Capacity for beer still main source of pride [feedly]

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Fuck Off As A Service [feedly]

Haha! Well played.     Shared via feedly // published on The Profound Programmer // visit site Fuck Off As A Service Fuck Off As A Service: FOAAS (Fuck Off As A Service) provides a modern, RESTful, scalable solution to the common problem of telling people to fuck off. Visit website Sent via feedly // A news reader for creative minds.

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Learn Ember With Us for Free [feedly]

Learn Ember for free, cannot argue with that.     Shared via feedly // published on Nettuts+ // visit site Learn Ember With Us for Free Hopefully, it's clear by now that Envato and Tuts+ are dedicated to education. In addition to the various Tuts+ sites like this one, we also offer Tuts+ Premium, which provides the best web development courses and ebooks available today for a small monthly cost. Members of Premium help to...

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Use Aliases, Not Hostnames [feedly]

Hurrah! I do this.      Shared via feedly // published on DevOps On Windows // visit site Use Aliases, Not Hostnames I'm going to cut straight to the point: it is 2013, you should use aliases, not hostnames; aliases as in DNS CNAME records. This goes for everything and anything: your source control server, your issue tracker, your wiki/document management system, your central configuration service, etc. So what exactly am I talking about? Let's say...

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snackable content: the pros and cons

snackable content: the pros and cons: "Snackable content is the latest buzzword to enter the ever-changing content marketing scene. But as with any fad or trend, it is important to consider exactly what the bandwagon is that everyone seems to jumping on, and of course, the pros and cons. "'via Blog this'

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