Showing posts with label google+. Show all posts
Showing posts with label google+. Show all posts

Tuesday, October 11, 2011

Google has acquired Twitter statistics startup SocialGrapple

Google has acquired Twitter statistics startup SocialGrapple, a move suggesting the search titan is looking to boost its Google+ analytics tracking abilities.

Friday, April 1, 2011

Google Page Speed Goes Online and Mobile

Google has made Page Speed available online, enhancing it for analyzing web pages targeted at smartphones.
more on InfoQ

Tuesday, June 22, 2010

Google Command Line Tool

Google has introduced a command line utility for accessing various Factory services, including YouTube, Blogger, Google Docs, Calendar, and Contacts.

Read this.

Friday, May 28, 2010

bash brace expansion

In recent days working on a plugin for jAPS2.0 was a need to tell wget or curl to download files whose Several URLs conform to Certain patterns, looking on Google I found  in the hanekomu's Perl Blog this  help-full post
I suggest to read it.


Wednesday, May 19, 2010

How MySQL Powers Web 2.0

From MySql  web site
An overview of how MySQL helps power Web 2.0 technologies and companies
Web 2.0 can be thought of as the technologies and web sites that leverage users and developers in a socially collaborative manner in order to rapidly develop data and applications with a high level of integration across platforms and other services.
MySQL enables up-and-coming Web 2.0 sites like Wikipedia, FeedBurner and digg, - as well as established web properties like Craigslist, Google and Yahoo! - to scale out and meet the ever-increasing volume of users, transactions and data.
The information presented here will be valuable to entrepreneurs about to create their own Web 2.0 business, existing web properties wishing to bring their applications to the next level, but also to the large number of enterprises interested in leveraging Web 2.0 technologies. You will also gain an understanding of how MySQL can be used in conjunction with other open source components to deliver low-cost, reliable, scalable, high performance Web 2.0 applications.
Read it 

Friday, March 19, 2010

Pentaho CDA - Community Data Access

have a look at Pentaho CDA an idea from Pedro Alves. The project is available here on Google code. He gave announcement about this two months ago in his blog and  it seems interesting.

Have a nice week end