Google now has a new sign in and login page.
You just have to go to a google account’s page, and than take a look at the bottom.
You might be given a choice to try the new sign in/ login page.
Here’s a screenshot of it if you do not have access to it:
Seems that Twitter is going to open source a very powerful data processing framework which is superficially similar to Hadoop.
The article from Twitter states that
“A Storm cluster is superficially similar to a Hadoop cluster. Whereas on Hadoop you run “MapReduce jobs”, on Storm you run “topologies”.
Go check out the article right now.
I was required to build an internal tool for migrating data from an deprecated platform to a platform based on WordPress.
Due to various complications, the migration of data cannot be done via server-side programmatic means.
Therefore I studied quite a bit on Google Chrome Extension as a viable means to perform this task.
So here’s a summary of the articles/resources I have read to get my job done:
If you are a beginner:
Useful examples on how to use the APIs
Useful Answers to Various Chrome Extension Development Issues:
I discovered Node.js some time ago ( when it was version0.2.x) and finally, I have the time to dabble with it a few days ago. The following is a summary of various resources I have collected and found useful while learning about Node.js
If you are just starting out, you can check out :
If you are into using frameworks for Node.js, here’s two you should try:
For people who are into Social Authentication, you can refer to:
Need various database support? Here’s some for NoSQL databases:
For people who are slightly more advanced
I’ll update this post when i discover more useful resources for Node.js.