Just a quick note to mention that I'm dropping the http://debu.gs/blog/feed.rss when you can. The URL has been fixed in the nav bar and in the rel="alternate" link in the head tag.RSS feed in favor of a regular RSS feed. I'll leave it around for some undecided amount of time, but you'll want to update your RSS readers to point to
…finish line for our respective new apps. In Unread and was mentioning how his biggest hurdle remaining was integrating a variety of sharing services for the posts in a user's RSS feeds.'s case, he is working on a new RSS client for iOS 7 called
would have it that I had been working on a similar feature already for my new app, so we decided to collaborate on something that would hopefully eliminate the need for anyone to write the same sharing code over and …
…Ember uses iCloud to sync your snapshot library between Dribbble . I keep feeds for each mobile and desktop platform., which is great. The RSS subscriptions feature is great too for tracking design trends on
FogBugz - I have been using to manage Second 's support inbox and bug database for almost five years. People complain that it is an unattractive app. I disagree. It's not flashy and instead just disappears so that I can actually focus on …
song-status - the currently playing song in the status bar. An RSS feed ticker can't be far behind.
fortyfour issues - have some fun with one of the 's repositories.
State of the Stack: Ruby Edition - from .
…notifications during critical incidents, events and outages, customers can subscribe via, RSS, , or webhooks, ensuring they're informed when it matters most.
Just run heroku addons:add statuspage to get the add-on. It's in public beta, which means it is available for use to any Dev Center . …user, but some changes may be made before it goes into . While in public beta, StatusPage is free to get started with. Find out more about using it in our
The following example redirects /feed to my current RSS service's feed, feeds.feedburner.com/Programblings .
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 <RoutingRules> <RoutingRule> <Condition> <KeyPrefixEquals> feed </KeyPrefixEquals> </Condition> <Redirect> <HostName> feeds.feedburner.com </HostName> <ReplaceKeyWith> Programblings </ReplaceKeyWith> <HttpRedirectCode> 302 </HttpRedirectCode> </Redirect> </RoutingRule> …
…http://greg.nokes.name/feed instead of any other. I will not be shutting off the feedburner anytime soon but that day is coming.. So, if you are one of the two or three people that still follow this blog via RSS, you'll want to move to the feed at
Let this be a lesson. There have been several external companies that I have relied upon for "forever" services and every one of them has failed. The first was bigfoot.com and their email redirector (remember …
This article is going to explain how a recent privilege escalation exploit for the works. This exploit affects 5 and 6 as well as other . Linux kernel version 2.6.37 to 3.8.9 are affected by this exploit. I will explain this exploit from the kernel side and the userland side to help readers get a better understanding of how exactly it works.
Copyblogger (subscribe to their RSS feed or mailing list) is a blog about pretty much all of the above. The amount of new content there is a bit on the high side but the quality makes up for that.
Once you got the basics covered, you're ready to get into the nitty-gritty details of teaching your audience. Advanced . Aforementioned to Content Marketing …of and just recently published a free minibook called the
This blog post will show how a fix for XFree86 and linuxthreads ended up causing a major threading regression about 7 years after the fix was created.
The regression was in pthread_create . Thread creation performed very slowly as the number of threads in a process increased. This bug is present on5.3 (and earlier) and other linux distros as well.
It is also very …