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Linux Tip of the Day
November 13, 2014

Hi all, I’d like to share this with all of you. Because of my job I had the necessity to know which port where used on a remote server that hadn’t nmap installed on it, so what I did was: sudo lsof -nP -i | grep LISTEN Here is the explanation: lsof – list of […]

Linux tips
Some useful Linux commands
January 15, 2012

Howdy! What I’d like to share with you today, are some useful tips I’ve learned  while exploring  my Linux OS. First you have to know that, using a ‘nix’ system  will  lead you to use the terminal sooner or later, to install something or just use it because you want to be a smart ‘nix’ user!!! […]

Big Endian or Little Endian?
December 17, 2011

Howdy! I’m sure that most of the developers have met the terms “big endian” or “little endian”. Originally these two terms were used by Jonathan Swift in his Gulliver’s travels. Briefly people from Lilliput were cracking boiled eggs from the small end (little endians) while the inhabitans of the rival kingdom of Blefuscu were craking […]

Is deploying overnight necessary?
October 23, 2011

“Deployment.  Production Push.  Go Live.  Rollout.  Whatever you call the process of turning your development codebase into a live, production application, I sincerely hope you’re not living in the Stone Age and doing it in the middle of the night under the guise of avoiding customer impact.” These are some of the things discussed in […]

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