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Tower - The most powerful Git client for Mac
Tower - the most powerful Git client for Mac
git  software  osx 
7 days ago
OnApp
helps hosts and service providers create their own next-gen cloud, CDN and storage services - quickly, easily and at very low cost.
hosting  controlpanel 
8 days ago
Compare Models
This chart compares models of Cisco Catalyst 3750 Series Switches.
cisco  switches 
12 days ago
Cisco Firewall Comparison
With Cisco ASA firewalls, you can integrate multiple enterprise-class, next-generation network security services without sacrificing performance. Cisco ASA combines the most deployed stateful inspection firewall in the industry with next-generation firewall capabilities.
cisco  firewall 
12 days ago
API Design Tour: Dell
API Design Tour:DellRound Rock, Texas, USABrian Mulloy Apigee@landlessness @apigee
12 days ago
Speed up RTP packetloss troubleshooting with tshark read filters
I hate waiting for Wireshark to load a 20+meg capture file to review RTP streams. Once it loads you browse to "Telephony > RTP > Show All Streams". Then you wait for it analyze the RTP streams..... If you have a fair amount of memory it might not be too horrible of a wait, but it can…
tshark  rtp  voip  sip 
19 days ago
home
This repository is used to publish my home directory org document. Virtually all of my development occurs in a private repository. That is responsible for ongoing, unstable changes. This repository is used to publish a known good and working version of the system.
emacs 
19 days ago
What is the best way to open remote files with emacs and ssh - Stack Overflow
And to add to @abo-abo's post about "shortcuts" --

Use Emacs bookmarks. Just create bookmarks normally, when you visit a remote file or directory. Then just use C-x r b to jump to a remote bookmark, whose name you provide (with completion).

If you use Bookmark+ then remote bookmarks are highlighted specially in the *Bookmark List*, so you can recognize them more easily. And remote bookmarks that must be accessed by su or sudo (root) are highlighted differently.

If you use Dired+ then you can also quickly bookmark multiple remote files or directories, by visiting their containing remote directory in Dired, marking them, and hitting C-x b. No need to give the bookmarks names; they are named after the files. Even if you never use those bookmarks for navigating to the remote files, you can use them with Bookmark+ tags to organize the files and thus operate on subsets of them.

If you use Icicles then whenever you use a command to jump to a bookmark, you can narrow the completion candidates to those that are remote by hitting C-M-@ during completion.
emacs 
december 2013
kbkbkbkb1/guide-key
Moreover, prefix commands are automatically highlighted.

Depending on your level of emacs experience, you may want a shorter or longer delay between pressing a key and the appearance of the guide buffer. This can be controlled by setting guide-key/idle-delay:

(setq guide-key/idle-delay 0.1)
guide-key  emacs 
november 2013
capitaomorte/efire
Example of using the circe stuff to build a CampFire client
emacs  irc  campfire 
november 2013
Emacs development
Ways to set environment variables in Mac OS X
emacs  osx 
october 2013
Joshua Go: Ways to modularize your Ruby code
In this post, I'll recommend several ways to properly organize code in Ruby projects. I'll also explain my reasoning and how I arrived at each solution.Much of this builds on the excellent work of…
ruby 
october 2013
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