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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CodeStock 2013 Wrap-up [feedly]

CodeStock presentation about asp.net and testing using the good chaps at app harbour and their plugin Eco system.     Shared via feedly // published on try-catch-FAIL // visit site CodeStock 2013 Wrap-up I had a blast at CodeStock 2013 this past weekend. I met a lot of cool people, attended some great sessions, and got to hang out with some good friends. I presented two sessions this year. "Testing Everything for ASP.NET MVC Applications" illustrated three...

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Facetune Touches Up Portraits with Powerful Tools and Filters [feedly]

It will have it's work cut out with me!     Shared via feedly // published on Lifehacker // visit site Facetune Touches Up Portraits with Powerful Tools and Filters iPhone: You don't need to touch up your selfies in Photoshop before posting them to Facebook; Facetune is a powerful portrait editor that can tackle just about any issues with a portrait right on your phone.Read more...     Visit website Sent via feedly // A news...

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Keep a Garbage Bag In Your Laptop Bag for Sudden Rain Storms [feedly]

A perfect little lifehack for when the current heatwave ends and the rain comes again. I keep carrier bags rolled up rather than a big refuse sack but that's a better option.     Shared via feedly // published on Lifehacker // visit site Keep a Garbage Bag In Your Laptop Bag for Sudden Rain Storms If you keep your gadgets and gear in a canvas bag or backpack, they won't be very safe when...

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Planning Octopus 2.0 [feedly]

I'm a very happy user of Octopus Deploy along with TeamCity to provide continuous delivery of our application. Deploying new versions and bug fixes to our application isn't a stress or worry or one other variable to think about. Really looking forward to the API to automate the few things that are left to automate and I'm looking at various API's for best practices at the moment and I like not having IIS as a...

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