Today’s M3talinks for Jul 28th
- Using Keytool to Import SSL Certificates into Sun JDK – TalkingTree.com – 've recently seen a little discussion on CFTalk about importing SSL certificates into the JVM keystore used by the JVM under ColdFusion MX in order to connect to SSL enabled resources, such as LDAP servers or Web Servers while using either the tags CFLDAP, CFHTTP, or CFINVOKE. I've also found myself having to do this for the first time recently. During that process I stumbled on what turned out to be a bug in the JVM 1.4.2-b28 that ships with ColdFusion MX 6.1 by default.
- Article 1, Section 8, Clause 8: Thomas Jefferson to Isaac McPherson – It has been pretended by some, (and in England especially,) that inventors have a natural and exclusive right to their inventions, and not merely for their own lives, but inheritable to their heirs. But while it is a moot question whether the origin of any kind of property is derived from nature at all, it would be singular to admit a natural and even an hereditary right to inventors. It is agreed by those who have seriously considered the subject, that no individual has, of natural right, a separate property in an acre of land, for instance. By an universal law, indeed, whatever, whether fixed or movable, belongs to all men equally and in common, is the property for the moment of him who occupies it, but when he relinquishes the occupation, the property goes with it. Stable ownership is the gift of social law, and is given late in the progress of society.
Today’s M3talinks for Jul 27th
- Terri Oda: About Terri – Who am I?<br />
In no particular order:<br />
* I'm a geek.<br />
* I'm a Canadian.<br />
* I'm a software developer.<br />
* I'm a editor.<br />
* I'm a muscian.<br />
* I'm a bookworm.<br />
* I'm an artist.<br />
* I'm a hacker.<br />
* I'm a cyclist.<br />
* I'm a mailing-list maintainer.<br />
* I'm an environmentalist.<br />
* I'm a leader.<br />
* I'm a naturalist.<br />
* I'm a scientist.<br />
* I'm a sysadmin.<br />
* I'm a student.<br />
* I'm whatever I feel like being. It's great to be free.
- Stubbornella » Blog Archive » Woman in technology – Usually I avoid topics like women in technology because (1) it is a can of worms, and (2) I can really only speak for myself. For the most part, I’d rather be seen as a person in technology than a woman, but this weekend the twitterverse erupted with opinions about Google sponsoring female students to attend JSConf. As a woman who is often the only-woman-in-the-room, I want people to know it isn’t always easy. I was a bit shocked by the blatant failure to empathize.
- How to import certificates into certificate stores (ColdFusion) – For secure connections to remote servers over SSL, all current versions of ColdFusion require the remote system's SSL certificate to exist in ColdFusion's certificate truststore. This includes any calls from <cfdocument>, <cfhttp>, <cfldap>, etc. The default truststore is the JRE's cacerts file. This file is typically located in the following places:
- SEOmoz | The Web Developer’s SEO Cheat Sheet – When I first started at SEOmoz about 9 months ago, I was the web development intern. My experience prior to the internship was limited entirely to writing code. Since then, I have spent literally hundreds of hours expanding my knowledge into different areas. Specifically, I have focused on accepted SEO techniques and small business practices. My beginner SEO checklists of the last few weeks have been the tangible result of my newly acquired knowledge. In an effort to return to my roots, I spent the majority of the day compiling what I believe to be the mother of all technical SEO cheat sheets. The recommended viewing format of this cheat sheet is as a PDF rather than the traditional blog post (I found the blog posts inconvenient to print). Let me know if this new format works better for all of you. I also included snippets below so you can see what is on the cheat sheet before you download it. Enjoy!
Today’s M3talinks for May 27th
- AviaSlider – a unique jQuery Image slideshow plugin – * 8 unique transition effects<br />
* Lots of easy to set options to create your own effects<br />
* Included Image preloader<br />
* Autoplay that stops on user interaction<br />
* Valid HTML5 and CSS 3 Markup<br />
* Packed version only weights 8kb<br />
* Supports linked images<br />
* already prepared to work with prettyPhoto Lightbox<br />
* works with jQuery 1.32 and higher<br />
Browser Support<br />
* Internet Explorer 6 and higher<br />
* Safari 3 and higher<br />
* Firefox 2 and higher<br />
* Opera 10 and higher<br />
* Google Chrome 3 and higher<br />
* Checks for last 3 Browsers performed on Mac & Win
- Piwik – Web analytics – Open source – Piwik is a downloadable, open source (GPL licensed) real time web analytics software program. It provides you with detailed reports on your website visitors: the search engines and keywords they used, the language they speak, your popular pages… and so much more.<br />
Piwik aims to be an open source alternative to Google Analytics.<br />
- Home – CFML Advisory Committee – CFML Advisory Committee – Welcome to the CFML Advisory Committee website. Our goal is to define what is "core" to the ColdFusion Markup Language, how that core should behave and what is considered "extended core" – what language features useful CFML processors should implement – as well as offering guidelines for vendors to provide extensions to CFML in a consistent manner.<br />
We are currently finalizing our basic definition of what constitutes the core CFML tags, functions and script and will be publishing more details shortly.
- Open BlueDragon Java CFML Runtime Engine – Open BlueDragon – the worlds favourite<br />
and only truly open source GPL Java CFML engine<br />
no hidden costs, no extra charges, no crippled functionality – Price $0.00
- Railo Open Source – Railo open source is a completely free, open source CFML engine that has been officially accepted as a JBoss.org project. Railo is known for its compatibility, performance, innovations and extensibility.
- Typedia: Learn: Anatomy of a Typeface – Anatomy of a Typeface
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