Archive for May, 2013
Posted by bradfriedmanIt has been an amazing month at Moz, and for the first time, we have served up three indexes in one month - holy fresh data, Batman! This index is also our second index release from our Virginia data center.As we've become so regular with our index releases, it seems that a blog post announcing each release may not be the best way to inform our customers on releases as they happen. This will be the last index update announced on the blog, but index release readers, have no fear! There's a new, more digestible way to get all...Read More
Shell scripts are widely used in the UNIX world. They’re excellent for speeding up repetitive tasks and simplifying complex execution logic. They can be as simple as a set of commands, or they can orchestrate complex tasks. In this tutorial, we’ll learn more about the Bash scripting language by writing an example script step-by-step.The Fizz-Buzz ProblemOne of the best way to learn about a new language is by example. Let’s start with one.The Fizz-Buzz problem is a very simple one. It became famous after a programmer, named Imran, used it as an interview test. It turns out that 90-99.5% of...Read More
Google I/O After Hours 2013 Guests at Google I/O 2013′s opening night After Hours’ event were immersed in an intricately visualized motion graphics environment based on Google product logos and created by Invisible Light Network, a Meta Agency artist. They produced 15 minutes of ultra-HD animated clips which were orchestrated throughout the party across seven giant video screens (largest 80×20 4k res. 4320×1080) by visual performance artists Glowing Pictures. The CGI animations present a vision of a futuristic technology, said Invisible Light Network founder / director Elliot Blanchard, who produced a unified concept comprised of 100 individual clips designed to immerse the...Read More
After months of effort, I’m proud to announce the release of my new book, Laravel Testing Decoded! It’s my hope that you won’t find a better, more approachable resource for learning the ins and outs of testing in PHP. I’ve spent years learning how to explain complicated topics in such a way so that anyone can understand. So, if learning how to properly test has been on your bucket list for a while now, maybe it’s time to finally dive in! The testing book you’ve been waiting for. Try out a sample chapter. I’ve seen it way...Read More
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