Monthly Archives: June 2014

Velocity Conference Santa Clara 2014 Tips Game Cards

The O’Reilly Velocity Web Operations & Performance Conference is June 24-26 in Santa Clara. Next to the messages/jobs board was a Web Ops & Performance Tips board: – use source maps to debug compressed JS and CSS – use ::before … Continue reading

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Yahoo Mail Basic is Broken, but Full Featured Works

If you’re still using Yahoo Mail Basic version and have frequent connection timeout problems since mid-2013, then I recommend clicking on the upgrade link. Full Featured version (free) does not appear to have those problems. The main drawback of this … Continue reading

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AWS Pop-up Loft, San Francisco

Amazon Web Services pop-up loft (Ask an Architect area, lecture hall, kitchen/lounge)Photo credit: Amazon.com. I happened to be in SF today, so I went to the Amazon Web Services pop-up loft on Market St. Amazon rented an empty storefront for … Continue reading

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Restaurant Review: Arka Indian Restaurant, Sunnyvale

I had dinner at Arka Indian Restaurant and Bar in Sunnyvale tonite. It is a large restaurant on El Camino, perfect for office get-togethers of 20 or more diners. Very nice ambience with Indian decor inside and an outdoor veranda/patio … Continue reading

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Advanced Liquibase Techniques

I recently did some work with liquibase. Here’s some techniques for advanced users to workaround limitations to calculate query cost. Liquibase Introduction Liquibase is an Open Source (Apache 2.0 License) Java utility and API for specifying and versioning schema changes … Continue reading

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