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  • mysql server upgrade problem from 5.0 to 5.1

    - by Avinash
    Hi I have upgraded my mysql server from 5.0 to 5.1. But i am having a problem related to tables for InnoDB storage Engine. My default engine is InnoDB, So it is enabled in my server. But tables with InneDB engine are not displaying in phpmyadmin. Tables with MyISAM are displaying properly. and also i can't fire a query on the table with InnoDB Engine. Thanks Avinash

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  • Create a sub domain for each user

    - by Avinash
    I am working on one site, in which i need to create a sub domain for each user. For e.g, my xite: www.demo.com And user name is :: Mark then sub domain for that user will be as below, mark.demo.com I need to know that what is the proper way to do like the above. I am running on PHP. Thanks, Avinash

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  • set virtual host on Apache2.2 and PHP 5.3

    - by Avinash
    Hi I want to set my Virtual host on Apache 2.2. So, I can access my site using my IP address and Port number. Like http://192.168.101.111:429 for one site, http://192.168.101.111:420 for other site and so on. My machine OS in Windows 7. I have tried below in my httpd.conf file. Listen 192.168.101.83:82 #chaffoteaux <Directory "Path to project folder"> AllowOverride All </Directory> <VirtualHost 192.168.101.83:82> ServerAdmin [email protected] DirectoryIndex index.html index.htm index.php index.html.var DocumentRoot "Path to project folder" #ServerName dummy-host.example.com ErrorLog logs/Zara.log #ErrorLog logs/dummy-host.example.com-error_log #CustomLog logs/dummy-host.example.com-access_log common </VirtualHost> Can you please suggest any thing missing in my configuration. Thanks in advance Avinash

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  • Mysql server update cause error in php myadmin.

    - by Avinash
    Hi I have updated my mysql server from 5.0 to 5.1.x. before it works fine, but after upgrading its displaying error in my phpmyadmin. Error is as below: "Your PHP MySQL library version 5.0.51a differs from your MySQL server version 5.1.45. This may cause unpredictable behavior." I am not getting what to do with this. Hope i am clear to all. Thanks in advance Avinash

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  • allow file download to all types of files

    - by Avinash
    hi i have given my user to upload nay types of files. But my problem is that how can i force user top just download any type of files? Since pdf, jpg and text files are directly viewable to browser. So i want that any type of file should be downloaded to view. Running on php Thanks Avinash

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  • mysql server upgrade problem from 5.0 to 5.1

    - by Avinash
    Hi I have upgraded my mysql server from 5.0 to 5.1. But i am having a problem related to tables for InnoDB storage Engine. My default engine is InnoDB, So it is enabled in my server. But tables with InneDB engine are not displaying in phpmyadmin. Tables with MyISAM are displaying properly. and also i can't fire a query on the table with InnoDB Engine. Thanks Avinash

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  • Convert the uploaded files to specific file format which can not download

    - by Avinash
    Hi, I have a problem regarding to prevent download and saving of uploaded files. My users can upload multiple files types like doc, pdf, ppt,etc.... This all file types are easily download if any one have url. So what is the better way to prevent the download of the file. Or i convert the uploaded files to some specific format which can not download easily (e.g flash).. I am running on php and mysql. Thanks Avinash

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  • redirect http to https for some page in site in APACHE

    - by Avinash
    Hi I want to one of my site's page will use only HTTPS. i have given manually link to all sites to https. But i want that if user manually types that page url with http then it should be redirected to https page. So if user types. http://mydomain.com/application.php then it should be redirected to https://mydomain.com/application.php Thanks Avinash

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  • create a new option and inject into select box using mootools 1.2

    - by Avinash
    Hi i have one AJAX function which return the list of countries. It works fine. My problem is that want to load that countries in on select box which is already in HTML and is empty means no option value in it. I want to know that how can i create a new option element and inject into the select box using moo tools 1.2 I have used below code but its not working in IE. var NewOption = new Option("Select Sub Category",'0'); NewOption.inject($('nSub_nIndustryID')) Thanks Avinash

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  • find the position of the cursor where user have clicked and display one div where user have clicked.

    - by Avinash
    Hi all, I want to determine the position of the cursor where user have clicked. And display one div at bottom side of the page where user have clicked. For example on stack over flow home page if some one click on the logo. Then the div should be displayed at the bottom position of the logo. Same way if i click on the bottom link then that div should be displayed at the bottom portion of the page. I am using mootools as my JS framework. But any JavaScript code will be helpful for me. Hope this is clear to all. Thanks in advance Avinash

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  • Some instruction needed for PHP OOPS concepts.

    - by Avinash
    Hi, I need to clear some OOPS concepts in PHP. 1) Which is faster $this-method(); or self:method(); 2) I know the concept of static keyword but can you please post the actual Use of it. Since it can not be accessed by the instance, but is there ant benefit for that? 3) what is factory? How can i use it? 4) What is singleton? How can i use that? 5) What is late static binding? http://www.php.net/manual/en/oop5.intro.php I have gone through below link but I am not getting clear with it. Thanks Avinash

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  • Mysql query problem....

    - by Avinash
    I have below values in my database. been Lorem Ipsum and scrambled ever scrambledtexttextofandtooktooktypetexthastheunknownspecimenstandardsincetypesett Here is my query: SELECT nBusinessAdID, MATCH (`sHeadline`) AGAINST ("text" IN BOOLEAN MODE) AS score FROM wiki_businessads WHERE MATCH (`sHeadline`) AGAINST ("text" IN BOOLEAN MODE) AND bDeleted ="0" AND nAdStatus ="1" ORDER BY score DESC, bPrimeListing DESC, dDateCreated DESC It's not fetching first result, why? It should fetch first result because its contain text word in it. I have disabled the stopword filtering. This one is also not working SELECT nBusinessAdID, MATCH (`sHeadline`) AGAINST ('"text"' IN BOOLEAN MODE) AS score FROM wiki_businessads WHERE MATCH (`sHeadline`) AGAINST ('"text"' IN BOOLEAN MODE) AND bDeleted ="0" AND nAdStatus ="1" ORDER BY score DESC, bPrimeListing DESC, dDateCreated DESC Thanks Avinash

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  • copy text (Indian language- GUjarati) from word document to web page text area problem.

    - by Avinash
    Hi all, I am developing one site in Indian language (Gujarati). My problem is as below: My client wants that they able to copy Gujarati text from word document and paste into the Text area. But when i copy text from word doc and paste into text area the its get converted to the English letters. http://www.chanakyanipothi.com/gujchanakya/Gopika.ttf Above is the link of fonts which I am using. I can provide you the demo code for you to make some work on it. Is there any special thing which I am missing. Hope I am clear to you. I am running in PHP and apache. Thanks Avinash

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  • return to merchent problme in paypal.

    - by Avinash
    Hi, I am using paypal standard as my payment gateway. My problem is that, in Paypal Standard payment method, I have done my code as below: When user click on return to merchant button from paypal then user return to the site with order data , and on that page my order entry will be inserted in my DB. So my problem occur when someone pays but don't click on return to merchant link. So in this case customer gets paid, but due to no entry my DB its not working proper. Hope I am clear to all. Thanks Avinash

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  • Display particular data into a file

    - by Avinash K G
    I'm new to Ubuntu and have been using it for a couple of weeks now. Recently I encountered a problem where in I had to display a particular data on to a file. Here is the output displayed on the terminal. Potential vulnerability found (CVE-2009-4028) CVSS Score is 6.8 Full vulnerability match (incl. edition/language) File "/usr/sbin/mysqld" (CPE = cpe:/a:mysql:mysql:5.1:::) on host glynis-desktop (key glynis-desktop) Potential vulnerability found (CVE-2009-4030) CVSS Score is 4.4 Full vulnerability match (incl. edition/language) File "/usr/sbin/mysqld" (CPE = cpe:/a:mysql:mysql:5.1:::) on host glynis-desktop (key glynis-desktop) Potential vulnerability found (CVE-2009-5026) CVSS Score is 6.8 Full vulnerability match (incl. edition/language) File "/usr/sbin/mysqld" (CPE = cpe:/a:mysql:mysql:5.1:::) on host glynis-desktop (key glynis-desktop) Potential vulnerability found (CVE-2012-0075) CVSS Score is 1.7 Full vulnerability match (incl. edition/language) File "/usr/sbin/mysqld" (CPE = cpe:/a:mysql:mysql:5.1:::) on host glynis-desktop (key glynis-desktop) Potential vulnerability found (CVE-2012-0087) CVSS Score is 4.0 Full vulnerability match (incl. edition/language) File "/usr/sbin/mysqld" (CPE = cpe:/a:mysql:mysql:5.1:::) on host glynis-desktop (key glynis-desktop) Potential vulnerability found (CVE-2012-0101) CVSS Score is 4.0 Full vulnerability match (incl. edition/language) File "/usr/sbin/mysqld" (CPE = cpe:/a:mysql:mysql:5.1:::) on host glynis-desktop (key glynis-desktop) Potential vulnerability found (CVE-2012-0102) CVSS Score is 4.0 Full vulnerability match (incl. edition/language) File "/usr/sbin/mysqld" (CPE = cpe:/a:mysql:mysql:5.1:::) on host glynis-desktop (key glynis-desktop) Potential vulnerability found (CVE-2012-0112) CVSS Score is 3.5 Full vulnerability match (incl. edition/language) File "/usr/sbin/mysqld" (CPE = cpe:/a:mysql:mysql:5.1:::) on host glynis-desktop (key glynis-desktop) Potential vulnerability found (CVE-2012-0113) CVSS Score is 5.5 Full vulnerability match (incl. edition/language) File "/usr/sbin/mysqld" (CPE = cpe:/a:mysql:mysql:5.1:::) on host glynis-desktop (key glynis-desktop) Potential vulnerability found (CVE-2012-0114) CVSS Score is 3.0 Full vulnerability match (incl. edition/language) File "/usr/sbin/mysqld" (CPE = cpe:/a:mysql:mysql:5.1:::) on host glynis-desktop (key glynis-desktop) Potential vulnerability found (CVE-2012-0115) CVSS Score is 4.0 Full vulnerability match (incl. edition/language) File "/usr/sbin/mysqld" (CPE = cpe:/a:mysql:mysql:5.1:::) on host glynis-desktop (key glynis-desktop) Potential vulnerability found (CVE-2012-0116) CVSS Score is 4.9 Full vulnerability match (incl. edition/language) File "/usr/sbin/mysqld" (CPE = cpe:/a:mysql:mysql:5.1:::) on host glynis-desktop (key glynis-desktop) Potential vulnerability found (CVE-2012-0118) CVSS Score is 4.9 Full vulnerability match (incl. edition/language) File "/usr/sbin/mysqld" (CPE = cpe:/a:mysql:mysql:5.1:::) on host glynis-desktop (key glynis-desktop) Potential vulnerability found (CVE-2012-0119) CVSS Score is 4.0 Full vulnerability match (incl. edition/language) File "/usr/sbin/mysqld" (CPE = cpe:/a:mysql:mysql:5.1:::) on host glynis-desktop (key glynis-desktop) Potential vulnerability found (CVE-2012-0120) CVSS Score is 4.0 Full vulnerability match (incl. edition/language) File "/usr/sbin/mysqld" (CPE = cpe:/a:mysql:mysql:5.1:::) on host glynis-desktop (key glynis-desktop) Potential vulnerability found (CVE-2012-0484) CVSS Score is 4.0 Full vulnerability match (incl. edition/language) File "/usr/sbin/mysqld" (CPE = cpe:/a:mysql:mysql:5.1:::) on host glynis-desktop (key glynis-desktop) Potential vulnerability found (CVE-2012-0485) CVSS Score is 4.0 Full vulnerability match (incl. edition/language) File "/usr/sbin/mysqld" (CPE = cpe:/a:mysql:mysql:5.1:::) on host glynis-desktop (key glynis-desktop) Potential vulnerability found (CVE-2012-0490) CVSS Score is 4.0 Full vulnerability match (incl. edition/language) File "/usr/sbin/mysqld" (CPE = cpe:/a:mysql:mysql:5.1:::) on host glynis-desktop (key glynis-desktop) Potential vulnerability found (CVE-2012-0492) CVSS Score is 2.1 Full vulnerability match (incl. edition/language) File "/usr/sbin/mysqld" (CPE = cpe:/a:mysql:mysql:5.1:::) on host glynis-desktop (key glynis-desktop) Potential vulnerability found (CVE-2012-0540) CVSS Score is 4.0 Full vulnerability match (incl. edition/language) File "/usr/sbin/mysqld" (CPE = cpe:/a:mysql:mysql:5.1:::) on host glynis-desktop (key glynis-desktop) Potential vulnerability found (CVE-2012-0553) CVSS Score is 7.5 Full vulnerability match (incl. edition/language) File "/usr/sbin/mysqld" (CPE = cpe:/a:mysql:mysql:5.1:::) on host glynis-desktop (key glynis-desktop) Potential vulnerability found (CVE-2012-0574) CVSS Score is 4.0 Full vulnerability match (incl. edition/language) File "/usr/sbin/mysqld" (CPE = cpe:/a:mysql:mysql:5.1:::) on host glynis-desktop (key glynis-desktop) Potential vulnerability found (CVE-2012-0583) CVSS Score is 4.0 Full vulnerability match (incl. edition/language) File "/usr/sbin/mysqld" (CPE = cpe:/a:mysql:mysql:5.1:::) on host glynis-desktop (key glynis-desktop) Potential vulnerability found (CVE-2013-1492) CVSS Score is 7.5 Full vulnerability match (incl. edition/language) File "/usr/sbin/mysqld" (CPE = cpe:/a:mysql:mysql:5.1:::) on host glynis-desktop (key glynis-desktop) Potential vulnerability found (CVE-2013-1506) CVSS Score is 2.8 Full vulnerability match (incl. edition/language) File "/usr/sbin/mysqld" (CPE = cpe:/a:mysql:mysql:5.1:::) on host glynis-desktop (key glynis-desktop) Potential vulnerability found (CVE-2013-1521) CVSS Score is 6.5 Full vulnerability match (incl. edition/language) File "/usr/sbin/mysqld" (CPE = cpe:/a:mysql:mysql:5.1:::) on host glynis-desktop (key glynis-desktop) I intend to display the Potential vulnerability found field and the corresponding score alone. There seems to be about 9995 entries and I would like to display all of them. I have been using this command as of now awk '/CVSS Score is/ < /Potential vulnerability found/' output.txt but this seems to display only the name of the vulnerability or the score. How do I display this in file(text,excel) such that all the vulnerability and the corresponding score willbe displayed. Any help would be appreciated Thank you.

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  • Awk command to print all the lines except the last three lines

    - by Avinash Raj
    I want to print all the lines except the last three lines from the input through awk only. Please note that my file contains n number of lines. For example, file.txt contains, foo bar foobar barfoo last line I want the output to be, foo bar foobar I know it could be possible through the combination of tac and sed or tac and awk $ tac file | sed '1,3d' | tac foo bar foobar $ tac file | awk 'NR==1{next}NR==2{next}NR==3{next}1' | tac foo bar foobar But i want the output through awk only.

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  • Breaking down CS courses for freshmen

    - by Avinash
    I'm a student putting together a slide geared towards freshmen level students who are trying to understand what the importance of various classes in the CS curriculum are. Would it be safe to say that this list is fairly accurate? Data structures: how to store stuff in programs Discrete math: how to think logically Bits & bytes: how to ‘speak’ the machine’s language Advanced data structures: how to store stuff in more ways Algorithms: how to compute things efficiently Operating systems: how to do manage different processes/threads Thanks!

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  • How to Create a bootable Ubuntu USB flash drive from terminal

    - by Avinash Raj
    Is there any possibility to create a Ubuntu USB flash drive from terminal without using any third-party applications like YUMI,Unetbootin,etc. I tried to create a bootable ubuntu flash drive with dd method, sudo umount /dev/sdb sudo dd if=/path/to/ubuntu.iso of=/dev/sdb bs=1M It create files on the USB disk,but when i try to boot the usb disk it says Operating System Not Found error. Any help will be appreciated!

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  • How to find the list of all available packages along with the lastest version number available in the repositories?

    - by Avinash Raj
    I want to list all the packages(installed or not installed) along with the latest version number available in the repositories. For example: The output of apt-cache policy chromium-browser shows like below $ apt-cache policy chromium-browser chromium-browser: Installed: (none) Candidate: 34.0.1847.116-0ubuntu2 Version table: 34.0.1847.116-0ubuntu2 0 500 http://ftp.cuhk.edu.hk/pub/Linux/ubuntu/ trusty/universe amd64 Packages So the latest version of chromium-browser package available in the repository is 34.0.1847.116-0ubuntu2. Like that, i want to list the version number along with the package names that are available in repositories. And all i want to do this through command-line. I want the output to be like this, chromium-browser 34.0.1847.116-0ubuntu2 xxxxxxxxxxxxxx yyyyyyyyyyy ............ ............

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  • MSCC: Purpose and benefits of Version Control Systems (VCS)

    Unfortunately, there was no monthly meetup during May. Which means that it was even more important and interesting to go forward with a great topic for this month. Earlier this year I already spoke to Nayar Joolfoo about doing a presentation on version control systems (VCS), and he gladly agreed since then. It was just about finding the right date for the action. Furthermore, it was also a great coincidence that Avinash Meetoo announced on social media networks that Knowledge 7 is about to have a new training on "Effective git" - which correlates to a book title Avinash is currently working on - all the best with your approach on this and reach out to our MSCC craftsmen for recessions. Once again a big Thank you to Orange Ebene Accelerator on providing the venue for us, and the MSCC members involved on securing the time slot for our event. Unfortunately, it's kind of tough to get an early confirmation for our meetups these days. I'll keep you posted on that one as there are some interesting and exciting options coming up soon. Okay, let's talk about the meeting and version control systems again. As usual, I'm going to put my first impression of the meetup: "Absolutely great topic, questions and discussions on version control systems, like git or VSO. I was also highly pleased by the number of first timers and female IT geeks. Hopefully, we will be able to keep this trend for future get-togethers." And I really have to emphasise the amount of fresh blood coming to our gathering. Also, during the initial phase it was surprising to see that exactly those first-timers, most of them students at various campuses here on the island, had absolutely no idea about version control systems. More about further down... Reactions of other attendees If I counted correctly, we had a total of 17 attendees this month, and I'd like to give you feedback from some of them: "Inspiring. Helped me understand more about GIT." -- Sean on event comments "Joined the meetup today with literally no idea what is a version control system. I have several reasons why I should be starting to use VCS as from NOW in my projects. Thanks Nayar, Jochen and other participants :)" -- Yudish on event comments "Was present today and I'm very satisfied.I was not aware if there was a such tool like git available. Thanks to those who contributed for this meetup.It was great. Learned a lot from this meetup!!" -- Leonardo on event comments "Seriously, I can see how it’s going to ease my task and help me save time. Gone are the issues with files backups.  And since I’ll be doing my dissertation this year, using Git would help me a lot for my backups and I’m grateful to Nayar for the great explanation." -- Swan-Iyah on MSCC meetup : Version Controls Hopefully, I'll be able to get some other sources - personal blogs preferred - on our meeting. Geeks, thank you so much for those encouraging comments. It's really great to experience that we, all members of the MSCC, are doing the right thing to get more IT information out, and to help each other to improve and evolve in our professional careers. Our agenda of the day Honestly, we had a bumpy start... First, I was battling a little bit with the movable room divider in order to maximize the space. I mean, we had 24 RSVPs and usually there might additional people coming along. Then, for what ever reason, we were facing power outages - actually twice in short periods. Not too good for the projector after all, but hey it went smooth for the rest of the time being. And last but not least... our first speaker Nayar got stuck somewhere on the road. ;-) Anyway, not a real show-stopper and we used the time until Nayar's arrival to introduce ourselves a little bit. It is always important for me to get to know the "newbies" a little bit, and as a result we had lots of students of university - first year, second year and recent graduates - among them. Surprisingly, none of them was ever in contact with version control systems at all. I mean, this is a shocking discovery! Similar to the ability of touch-typing I'd say that being able to use (and master) any kind of version control system is compulsory in any job in the IT industry. Seriously, I'm wondering what is being taught during the classes on the campus. All of them have to work on semester assessments or final projects, even in small teams of 2-4 people. That's the perfect occasion to get started with VCS. Already in this phase, we had great input from more experienced VCS users, like Sean, Avinash and myself. git - a modern approach to VCS - Nayar What a tour! Nayar gave us the full round of git from start to finish, even touching some more advanced techniques. First, he started to explain about the importance of version control systems as an essential tool for software developers, even working alone on a project, and the ability to have a kind of "time machine" that allows you to inspect and revert to a previous version of source code at any time. Then he showed how easy it is to install git on an Ubuntu based system but also mentioned that git is literally available for any operating system, like Windows, Mac OS X and of course other Linux distributions. Next, he showed us how to set the initial configuration values of user name and email address which simplifies the daily usage of the git client while working with your repositories. Then he initialised and added a new repository for some local development of a blogging software. All commands were done using the command line interface (CLI) so that they can be repeated on any system as reference. The syntax and the procedure is always the same, and Nayar clearly mentioned this to the attendees. Now, having a git repository in place it was about time to work on some "important" changes on the blogging software - just for the sake of demonstrating the ease of use and power of git. One interesting question came very early: "How many commands do we have to learn? It looks quite difficult at the moment" - Well, rest assured that during daily development circles you will need less than 10 git commands on a regular base: git add, commit, push, pull, checkout, and merge And Nayar demo'd all of them. Much to the delight of everyone he also showed gitk which is the git repository browser. It's an UI tool to display changes in a repository or a selected set of commits. This includes visualizing the commit graph, showing information related to each commit, and the files in the trees of each revision. Using gitk to display and browse information of a local git repository And last but not least, we took advantage of the internet connectivity and reached out to various online portals offering git hosting for free. Nayar showed us how to push the local repository into a remote system on github. Showing the web-based git browser and history handling, and then also explained and demo'd on how to connect to existing online repositories in order to get access to either your own source code or other people's open source projects. Next to github, we also spoke about bitbucket and gitlab as potential online platforms for your projects. Have a look at the conditions and details about their free service packages and what you can get additionally as a paying customer. Usually, you already get a lot of services for up to five users for free but there might be other important aspects that might have an impact on your decision. Anyways, moving git-based repositories between systems is a piece of cake, and changing online platforms is possible at any stage of your development. Visual Studio Online (VSO) - Jochen Well, Nayar literally covered all elements of working with git during his session, including the use of external online platforms. So, what would be the advantage of talking about Visual Studio Online (VSO)? First of all, VSO is "just another" online platform for hosting and managing git repositories on remote systems, equivalent to github, bitbucket, or any other web site. At the moment (of writing), Microsoft also provides a free package of up to five users / developers on a git repository but there is more in that package. Of course, it is related to software development on the Windows systems and the bonds are tightened towards the use of Visual Studio but out of experience you are absolutely not restricted to that. Connecting a Linux or Mac OS X machine with a git client or an integrated development environment (IDE) like Eclipse or Xcode works as smooth as expected. So, why should one opt in for VSO? Well, one of the main aspects that I would like to mention here is that VSO integrates the Application Life Cycle Methodology (ALM) of Microsoft in their platform. Meaning that you get agile project management with Backlogs, Sprints, Burn-down charts as well as the ability to track tasks, bug reports and work items next to collaborative team chats. It's the whole package of agile development you'll get. And, something I mentioned briefly during the begin of our meeting, VSO gives you the possibility of an automated continuous integrated (CI) process which builds and can run tests of your source code after each commit of changes. Having a proper CI strategy is also part of the Clean Code Developer practices - on Level Green actually -, and not only simplifies your life as a software developer but also reduces the sources of potential errors. Seamless integration and automated deployment between Microsoft Azure Web Sites and git repository But my favourite feature is the seamless continuous deployment to Microsoft Azure. Especially, while working on web projects it's absolutely astounishing that as soon as you commit your chances it just takes a couple of seconds until your modifications are deployed and available on your Azure-hosted web sites. Upcoming Events and networking Due to the adjusted times, everybody was kind of hungry and we didn't follow up on networking or upcoming events - very unfortunate to my opinion and this will have an impact on future planning of our meetups. Because I rather would like to see more conversations during and at the end of our meetings than everyone just packing their laptops, bags and accessories and rush off to grab some food. I was hoping to get some information regarding this year's Code Challenge - supposedly to be organised during July? Maybe someone could leave a comment on that - but I couldn't get any updates. Well, I'll keep digging... In case that you would like to get more into git and how to use it effectively, please check out Knowledge 7's upcoming course on "Effective git". Thanks Avinash for your vital input into today's conversation and I'm looking forward to get a grip on your book title very soon. My resume of the day Do not work in IT without any kind of version control system! Seriously, without a VCS in place you're doing it wrong. It's like driving a car without seat belts attached or riding your bike without safety helmet. You don't do that! End of discussion. ;-) Nowadays, having access to free (as in cost) tools to install on your machine and numerous online platforms to host your source code for free for up to five users it's a no-brainer to get yourself familiar with VCS. Today's sessions gave a good overview on how to start using git and how to connect to various remote services like github or VSO.

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