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OpenLDAP Proxy -- Introduction

OpenLDAP Proxy -- Introduction

OpenLDAP is an open source project which is intended to provide some commercial-grade, fully featured applications and development tools based on the well known Light-weight Directory Access Protocol(LDAP). Hence corporations which want to manage their user and group information can freely use these tools.  OpenLDAP provides ldap servers, ldap clients and corresponding tools to work on LDAP. The LDAP server is called slapd(Stand-alone LDAP  daemon). And it would serve as the server whi...
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Coming up Next for JavaScript Web Apps Is Next.Js 3

 nishthasingh    600  0

Are wondering who is going to be the next PHP of the internet; except JavaScript. Next.js is all set to bring the PHP experience to JavaScript with its latest version. As the technology continues to be considered as a “win” amongst a number of developers across the globe, professionals are trying to improve it as much as they can. Because of its minimalist approach to server-rendered apps, this highly customizable framework can be recommendable for beginners as well as experienced pr...

A plugin to update last_error in Delayed Job

 sonic0002    173  0

delayed_job is a process based asynchronous task processing gem which can be ran at background. It will fork the specified number of processes to execute the tasks asynchronously. The task status is usually stored in the database so that it can be easily integrated into a Rails application where asynchronous job execution is desired. Normally when a job fails to execute or error occurs, it would save the error into the database with the column last_error. Ideally all these will be handled b...

CPI and DPI – Similarity in Difference! Know Your Mouse Today

 Angela    119  0

You can find nobody who hasn’t seen a computer yet! Only a newborn baby possesses the chance to not see a computer in this age of technology. We all have seen computers and an astounding figure of individuals use PC for their personal use as per the report of 2016. Country PC in Use (Million) USA 310.6 China 195.1 Japan 98.1 Germany 71.5 India 57   So, with this growing computer utility, surely people are familiar with its required parts like k...

5 tips for selling your software company for maximum value

 racheljackson    80  0

From the moment you start your software company, you should be developing an exit strategy. While you might have no plans to sell your business, things can go wrong, and you can find yourself in a position with no other option. In this case, having a plan to go to will make the entire process easier. If you do plan on selling, you should be constantly improving your exit strategy as your business evolves in order to ensure you sell your company for maximum value. Selling a software company can ...

Upcoming Product from Nokia: Nokia 2

 kellywilson019    139  0

With the emergence of telephone, the field of communication has seen a revolution. It was the time when people were able to talk to each other on the phone directly, and the reliance on letters was just reduced. Later entered the cell phones where the users were able to communicate with a phone call or even with SMS. The cell phones made it easy for the users to talk to each other even if they are moving from one place to another. To add value to the cell phones then entered the smartphones to t...

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What weekend projects have you created?

As programmers, you may have spent plenty of time on learning different skills or technologies. To practice them, you may have created some weekend projects which would not take your too long while implementing something you find interesting. So what's yours? What technology have you used?

What's your opinion about Alibaba mooncake incident?

On 12 September, China's eCommerce giant Alibaba fired a few employees for ordering mooncakes intended for internal employees by "cheating". The background of this incident is that Alibaba developed a mooncake ordering system open to internal employee just before the Chinese Mid-Autumn festival(15 September). Knowing about this news, 4 Alibaba security engineers and 1 Aliyun(Alibaba Cloud) engineer wrote some script to help order the mooncake automatically. When the system was open, the script started to work and ordered a total of 124 boxes of mooncakes. After this happened, the management team had a conversation with the 5 employees and fired them a few hours later because the management team thought their behavior violated Alibaba's value(honest, fair play). However, the engineers get fired said they were just using some technical method to assist them and didn't intend to order so many and contacted HR to report this on their own initiative. This triggered a big debate later in China. Lots of people think Alibaba is too stringent on this and it hurts the geek spirit of programmers. What do you think of it? What will happen if this happens in your company? Is this considered normal as a geek?

Should a CTO write code?

A CTO is usually considered as a person with strong technology sense and knows how to build the best technology strategy of the company and conquer technical challenges facing the company. And a CTO is frequently conceived as a person who can write code well. There are a few arguments about what a CTO needs to do exactly. What do you think a qualified CTO needs to do? Does s/he need to write code? Does s/he need to be a tech guru?

What does it feel to have a programmer dad or mom?

What does it feel to have a programmer dad or mom? Will there be many discussions on technical topics during dinner? Do you want to have a programmer dad or mom?

Should we be worried about the win of AlphaGo?

The biggest event today is the match between AlphaGo(The AI system from Google) ad Lee Sedol. The result of the first match is that AlphaGo defeats Lee Sedol. There will be another four matches in following days. After today's match, many people are happy to see that AlphaGo wins, but many others are worrying about that human beings are defeated by machines. Should we be worried of the win of AlphaGo? Will we be replaced by machines in the future? What's your opinion about AI?
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Theory and practice in action

Theory and practice in action

By sonic0002 at 2017-11-23 04:13:19