run in UTC as well, otherwise some services (mysql among them) can get dates wrong, and dates/times can get really squirrly if your server is rebooted. hwclock --systohc
If you are running NTP, lets update the clock and start the service back up: ntpdate us.pool.ntp.org service ntpd start
Happy New Year!