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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PDF4Kindle Converts PDF Files to Native Kindle Books [feedly]

Convert your PDF files to the native file format for reading on your Amazon Kindle.     Shared via feedly // published on Lifehacker // visit site PDF4Kindle Converts PDF Files to Native Kindle Books  I love reading on my Kindle, but the screen is just too small and blurry to be useful for PDF files. While it's lacking in customizability, PDF4Kindle solves this problem pretty well by converting PDF files into Amazon's native .mobi...

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IFTTT goes mobile, wants to do your Internet heavy lifting for you [feedly]

Built a little prototype with this a little while ago to help automating bits of our stack. Didn't finish it of course but this might just jog me into finishing off!     Shared via feedly // published on iMore - The #1 iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch blog // visit site IFTTT goes mobile, wants to do your Internet heavy lifting for you IFTTT (If This Then That) has been trying to automate your...

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Scalability Tips & Greatest Hits [feedly]

Always like a top 5 list. top 5 crisps. top 5 chocolate bars or indeed top 5 scalability tips.     Shared via feedly // published on Sean Hull's Scalable Startups // visit site Scalability Tips & Greatest Hits Read the original article at Scalability Tips & Greatest HitsJoin 8000 others and follow Sean Hull on twitter @hullsean. In the past two years we've written a ton of material on scalability. Here's the greatest hits…...

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