Node.JS & MongoDB

Published by burgerboydaddy on Wed, 12/18/2013 - 10:43

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YEAH,

I finished my node.js with mongoDB course:

M101JS: MongoDB for Node.js Developers - You are Awesome

Congratulations! You have successfully completed, with distinction, M101JS: MongoDB for Node.js Developers.
Your score puts you in the top 7% of all students who registered for the course - awesome job.

Load Test Drupal Site Using Apache JMeter and Amazon AWS

Published by burgerboydaddy on Wed, 10/09/2013 - 20:34
My presentation for Pacific NorthWest Drupal Summit 2013 about how performance, load, and stress test Drupal site:
 
"Load Test Drupal Site Using Apache JMeter and Amazon AWS".
Here is a link to the presentation slides.

Pacific NorthWest Drupal Summit

Published by burgerboydaddy on Thu, 09/05/2013 - 09:43
My session has been accepted for Pacific Northwest Drupal Summit 2013.
Join me, and other Drupalers, on October 5-6, 2013.


And looks like for now my speech is scheduled for October 6, 2013 @10:20 -11:20.


See Ya there :-)

Image looks washed upon resizing

Published by burgerboydaddy on Tue, 09/03/2013 - 14:27

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For one content type we noticed that images after resizing look washed out. 

At first we blamed resizing tool, but also, we noticed, that not resized image (original), had same “washed” feeling if it was opened using Firefox or Chrome. Funny, but image was displayed correctly in IE.

Little check and we found that problem is with image color profiles - ICC. Both Firefox and Chrome wouldn't show proper set of colors if profile is different from sRGB. Needless to say this set of images was with CMYK color profile.

Problems with Netbeans and OpenJDK

Published by burgerboydaddy on Wed, 08/28/2013 - 08:36

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My Netbeans installation on Ubuntu development machine stopped working few days ago. It just freezes.
After some research I found that problem is with some incompatibility between Netbeans and the openjdk installed on my machine.

Solution or workaround to this problem is to uninstall openJDK and replace it with Oracle JDK.
Here are step-by-step instructions how to do this:

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