microsoft-remote-desktop

Microsoft Remote Desktop for Mac So while I wait for the latest Xamarin Studio to install and a remote windows machine to restart I thought I would test out Byword as I am a huge Markdown fan and use it for all text that isnt code although thats possible too. I use IA Writer, Mou, Day One and now I am trialling ByWord as it hooks into Blogger and Wordpress and a few more. I...

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Opserver – Stack Exchange’s open source .NET monitoring system

A good find from jokecamp - a windows specific set of monitoring tools for the DevOps guys built and open sourced by the stackoverflow team."This is a repository to keep your eye on. I can easily see it become the devops dashboard of choice for .NET environments."Just spotted Opserver – Stack Exchange’s open source .NET monitoring system | Joe's Code:

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Every upgrade of iTunes on windows I need to fix sqlite3 error

So everytime there is a new version of iTunes I always have to fix an sqlite3 error. So to tell help me and anyone else with the same issue here is the solution I found on the following helpful page: First the error is "The procedure entry point sqlite3_wal_checkpoint could not be located in the dynamic link library SQLite3.dll."And the fix: Hummie's World of Digital Scrapbooking Tutorials: iTunes sqlite3 dll error - How to Fix...

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Create a Virtual Tape Library Using the AWS Storage Gateway

This looks interesting ...     Shared via feedly // published on Amazon Web Services Blog // visit site Create a Virtual Tape Library Using the AWS Storage Gateway The AWS Storage Gateway connects an on-premises software appliance with cloud-based storage to integrate your on-premises IT environment with the AWS storage infrastructure. Once installed and configured, each Gateway presents itself as one or more iSCSI storage volumes. Each volume can be configured to be Gateway-Cached...

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Whip Up Awesome w/the Chef Infrastructure Automation Cookbook [feedly]

This is great book. Not quite finished it yet but it's the first tech book I've purchased in a long while so that says something. I'm using it to help set up both development and production environments for a new stack and it's answered quite a few questions I've had about chef, vagrant and aws. Recommended. Shared via feedly // published on Opscode Blog // visit site Whip Up Awesome w/the Chef Infrastructure Automation Cookbook The...

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