At its core, DevOps is a set of practices that automate software development processes in order to build, test, release, and manage workloads faster and more reliably. We break DevOps into five main areas: Automation, Cloud-Native, Culture, Security, and Observability.
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This tutorial introduces you to the basic concepts of XML and using a Document Object Model (DOM) as a parser for the iPhone to parse XML. The intended audience is XML beginners with knowledge of Objective C.
XML (Extensible Markup Language) is a set of rules for encoding documents electronically. It is defined in the XML 1.0 Specification produced by the W3C. XML’s design goals emphasize simplicity, generality, and usability over the Internet. Although XML’s design focuses on documents, it is widely used for the representation of arbitrary data structures, for example in web services. A variety of APIs for accessing XML have been developed and used, and some have been standardized.
Thinking of developing a Facebook FBML Application? It is certainly a very exciting and inspiring task. Let me make it as fun for you as possible by pointing out a few obstacles you may come across and ways to bypass them. I personally stumbled upon each of the problems listed below in my first steps in Facebook development. Hopefully, this will help those of you who are taking your first steps into Facebook development avoid some headaches along the way. Let’s get started!
Backups are important and automated backups help reduce error by removing the human component. Of course it is always good to check in and make sure that everything is working properly, and audit your systems periodically to see if you need to add anything new to your backup. MentorMate uses a script with a few simple tools to get all important information in one place and make redundant onsite and offsite backups of it.
Many of the employees at MentorMate have Google Android phones. There are a few iPhone owners too, but they’re in the minority at MentorMate. We did a little survey and found out what Android apps everyone was using. We then consolidated the list and filtered out all the apps that wouldn’t be used by your average Google Android user. What follows is a list of truly great apps that every Google Android user should have. These apps have one more thing in common, they’re all FREE!