Run a Windows Service from Visual Studio [feedly]

Windows based DevOps. Just the ticket. even though I use a mac we are essentially a windows shop so this is good stuff.     Shared via feedly // published on DevOps On Windows // visit site Run a Windows Service from Visual Studio This is part of a series on creating and installing Windows services. How to Create a Windows Service How to Install a Windows Service How to Run a Windows Service from...

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Use Google as a Proxy Server to Bypass Paywalls and Other Blocks [feedly]

A cheeky little trick this, not too much use as I decide who can view what in our office (everything and anything they want. blocking facebook not a smart move if you integrate with the api they provide and anyway why make people unhappy).     Shared via feedly // published on Lifehacker // visit site Use Google as a Proxy Server to Bypass Paywalls and Other Blocks Whether you work at a place that...

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A Solution for the Mother Ducking Shotty iPhone AutoCorrections of Colorful Words [feedly]

At last I can ducking swear like a cant as often as I fudging like once I've followed these instructions. clever mother funsters!     Shared via feedly // published on OS X Daily // visit site A Solution for the Mother Ducking Shotty iPhone AutoCorrections of Colorful Words The iPhone autocorrect feature is fairly aggressive with certain words and phrases. Though you can persistently cancel out the corrections to teach autocorrect what you actually...

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What's a Better Domain Name for Personal Branding? [feedly]

Don't think I'll get johnsmith.com !     Shared via feedly // published on Lifehacker // visit site What's a Better Domain Name for Personal Branding? When it comes to personal branding, having your own domain name is an important component. Unless you have an uncommon last name, though, the chances are that yourlastname.com is long gone. There are other top level domains, like .me and .name, but is it better to go with one...

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AWS Week in Review - July 8, 2013 [feedly]

Main highlight here is a massive reduction again in EC2 charges.     Shared via feedly // published on Amazon Web Services Blog // visit site AWS Week in Review - July 8, 2013 Let's take a quick look at what happened in AWS-land last week: Monday, July 8 We introduced Tags for Amazon RDS Resources and Resource-Level Permissions for EC2 and RDS Resources. Tuesday, July 9 We added Watermarking and Control of Bit and...

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