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    June 5, 2013

    nGinx: How to test your configuration in “console mode”

    Tags: — Marc Trudel-Bélisle @ 7:38 AM

    Technically, nGinx doesn’t have a “console mode”, where you can just call the executable and get the output on screen, suspend or kill the process, etc. But recently, I was looking for a way to test my nGinx config on a live server without affecting the actual production service. The customer had a specific build [...]

    November 27, 2009

    Kevin Rose: Digg,1 000 000+ User sites and The Broken

    Tags: , — Marc Trudel-Bélisle @ 11:29 AM

    Do you know Kevin Rose? Most people actually know him as the founder of Digg. He has done a great presentation on how to get a site to a million+ users. Great presentation, everyone which wants to start a web business must watch this. Link: However, I used to know him because of this [...]

    June 16, 2009

    NFB on Boxee

    Tags: , — Marc Trudel-Bélisle @ 12:58 PM

    It is out! The National Film Board had asked me to start from some work they had done and complete a skin (application) for boxee at the end of May. And it is now available online! The application has also been submited to the skin contest. You can go and vote for the NFB [...]

    June 14, 2009

    WarVOX: Wardialing Web application

    Tags: , , , — Marc Trudel-Bélisle @ 11:26 PM

    Who would have imagined… WarVOX is a web interface to an application that uses AIX VoIP protocol to make multiple calls simultaneously. Instead of doing live analysis on the live calls, it records them and post-process them to find patterns which would indicate the presence of modem. One of the advantage of their analysis technique [...]

    June 10, 2009

    Remote Microsoft SQL Server Management

    Tags: , , — Marc Trudel-Bélisle @ 4:35 PM

    Quite a struggle that is – especially when you run on non-Windows operating system. Then a Web-based solution can come handy… If you can find a good one. The look is not the best I’ve seen, but it is much better than many other SQL Server Web Manager. And it gets the job done.

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