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Simple Newspaper Layout with jsPDF

over 1 year ago | Eduard Moldovan: eduardmoldovan.com - tech

In our previous post we examined basic methods from the jsPDF library and now we will build a realistic layout, a newspaper page.

Next Product to Buy – NPTB

over 1 year ago | Ajay Mittal: R Handbook

Next Product to Buy (NPTB) / Product affinity analysis has transformed the retail businesses by suddenly throwing open new insights from data that were not captured by them. This knowledge has empowered the retailers with an ability to understand their business better and use these insights for accurate decision-making. Instead of sending spams to consumers […]

Scale up with Docker and Mesos

over 1 year ago | Rocky Jaiswal: Still Learning

I find Docker to be quite an exciting piece of technology. Packaging an application as an container and shipping it off is usually an easy and pleasant experience. Application containers help avoid provisioning and configuring pains and can be run on any server with ...

Don’t Let Your Data Out of the Database

over 1 year ago | Pat Shaughnessy: Pat Shaughnessy

Don’t let your data escape from your database and cause unintended performance mistakes. Keep your data in the database, not for security reasons but to avoid performance mistakes. Often the best way to speed up your applicati

Get started with Docker

over 1 year ago | Rocky Jaiswal: Still Learning

This article was published in Healthy Code Magazine, India We have all been there, we have just written a cool application and are super excited to ship it out. Then we have a chat with the Ops team, “Redis” they say, “you are using Redis, well, we do not support that”. Ops adds “ ...

AWS & Encryption keys: Revert manually edited policy

over 1 year ago | Kristof Mattei: Kristof's blog

Since we’ve been working with AWS we sometimes did stuff that, after looking back on it, wasn’t the best approach. One of those things was manually applying Key Policies on Encryption Keys. It currently looked like this: Notice the sentence: We’ve detected that the policy document for this key has been manually edited. You may … Continue reading "AWS & Encryption keys: Revert manually edited policy" The post AWS & Encryption keys: Revert manually edited policy appeared first on Kristof's blog.

AWS & Encryption keys: Revert manually edited policy

over 1 year ago | Kristof Mattei: Kristof's blog

Since we’ve been working with AWS we sometimes did stuff that, after looking back on it, wasn’t the best approach. One of those things was manually applying Key Policies on Encryption Keys. It currently looked like this: Notice the sentence: We’ve detected that the policy document for this key has been manually edited. You may … Continue reading "AWS & Encryption keys: Revert manually edited policy" The post AWS & Encryption keys: Revert manually edited policy appeared first on Kristof's blog.