Common-Crawl (CC) is an Awesome free and open source collection of crawled data from the world wide web spanning back many years. Common-Crawl does what Google and Bing does but allows for anyone to access their information and analysis the information for free and to use the data commercially for free. The data sets recorded […]
Home servers are starting to become a thing of the past, but there is still a configuration which makes sense today. This configuration allows you to enable many great features including home NAS using FreeNAS software, media server for your PCs, and Smart TVs, private cloud storage, a bitcoin miner, and much more all running […]
Dive right in by downloading the complete project from Github(Complete Example). Have a look at the quick implementation cheat sheet, also found on Github(Cheatsheet) which allows you to quickly add passport.js to your sails.js v1 app.
Learn how to program the classic Snake game to the portable Arduboy powered by Arduino hardware. The Arduboy is small, the same size as a credit card and contains the same AVR microcontroller as the popular Arduino board. The Arduboy is designed to look like a classic Gameboy by Nintendo copying the placement of the […]
The Webtorrent plugin is a fascinating piece of kit as it allows creators to build new and exciting applications which can rely on distributed torrent technology than the traditional server-client configuration. Check out my Github page for an example project built with SailsJS, a web framework on top of NodeJS and Express. The application loads […]
The Windows Sub-System for Linux (WSL) is in interesting development from Microsoft which historically has been anti Linux in the past years. Most notably Steve Ballmer (Ex Microsoft CEO) has called the project “cancer” but now Microsoft embraces the Linux project as a major component to its could hosting product Azure. Recently Microsoft has opened […]