Month: January 2012

Blitz – Recommended for Drupal Testing

In the spirit of continuous integration and making load testing a fun sport, our paid plans have just two simple dimensions: How much you want to scale out and how long you want to rush. We do not impose any limits on how many times you run the load tests.You can easily increase your concurrency…

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Twitter Updates for 2012-01-31

Everything You Thought You Knew About Learning Is Wrong | GeekDad | http://t.co/d1oQO2bl http://t.co/AyTS1dal # On tap: Classcaster plugins for MOOC, CALIcon website config, A2J backups, Elangdell remixing. # Protip: When writing down your username, please write down the CORRECT username. I'm really not adding characters just to mess with you. # @sglassmeyer Currently very…

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Twitter Updates for 2012-01-29

Following up on overnight alarms on a server in the cloud. It never stops. # Implications of the paperback revolution for the e-book age http://t.co/fC0CDrzO # Powered by Twitter Tools

Twitter Updates for 2012-01-27

Thing about ebooks is that I'll bet the print version of your fav casebook didn't require a code review before release. Just sayin'. # On tap: more A2J server config, Classcaster migrations, code and conversion review for eLangdell, case law remixing. # Very useful: #Drupal can support both full domains (some.dom.ain) and sub-folders (some.dom.ain/folder) in…

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Twitter Updates for 2012-01-26

On tap: AP bug fixes, new A2J server, more Classcaster migrations, test quiz plugins for MOOC, CALIcon website setup. # Noah Millman » Textbook Cases http://t.co/hDfv5XYS [Another good article on why iBooks2+Author ain't all that.] # AutoPublish bug fixes out for testing. Which appears to be leading to more bugs to fix, of course. #…

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Twitter Updates for 2012-01-25

Designing aesthetically pleasing Moodle courses | http://t.co/mX1SMXRF http://t.co/mdD1tTr7 # @tomboonedotcom Looks good to me. Opened right up in my Nook. Did you use Sigil on this? Will the process become part of publication cycle? # @tomboonedotcom That's about the same as our process for #eLangdell Have you seen Writer2ePub for OpenOffice? http://t.co/AgswWUCl # @tomboonedotcom We…

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Twitter Updates for 2012-01-24

@jasnwilsn See http://t.co/sjdBO3vt for e-casebooks here now. @CALIorg has been working on this for some time now. # Listening to Supreme Court of Georgia oral arguments this morning at http://t.co/RvKezLTY realizing the edu value for law students. # @jasnwilsn @caliorg And we appreciate Apple "validating" the ebook work we do. # Speaking of e-casebooks, here's…

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Scripting News: Code nodetypes in World Outline

http://scripting.com/stories/2012/01/23/codeNodetypesInWorldOutlin.html As you might imagine, outlines play a big role in the World Outline. And when you can make an outline behave and look like an outline, well that’s strictly good. In December I finally invested in making outline objects work just like outlines. That meant rolling up my sleeves and making no apologies for…

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Turbocharging Solr Index Replication with BitTorrent « Code as Craft

http://codeascraft.etsy.com/2012/01/23/solr-bittorrent-index-replication/ Search at Etsy has grown significantly over the years. In January of 2009 we started using Solr for search. We used the standard master-slave configuration for our search servers with replication. All of the changes to the search index are written to the master server. The slaves are read-only copies of master which serve…

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