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by Frank - 1 week ago

Database decisions: AWS has changed the game for IT

You may not have heard of OpenSCG, but Amazon Web Services has. A week ago, AWS quietly acquired the PostgreSQL migration services company founded by PostgreSQL veteran Denis Lussier. While some PostgreSQL fans weren’t happy about the move, the OpenSCG acquisition is emblematic of a much larger mov...

by Frank - 1 week ago

Cloud migrations: Don’t settle for just some operational savings

I’ve stopped thinking of simple migration to the public clouds as “success.” Yes, businesses do benefit. You decrease operational costs by a certain amount, if you plan correctly, and you certainly increase the convenience of not having to deal with hardware and software. But all that gets you to j...

by Frank - 1 week ago

Paddleboard vs Kayak: Which is the Best Choice and Why

If you’re thinking of breaking into the world of paddling water sports, you’ll quickly be faced with an important decision: making the choice of paddleboard vs kayak. These two paddling sports are becoming more popular, and many who are new to paddling are picking one of these sports to introduce t...

by Frank - 1 week ago

Acer Nitro 5 gaming laptop is almost perfect

by Edwin - on April 9th, 2018 Acer has certainly come a long way from being a second tier PC company, and the kind of hardware that they push out these days are impressive to say the least. The gaming laptop is a fiercely competitive market segment, and there is quite a number of players out...

by Frank - 1 week ago

Rust and JavaScript interoperability coming via WebAssembly

Mozilla is working on a bridge between types in JavaScript and the Rust language, called wasm-bindgen, that builds on the WebAssembly portable code format. The wasm-bindgen effort is meant to improve interoperability between JavaScript and Rust and to make Rust a web language like JavaScript, via W...

by Frank - 1 week ago

Nikon D850 Review

This is a guest review of the Nikon D850 full frame DSLR by wedding photographer Jesse La Plante. Over my 10-plus years as a wedding photographer, I’ve shot with an array of different Nikon DSLRs. It wasn’t until 2013 when I unboxed my Nikon D800 and held it in my hands for the first time th...

by Frank - 1 week ago

How to use Azure Redis Cache in C#

Redis is an open source, feature rich, in-memory database and caching engine that can be used to store and retrieve data in your applications. Azure Redis Cache is based on this popular database, providing a powerful and secure way to cache your application’s data in the Azure cloud. Azure Redis Ca...

by Frank - 1 week ago

Google Cloud tutorial: Get started with Google Cloud

When people think of the word Google, they think about search and the immense computational infrastructure that converts your words into a list of websites that probably have exactly what you’re looking to find. It took Google years to hire the engineers, design the custom computers, and create the...

by Frank - 1 week ago

VogDUO Power Go is a quick charging power bank

by Edwin - on April 8th, 2018 So you are running late for a very important meeting due to unforeseen domestic circumstances. You take a quick swig of coffee to jumpstart your day, grab your briefcase, make sure that your smartphone is in the pocket, snatch the car keys and make a dash for it....

by Frank - 1 week ago

Dylan Goldby

I’m an Aussie photographer based out of Seoul, South Korea. Here I focus primarily on family photography with some corporate events and couple sessions filling in the remainder of my professional work. My personal work focuses on tribal facial tattoos, travel photography, and documenting the...

by Frank - 1 week ago

GoPro has a brand new entry level HERO camera

by Edwin - on April 7th, 2018 Action cameras are something that many of us are able to identify with. It not only helps us to capture whatever we see and wherever we go, it is also able to provide a far better narrative than our words alone. After all, I am quite sure that an adrenaline pumpi...