One of my ex-boss talked to me about Coursera a year ago. It’s a website where you can freely learn several things from high graduated school. Most ofter, it’s technology related and I wanted to test it to learn Java. I subscribed to 2 sessions. One for the java basics and the other one for the object oriented aspect (in french). I’ve started it a few weeks ago the first part and what I can say is, it’s very good.
I recently tested Photo Station on Synology because I was searching a solution to store my photos and accessible through internet with a web interface. I tested Photo Station and was not convinced by the solution as there are several bugs Does not retain some default preferences Forget to make some thumbnails when importing a lot of photos in several albums etc… I tested AWS backups and even if the price is correct, it’s too slow for restoring in my opinion.
Next week I’m going to teach basics computer science to future Engineers on Linux/HTML/CSS at ENSTA (Ecole Nationale des Techniques Avancées). This is the first time I will teach to students so I hope it will as interesting as for professionals (or more) :-). I will teach during 1 week so blog posts may slow down a little bit. Now I’m crossing fingers for this week :-p Thanks Marc fort this experience :-)
Hello readers! The numbers of readers keeps growing and I really appreciate it :-). Thanks to all followers! You may know that I’m currently writing a book on MariaDB performances/high availability. I’m almost finish and this is the last run before the publication in September. To give the maximum in this book , in the very short delay I have to, I need more time. The current blog post flow is: one blog post every 2 days.
Some of my readers asked me more clarification on where information’s could be find on my site. I wanted to make it clear and have a welcome page to make things easier. Some of my readers asked me more clarification on where information’s could be find on my site. I wanted to make it clear and have a welcome page to make things easier. So you can take a look the result:1