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Drupal 6 Performance Optimization Using Throttle and Devel Module

In this article by Trevor James and TJ Holowaychuk , authors of Drupal 6 Performance Tips , we're going to learn how to throttle modules and blocks on our site in order to increase performance and reduce server load during high traffic periods. We will use the Throttle module to do this. We'll also discuss the Devel module and how it can be used to generate dummy content, users, and taxonomy categories for our development site. Using Devel to generate test or dummy content provides an easy method of building a test or demo site quickly. To summarize, here's what we'll be doing: Throttling modules and blocks Using the Development module to generate taxonomy, users, and content

Installing Magento

 In this article by Jonathan Bownds and Bret Williams , authors of the book, Mastering Magento 2 - Second Edition , we will learn the following topics: How to form a plan for your Magento installation How to analyze and research your hosting alternatives How Magento's powerful Global-Website-Store methodology gives you tremendous power to run more than one website in a single installation How to plan for multiple languages, business entities, and domains

Booting the System

 In this article by William Confer and William Roberts , authors of the book, Exploring SE for Android , we will learn once we have an SE for Android system, we need to see how we can make use of it, and get it into a usable state. In this article, we will: Modify the log level to gain more details while debugging Follow the boot process relative to the policy loader Investigate SELinux APIs and SELinuxFS Correct issues with the maximum policy version number Apply patches to load and verify an NSA policy

Installing and customizing Redmine

In this article by Andriy Lesyuk , author of Mastering Redmine , you will learn how to install and customize Redmine. For installing Redmine from a package we will use Ubuntu Server 12.04 LTS. Why Ubuntu? Because it's one of the most popular Linux distributions nowadays and Ubuntu is widely used along with Redmine (for example, the TurnKey Linux is also based on Ubuntu).

Configuring Redmine

In this article by Andriy Lesyuk , author of Mastering Redmine , whentalking about the web interface (that is, not system files), all of the global configuration of Redmine can be done on the Settings page of the Administration menu. This is actually the page that this articleis based around. Some settings on this page, however, depend on special system files or third-party tools that need to be installed. And these are the other things that we will discuss. You might expect to see detailed explanations for all the administration settings here, but instead, we will review in detail only a few of them, as I believe that the others do not need to be explained or can easily be tested. So generally, we will focus on hard-to-understand settings and thosesettings that need to be configured additionally in some special way or have some obscurities. So, why should you read this articleif you are not an administrator? Some features of Redmine are available only if they have been configured, so by reading this article, you will learn what extra features exist and get an idea of how to enable them. In this article, we will cover the following topics: The first thing to fix The general settings Authentication

Enabling Spring Faces support

With the release of Spring Web Flow 2, an integration module to connect this with JavaServer Faces (JSF) has been introduced. The name of the module is Spring Faces . This article by Markus Stäuble gives the description of the configuration of the integration of Spring Web Flow 2 with JSF. We primarily learn how to enable Spring Faces support.

Bitcoin

 In this article by Imran Bashir , the author of the book Mastering Blockchain , will see about bitcoin and it's importance in electronic cash system.

Instance and Devices

In this article by Pawel Lapinski , the author of the book Vulkan Cookbook , we will learn how to destroy a logical device, destroy a Vulkan Instance and then releasing a Vulkan Loader library.

CNN architecture

In this article by Giancarlo Zaccone , the author of the book Deep Learning with TensorFlow , we learn about multi-layer network the outputs of all neurons of the input layer would be connected to each neuron of the hidden layer (fully connected layer).

Cloud Native Applications

 In this article by Ranga Rao Karanam , the author of the book Mastering Spring , we will see what are Cloud Native applications and Twelve Factor App.

What means being reactive?

 In this article by Erich de Souza Oliveira author of the book Mastering Reactive JavaScript  we will understand programming using reactive JavaScript. You probably already heard about reactive programming (or even functional reactive programming). A lot of developers claims using it on their own projects, you read a lot of blog posts or listen other developers say how amazing it is when compared with old paradigms so, but for some reason you know you are doing a great job with the tools you have in your hands.

Encapsulation of Data with Properties

 In this article by Gastón C. Hillar , the author of the book Swift 3 Object Oriented Programming -   Second Edition , you will learn about all the elements that might compose a class. We will start organizing data in blueprints that generate instances. We will work with examples to understand how to encapsulate and hide data by working with properties combined with access control. In addition, you will learn about properties, methods, and mutable versus immutable classes.

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