Building a Self-Destructing Message App for Android

Building a Self-Destructing Message App for Android

By on May 7, 2014

Android is currently slicing and dicing the biggest part of the mobile marketshare’s pie. It has managed to overtake nearly 80% of the smartphone’s market share, as it was reported at the beginning of the year. It’s quite obvious that there are going to be developers, and enthusiasts who will want to take on the Read More...


8 Tools for Log Monitoring and Processing Big Data

8 Tools for Log Monitoring and Processing Big Data

By on April 25, 2014

Log management, analysis, processing, etc,. are all important tasks to carry out when dealing with a large set of applications, because those applications are bound to produce logs, both with useless and useful messages. You could say that each and every application we use these days, in some way is able to produce a log Read More...

5 Web Apps to Improve Your Hacker News Experience

5 Web Apps to Improve Your Hacker News Experience

By on April 24, 2014

I recently had the pleasure of reaching the front-page of Hacker News with one of my blog posts, it only lasted for what seemed a couple of minutes; and while it was short, it sure was sweet. I didn’t know that HN strips away the referrer data when it sends you traffic, after some deeper Read More...


5 Resources to Get You Started With Gantt Charts

5 Resources to Get You Started With Gantt Charts

By on April 23, 2014

Gantt charts are extremely useful to us when we need to display a schedule of our projects, and is the most common use for that type of situations. You might find gantt charts being used for different type of reasons, but mostly to narrow down a project’s lifeline. I’ve found that the perfect use for Read More...


5 Great iOS & Mac Podcasts for Apple Developers

5 Great iOS & Mac Podcasts for Apple Developers

By on April 11, 2014

Podcasting has been a way of digital communication for quite some time now, and actually is slowly making its way towards a more mainstream thing to do, and no doubt it’s one of the best ways of learning about the latest in a particular industry. In this case, the industry we’re talking about is heavily Read More...


How to Optimize Your Ubuntu's Performance

How to Optimize Your Ubuntu’s Performance

By on April 2, 2014

One of the first things I wanted to do when I first setup my Ubuntu, was of course look into the optimization abilities, and how I could make it faster than it already is. On Windows, it’s usually pretty straight forward, you increase some RAM cache and keep your disk defragmented on weekly basis – Read More...


Top 5 IRC Clients Available for Linux Distros

Top 5 IRC Clients Available for Linux Distros

By on April 1, 2014

IRC, probably the oldest way of internet communication that’s known to the modern man. I remember my first IRC days back in 2004/2005, it was an exciting time – all the learning that happened, all the hacking and gathering to discuss the newest stuff. Good times. To this day, IRC has been able to maintain Read More...