I read a post on measuring performance in Grape APIs with NewRelic RPM on the Art.sy Engineering blog, with a Grape middleware I rewrote last week. If you’re not using NewRelic, here’s a pretty picture to convince you to try it out.
For the last 15 odd years we have continually expanded the amount of information available at our finger tips year on year exponentially. It means my main daily input source for information is actually able to give it to my faster than my poor little evolved brain can consume it.
A Facebook engineer explains operational and release processes that are used at one of the largest websites. He'll be walking through a typical change from inception to the final deployment into production.
I usually buy Comodo Certificates from PSW.net. It was always a pain to get it running because the information found on Comodos website are extremely outdated. If you are in pain too, here is some help.
ShellJS is a portable (**Windows included**) implementation of Unix shell commands on top of the Node.js API. You can use it to eliminate your shell script's dependency on Unix while still keeping its familiar and powerful commands.
This question amused me for a number of reasons, and I think it’s a bit of a shame it ended up closed Off Topic as it was written like a product recommendation. Let’s think about this in a little more detail.