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  • jensendarren 3:13 am on February 24, 2011 Permalink | Reply  

    A New Blog is born: Tweetegy 

    Please note that I am no longer updating “Never Say Never” blog here on WordPress.com. Instead, I have launched a new blog which I am hosting myself.

    Welcome to Tweetegy!

    The blog is called “Tweetegy” and can be found at the above link.This new blog basically continues where this one left off! Enjoy.

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  • jensendarren 5:34 am on July 31, 2010 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: blogging, freetime, programming, projects, writing   

    Never Say Never: One Year On! 

    It has been a year since I started this blog. It was really a test for myself to see if I can post regularly (at least once a month) to my own, personal blog. I think the experiment has been a success! Not only have I achieved this posting frequency but I am actually generating a modicum of traffic flow to this blog (about 30 visits per day). OK, that is not too high but I have plans for the future now anyway!

    What I am going to do is move this blog to a dedicated host (I’ll probably use Slicehost’s 256 Slice) and I’ll probably re-launch under a new name (not sure yet what to call the new blog).

    Anyway, my new plan is to post at least once a week and try and achieve a traffic flow of 100+ unique visits per day (for starters). I hope to blog about anything that I am currently working on or am interested in. So this would include a mixture of programming (Linux/Ubuntu, Rails, Ruby, Flex, JavaScript, RDF, MySql, NoSql, Graph Databases), business ventures that I am involved in (Yoolk, MangoMap, Upstart and AdFlickr) and personal activities (Piano, Mountain Biking, Eating Out and Reading).

    Next month, I’ll post to this blog for the last time, which will probably be an announcement of the launch of my new blog.

     
  • jensendarren 2:52 am on June 17, 2010 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: google analytics api, metrics, rails,   

    Using Google Analytics API in a Ruby on Rails project 

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    • Ahmed El.Hussaini 7:44 am on June 18, 2012 Permalink | Reply

      Great post, simple and stragith forward, many thanks but I have one comment, the first loop that selects the required profile can be easily written like the following example

      profile = accounts.select {|a| a.id = your_ga_id}.first.profiles.select {|p| p.id = your_ga_profile_id}.first

  • jensendarren 1:30 pm on May 14, 2010 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: hudson, linux. root, security, sudoers   

    Hudson setup to execute scripts with root privileges (safely) 

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  • jensendarren 1:25 pm on May 14, 2010 Permalink | Reply  

    How to return content from an application running on a specific port in apache 

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  • jensendarren 9:52 am on April 14, 2010 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: apache, dns, redirect, subdomain, virtual host, virtualhost   

    How to subdomain redirect using Apache Virtual Host 

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  • jensendarren 2:03 am on March 19, 2010 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: client-server, software development, ssh, , Ubuntu Desktop 9.10, Ubuntu Server 9.04, virtualbox   

    Step by step guide to setting up a client server workstation on Ubuntu and VirtualBox 

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  • jensendarren 8:58 am on February 27, 2010 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , bash ftp example, command, files, ftp, ftp command line example, ftp scripts, line, upload   

    command to ftp in linux bash script 

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    • Alex 5:21 am on November 21, 2010 Permalink | Reply

      Exactly what I needed… Thanks!

  • jensendarren 1:31 am on January 29, 2010 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , .net 3.5, MS, UriTemplate, WCF   

    Create a WCF Rest Application using .NET 3.5 

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  • jensendarren 7:35 am on January 11, 2010 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: gem, git, jeweler, , spec   

    The easy way to create a new Ruby Gem! 

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