Docker and Moby

What is Docker and what is Docker Moby

May 20, 2017 · 2 min · Alexander Holbreich

The Serverless Compute Manifesto

The Serverless Compute Manifesto: The Details

February 10, 2017 · 2 min · Alexander Holbreich

The Queen and 11 Presidents!

Queen Elizabeth II head of the Commonwealth and daughter of George VI. She was born on 21 April 1926 and have seen lot of politics and historical acts in her life, because now she is 84! As her father dies in 1952, she become the Queen regnant an met 11 Presidents of United States till now:

March 7, 2010 · 1 min · Alexander Holbreich

Folder Monitr a Flickr Upload tool

Folder Monitr allows automatically upload of Pictures to the Flickr. This tool is very useful to me because it can work automatically in the background and therefore reduce one manual step in my picture processing. So basically i can now use only Lightroom end export my developed pictures to the “watched” folder and they will automatically upload to flickr in the background. All tags are taken and even Set can be specified by subfoldering, which is also cool....

January 10, 2009 · 1 min · Alexander Holbreich

DIGG Effect is worth it?

Eric Enge has wrote very good article about success on digg. Some of the details he presents are maybe not true anymore because DIGG evolves and changes internal algorithms. However, some facts are really interesting. As he says, stories that were able to reach the DIGG home page receive an average of 129 links, and more than 10,000 visitors in an hour. Some stories have brought even more than 1,000 links and 100,000 visitors....

March 10, 2008 · 2 min · Alexander Holbreich

Yahoo Buzz launched

Yahoo Buzz is launched. This should be probably the Yahoo’s answer to Digg. Let’s prove this theory. At first look on Yahoo Buzz we see several categories of news and voting buttons aside of them with the ability to voting up. Digg principle so far. The difference of the new Yahoo service is that Yahoo Buzz seemed to be intended to work closely with Yahoo’s already existing news providers and services....

February 26, 2008 · 2 min · Alexander Holbreich

HeadSpace - Meta-Information Plug-in

If you keep on blogging you sure want that people read it. In that case early or later you will be interested in SEO basics. Site Meta-information One of the important aspects of is properly made page for the search engine optimization point of view. I don’t want to cover all these points in this article, if interested, you can read Wordpress SEO - The Beginners Guide by Joost de Valk, which is good introduction in the theme....

February 14, 2008 · 3 min · Alexander Holbreich

Pligg 9.9.0 Test

Pligg developers have released version 9.9.0 of Pligg CMS quite months ago. Now a had time to test it. In comparison to my last pligg installation of pligg 9.8.2 this version is more stable. It does not broke pages with PHP errors in the browser on every second click and you get good feeling navigating through it. But some bugs are still there. Some links still does not work (without reporting PHP exception to the user), e....

February 1, 2008 · 2 min · Alexander Holbreich

Polyglot Plugin

‘Polyglot’ is next Wordpress plug-in I want to tell you about. You maybe already has notice this flags at the post caption. As you may think this is translation of this post. Such translations are possible with polyglot Plug-in. The Plug-In homepage has an installation instruction, read it before begin with installations. Actual you need to copy polyglot to your Wordpress installation and then put something like this <?php if(functionexists('polyglotother_langs')) { //display existing language versions of the post polyglot_other_langs(' ','<ul>', '</ul>', '<li>', '</li>'); }?...

January 8, 2008 · 1 min · Alexander Holbreich

"NoFollow" considered harmful

“nofollow” Background The rel="nofollow" html attribute was initially proposed by google and was supported by MSN and Yahoo! The intention was to stem spam-links, that can largely occur in some webpages, especially blog comments. The famous blog engines founded that idea very cool and most of them are setting the nofollow attribute out of the box. WordPress does it by default too. But like many of good-mentioned ideas can lead to some not wanted problems....

February 3, 2007 · 3 min · Alexander Holbreich