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QuickLinks vom 5. Januar bis zum 15. Januar

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Meine pinboard.in-Links vom 5. Januar bis zum 15. Januar:

  • RFC 1855: Netiquette Guidelines - This document provides a minimum set of guidelines for Network Etiquette (Netiquette) which organizations may take and adapt for their own use.
  • Celerity - is a JRuby wrapper around HtmlUnit - a headless Java browser with JavaScript support. It provides a simple API for programmatic navigation through web applications.
  • cucumber-nagios - lets you describe how a system should work in natural language, and outputs whether it does in the Nagios plugin format
  • Traverso - Is an audio recording and editing program which is very well suited to record a single voice, a band, an ensemble, a whole orchestra or any other source of music
  • VimGolf - Real Vim ninjas count every keystroke - do you?
  • Ad Hoc Data Analysis From The Unix Command Line - Your friends: cat, find, grep, wc, cut, sort, uniq
  • Free e-books for Windows administrators - This is a list of free e-books that are useful for Windows administrators. It will be regularly updated.
  • Review Board - is a powerful web-based code review tool that offers developers an easy way to handle code reviews. It scales well from small projects to large companies and offers a variety of tools to take much of the stress and time out of the code review process.
  • Shelf - is an app for MacOS that looks at the current foreground application, and tries to figure out if what you’re looking at corresponds to a person in your Address Book. Then it’ll tell you things about them.
  • NanoCount - is a little utility for MacOS X. It provides a word count feature for TextEdit, OS X's built-in word processor.