A content delivery network or content distribution network (CDN) is a large distributed system of servers deployed in multiple data centers across the Internet. via Content delivery network – Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.
Today I sorted the categories of my blog articles by lowest occurences, then I cut&pasted a lot of these categories and added them as tags. I still have far to many categories, but it’s getting better.
I just recently found that directory tree at the shell account at my Internet provider’s site, and I had no idea, who created and maintained it. They told me, they had activated that VIM feature. Apparently they advised VIM to keep 20 back-up copies of each edited file. I really like automatic back-up copies, but… Continue reading VIM keeps a directory tree at ~/.backups/
via Nat Torkington’s four short links: 30 December 2013 – O’Reilly Radar: In my explorations of the electronics markets in China, I’ve seen shop keepers burning firmware on cards that “expand” the capacity of the card — in other words, they load a firmware that reports the capacity of a card is much larger than… Continue reading Bunnie Huang on Hacking MicroSD Cards
via Nat Torkington’s four short links: 30 December 2013 – O’Reilly Radar.
I have dozens of IMAP folders, that my ~/.procmailrc at my Internet provider’s site routes incoming messages to. In order to see, what’s new, I find it more reasonable to look at my procmail LOGFILE. I rather (“constantly”) watch my procmail LOGFILE with “tail -f” though. I really find it rather useful, to copy an entry from… Continue reading extended my procmail LOGFILE converter
This book covers the syllabus for the Improving the Test Process module of the International Software Testing Qualifications Board (ISTQB) Expert Level exam. To obtain certification as a professional tester at the Expert Level, candidates may choose to take a course given by an ISTQB accredited training provider and then sit for the exam. Experience… Continue reading Rocky Nook book: Improving the Test Process