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Using Scribe log aggregation in Grails

Post by Scott Vlaminck

On my current project, our Grails app is running on multiple tomcat instances, which share session state using Terracotta. This gives us a number of benefits, including redundancy and fairly easy zero-downtime deployments. However, any time I need to watch … Continue reading

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Simile Timelines

Post by Scott Vlaminck

When I initially ran across the Simile Timeline project, I was pretty impressed, both by the power and flexibility of the framework and also by how well it works. What’s more, it’s really simple to use and the site has … Continue reading

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git init

Post by Scott Vlaminck

Jason Rudolph has a great post discussing getting started with git, the new kid on the block for version control. That post alone makes a compelling argument to me for trying it out. This quote hit a little too close … Continue reading

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Make Gmail a (better) standalone app without Fluid or Safari

Post by Ben Edwards

If you are like me you use Gmail and love it. You also use a Mac and have found Firefox has started to become too bloated and slow to use for accessing your Gmail. For a while now I have … Continue reading

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