HyperX releases ‘ALLOY FPS’ Cherry MX Blue mechanical LED backlit gaming keyboard

PC gaming is a big business nowadays, and that extends beyond GPUs and the actual video games themselves. People that enjoy gaming will invest in accessories too, such as mice, headsets, and keyboards. Today, a beautiful gaming keyboard hits stores. Dubbed “ALLOY FPS”, it is the first-ever gaming keyboard from famed gaming accessory-maker HyperX (a Kingston company). Featuring Cherry MX Blue switches and a beautiful design, it is sure to be very popular with hardcore gamers. “The full-size mechanical gaming keyboard has a space-saving layout allowing gamers to maximize desktop real estate for FPS mouse movement. The HyperX ALLOY FPS keyboard… [Continue Reading]

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Linux Kernel 4.7 Reaches End of Life, Users Urged To Move To Linux 4.8

prisoninmate writes: The Linux 4.7 kernel branch officially reached end of life, and it has already been marked as EOL on the kernel.org website, which means that the Linux kernel 4.7.10 maintenance update is the last one that will be released for this branch. It also means that you need to either update your system to the Linux 4.7.10 kernel release or move to a more recent kernel branch, such as Linux 4.8. In related news, Linux kernel 4.8.4 is now the latest stable and most advanced kernel version, which is already available for users of the Solus and Arch Linux operating systems, and it’s coming soon to other GNU/Linux distributions powered by a kernel from the Linux 4.8 series. Users are urged to update their systems as soon as possible.

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The Perfect Server – Ubuntu 16.10 (Yakkety Yak) with Apache, PHP, MySQL, PureFTPD, BIND, Postfix, Dovecot and ISPConfig 3.1

This tutorial shows how to install an Ubuntu 16.10 (Yakkety Yak) server (with Apache2, BIND, Dovecot) for the installation of ISPConfig 3.1, and how to install ISPConfig. ISPConfig 3 is a web hosting control panel that allows you to configure the following services through a web browser: Apache or nginx web server, Postfix mail server, Courier or Dovecot IMAP/POP3 server, MySQL, BIND or MyDNS nameserver, PureFTPd, SpamAssassin, ClamAV, and many more. This setup covers the installation of Apache (instead of nginx), BIND (instead of MyDNS), and Dovecot (instead of Courier).

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Building your bot’s brain with Node.js and spaCy

This is a guest post by Wah Loon Keng, the author of spacy-nlp, a client that exposes spaCy’s NLP text parsing to Node.js (and other languages) via Socket.IO. Natural Language Processing and other AI technologies promise to let us build applications that offer smarter, more context-aware user experiences. However, an application that’s almost smart is often very, very dumb. In this tutorial, I’ll show you how to set up a better brain for your applications — a Contextual Knowledge Base Graph.Applications feel particularly stupid when they make mistakes that a human never would, but which a human can sort of understand. These mistakes reveal how crude the system’s actual logic is, and the illusion that you’re “talking” to something “intelligent” shatters.Sources: Funnyjunk, @SummersonTo avoid these mistakes, we’d like our application to have a way of remember what the user has told it. We need to store these memories in a

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AWS Week in Review – October 17, 2016

Wow, a lot is happening in AWS-land these days! Today’s post included submissions from several dozen internal and external contributors, along with material from my RSS feeds, my inbox, and other things that come my way. To join in the fun, create (or find) some awesome AWS-related content and submit a pull request!

October 17

We announced that the US West (Ohio) Region is Now Open.
The AWS Database Blog talked about Managing IoT and Time Series Data with Amazon ElastiCache for Redis.
The AWS Enterprise Blog encouraged you to Be Deliberate in Your Approach to Cloud Computing.
The AWS Security Blog showed you how to Help Achieve Mobile App Transport Security (ATS) Compliance by Using Amazon CloudFront and AWS Certificate Manager.
The AWS Startup Collection showed you how to How to Implement Scalable

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Netrunner Core 16.09 “Avalon” Is Based on Debian GNU/Linux 8 “Jessie”, KDE Plasma 5.7

Based on the latest technologies and open source software packages from the Debian GNU/Linux 8 “Jessie” (Debian Stable) repositories, Netrunner Core 16.09 “Avalon” is here

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How To Install Nginx, MariaDB 10, PHP 7 (LEMP Stack) in 16.10/16.04

The LEMP stack is an acronym which represents is a group of packages (Linux OS, Nginx web server, MySQLMariaDB database and PHP server-side dynamic programming language) which are used to deploy dynamic web applications…
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Varnish Explained

Mattias Geniar, Thursday, October 20, 2016

A few months ago, I gave a presentation at LaraconEU in Amsterdam titled “Varnish for PHP developers”. The generic title of that presentation is actually Varnish Explained and this is a write-up of that presentation, the video and the slides.
The simplest way to get a grip of the basics of Varnish would be to watch the video recording of that presentation.
Further down you’ll find the slides and a transcript of each slide, with accompanying links.

This is the recording of the talk at LaraconEU on August 2016.

Here’s a write-up per slide, with the most important topics.
(Alternatively, if you prefer to just skim through the slides, they are up on Speakerdeck too.)

In order to fully understand Varnish, it’s vital that you understand the HTTP protocol (at least the basics) and how its HTTP headers are formed and which purpose they serve.
Later on, I’ll cover the Varnish internals,

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