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The Domains:

Bitcoin.com publishes a piece on crypto domain names

Jamie Redman wrote a pretty long piece about the buying, selling and discussion of crypto related domain names. Redman went through a lot of social media posts, referenced a discussion about crypto on Namepros and pulled out a bunch of sales. It would have been nice for Jamie to have left out the squatter moniker […]

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Planet MySQL:

MySQL Convert Binlog Based Replication To GTID Replication Without Downtime

This title may be suitable for the new age MySQL Users. Because in 5.7 onwards its already supported to enable GTID online. But still few of my mission critical databases are in 5.6 and handling 70k QPS. So I know enabling GTID needs downtime for this. But in my case, the GTID has been already implemented. But still the replication is using Binlog file name and position for replicating the data. This is my slave status. You can see the GTID has ..

The Domains:

Support for Facebook’s Libra is beginning to wane

The Next Web published a piece about some of the early backers of Libra looking to back away and maybe back out completely. The story written by Yessi Bello Perez takes a look at a recent report from FT.com (you need to subscribe to read it). It looks like the backlash from regulators is prompting […]

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CircleID:

Startups on .Tech Domains Raise $2B+ in VC Funding

Radix, one of the world's leading new top-level domains registries, today announced that at least 170 startups on .tech have raised over $2B in VC funding between 2017 to 2019 (source: Crunchbase). These startups are spread across industries such as Auto, Crypto, Mobility, Energy, etc. Based on an analysis of startups that are listed on Crunchbase as of June 2019, there ar..

VMware vSphere Blog:

The vSphere Assessment Tool is Here!

Jumpstart Your vSphere Upgrade With The vSphere Assessment Tool! We are excited to announce the availability of the vSphere Assessment Tool (vSAT). Looking to review your environment before upgrading to a new release of vSphere? Look no further than the vSphere Assessment Tool! The vSphere Assessment Tool plays a crucial part in any vSphere upgrade

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Planet MySQL:

Check Constraints Issues

Earlier I wrote about check constraints when MySQL 8.0.16 was released. But this week I noticed two different folks having similar problems with them. And sadly it is 'pilot error'.The first was labeled  MYSQL 8.0.17 CHECK not working even though it has been implemented and a cursory glance may make one wonder what is going on with the database.The table is set up with two constraints. And old timers will probably mutter something under their bre..

SitePoint:

SitePoint Premium New Releases: Form Design + Cloning Tinder

We're working hard to keep you on the cutting edge of your field with SitePoint Premium. We've got plenty of new books to check out in the library — let us introduce you to t..

Planet MySQL:

MySQL Notifier 1.1.8 has been released

Dear MySQL users, The MySQL Windows Experience Team is proud to announce the release of MySQL Notifier version 1.1.8, the latest addition to the MySQL Installer for Windows. MySQL Notifier enables developers and DBAs to easily monitor, start and stop all their MySQL database instances. It provides a familiar Microsoft SQL Server look and feel and integrates with MySQL Workbench. MySQL Notifier is installe..

Domain Name Wire:

Your Top 10 Domains

Take stock of your top Domains. On Twitter yesterday, Shane Cultra said he didn’t know why so many people keep their domain portfolio private. 2nd thought. If you are ashamed to publish your top 50 names then essentially you already know that your names aren’t that good. Which is fine unless you operate as a […]

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CSS-Tricks:

Jeremy Keith – Building the Web

I really enjoyed this interview with Jeremy Keith on the state of the web, how things have changed in recent years and why he’s a mix of optimistic and nervous for the future.

One thing that caught my attention during the interview more than anything was where Jeremy started discussing how folks think that websites are pretty crummy in general. This reminded me that I cannot count the number of times when someone has said to me “ah, I c..

Search Engine Land:

How brick-and-mortar retailers can succeed on Amazon

Retailers need to view Amazon as a platform to not only sell more products but to build reputations as well.

Please visit Search Engine Land for the full article.

CSS-Tricks:

Multiplayer Tic Tac Toe with GraphQL

GraphQL is a query language for APIs that is very empowering for front-end developers. As the GraphQL site explains it, you describe your data, ask for what you want, and get predictable results.

If you haven’t worked with it before, GraphQL might be a little confusing to grok at first glance. So, let’s build a multiplayer tic-tac-toe game using it in order to demonstrate how it’s used and ..

blog.scottlowe.org:

Technology Short Take 118

Welcome to Technology Short Take #118! Next week is VMworld US in San Francisco, CA, and I’ll be there live-blogging and meeting up with folks to discuss all things Kubernetes. If you’re going to be there, look me up! Otherwise, I leave you with this list of links and articles from around the Internet to keep you busy. Enjoy!

Networking
Networking guru Ivan Pepelnjak has migrated hi..

The State of Security:

Massachusetts General Hospital Warns of Privacy Incident

Massachusetts General Hospital (MGH) announced that it learned of a privacy incident involving its Department of Neurology. MGH said that it learned on 24 June 2019 of an instance where someone gained unauthorized access to databases related to two computer applications used by its Neurology Department for research studies. Upon taking a closer look, MGH […]… 

Yellow Bricks:

Cool fling: vSAN Performance Monitor


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The vSAN team has just published a cool fling, the vSAN Performance Monitor. This performance monitor allows you to m..