Weekly Product Update: New Events API available for private beta [feedly]

GitHub handle emailed and events api beta awaited with baited breath!     Shared via feedly // published on The Mailgun Blog // visit site Weekly Product Update: New Events API available for private beta We believe in giving our customers full transparency into what is happening with their emails. That is why we show our customers what is happening with each and every email that gets sent or received through Mailgun with Logs. Recently,...

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Dealing with your 6-months old backlog [feedly]

Nothing to do with a backlog just a funny cat gif for me!     Shared via feedly // published on DevOps Reactions // visit site Dealing with your 6-months old backlog image by Amanda Visit website Sent via feedly // A news reader for creative minds.

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I, Revolution: OAuth is awesome, OAuth is horrible. [feedly]

OAuth is horrible in terms of being a consumer and a provider.     Shared via feedly // published on John Sheehan // visit site I, Revolution: OAuth is awesome, OAuth is horrible. I, Revolution: OAuth is awesome, OAuth is horrible.: From my co-founder Frank Stratton: Photo: Micro Ecosystem by Pierre Pocs Introduction After writing the Runscope API, and several OAuth API clients to other services. I've finally had some time to figure out how...

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The Most Popular Pub Names [feedly]

This is what mongodb and big data is perfect for. especially if you are a Brit. Genius.Cheers!     Shared via feedly // published on The MongoDB NoSQL Database Blog // visit site The Most Popular Pub Names By Ross Lawley, MongoEngine maintainer and Scala Engineer at 10gen Earlier in the year I gave a talk at MongoDB London about the different aggregation options with MongoDB. The topic recently came up again in conversation at...

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How to Extend Your Wi-Fi Network With an Old Router [feedly]

Aha. I now know what to do with an old Belkin that's kicking around now     Shared via feedly // published on Lifehacker // visit site How to Extend Your Wi-Fi Network With an Old Router When you upgrade to a faster, better router, don't toss your old one. Whether through stock or custom firmware, you can likely turn it into a repeater that can carry your Wi-Fi's signal to the dark corners of...

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