The new year continues to provide a bounty of interesting/helpful content…enjoy!
- Mongo-edit: Ever wanted a gui editor for MongoDB? Of course you have!
- Optimizing WebSockets Bandwidth: This is an older article, but optimizing bandwidth usage is always relevant.
- Make tests read like a book: Pure truth. Nothing sucks worse than coming back to a project a year later and realizing that the tests you wrote are incomprehensible.
- Ruby 1.9.3-p374 is released: Fixes for the random SEGV problem among other things.
- Faster Websites: Crash Course on Web Performance: PDFs and videos from Devoxx.com on web performance.
- Proactive Log Review Might Be a Good Idea: Yeah, there should always be someone looking at logs whether there’s a problem happening or not.
- Notes on Distributed Systems for Young Bloods: A good read for anyone working on distributes systems like the cloud.
- Details of the December 28th, 2012 Windows Azure Storage Disruption in US South: Title says it all.
- A look at Ruby 2.0: Ruby 2.0 is still just RC1, but that shouldn’t stop you from learning about it. This article goes through installation and some of the new features.
- Debugging mocha unit tests with WebStorm step by step: Glenn Block goes over using WebStorm to debug mocha tests.
- Some cool new content on #windowsazure Mobile Services and great samples!!: “Since the release of mobile services in September, the team has made great effort in adding features and improving the service(s). Nick Harris (@cloudnick) posted a bunch of new samples and tutorials on how to achieve certain tasks.”
- 31 Days of iOS: Day 14–The UIWebView: “Welcome to Day 14 in the 31 Days of iOS. Yesterday, we focused on how to display lists of data using the TableView. Today we’re going to move on to something new and talk about using UIWebViews.”
- One step closer to full support for Redis on Windows, MS Open Tech releases 64-bit and Azure installer: Learn about the latest efforts of the Microsoft Open Tech team to support Redis on Window
Have a great weekend!