I wanted to test Apache 2.4 on my Ubuntu 13.04 but it was not available as a package, so I went and compiled the sources. In this post you can find the steps needed to make the latest Apache available on your Ubuntu.
Today I went to buy a new tablet for myself, replacing the old iPad that I was not using much. As you can guess by looking at my blog I am an Android fan so I wanted to buy an Android tablet but instead of that I came home with an iPad. I had no other choice here in the Netherland really, I mean really.
To make the Nvidia proprietary drivers work make sure you disable "Optimus"; in bios found in "Video"; tab.
Couple of days ago I got my new laptop (Dell M4700) to replace my old one. I was interested in how it performed compared to my old laptop, to make it more interesting I added my desktop (AMD) to the comparison as well.
I was testing the performance of VirtualBox and VMware Player when i thought maybe i should test one of the more bare metal hypervisors like xen, kvm or esxi. Xen needs more config than kvm and esxi is without actual host so i decided to try out kvm because it is the easiest one to setup.
Yesterday i tested the performance of VirtualBox and i thought it should be nice to see how it compares against the famous VMware. I chose to test the VMware Player instead of the workstation because it is free. The first big difference between VirtualBox and VMware Player was that the Player did not allow more than 4 cpu's to be assigned.
I am using VirtualBox for a long time now, although i know there is an performance penalty i never bothered to check how big it was. I got curious and though maybe I should test this to see how it works out. This is not an scientific test or anything fancy just a simple tests that show a difference in performance between the hardware and VirtualBox 4.2.
There are many reasons why sprint planning sessions don't go the way you want them to. Here is my short list of the things that I have seen breaking the sprint planning sessions the most.
In an Agile environment we try to creat “just enough documentation” and “just enough architecture”. To achieve this we need our source code to become a part of the documentation.
There are lot of programming languages in the world, there is one for everybody. All those languages have something in common and that is that they are trying to help you solve a problem. But they all try to do it there own way.