Here’s how you can send a lot of individual personal messages if all you
have is a GMail or Google Apps account.
One of the key ways for successful startups or new IT projects is knowing
your customers (and partners) and being available to them – so you can
quickly collect feedback, learn more about what they are trying to achieve
with your platform, and just make sure that they know who to contact when
they need to.
Instructions below will help you set up your personal gmail account or
Google Apps account to send personalized email like the one you see on the
right. Note that this is as personalized as it gets with everything
originating from your address (no on-behalfs) and the recipient being the
only person in the To list (no BCCs or users seeing addresses of each other).
Phase One: Simple Email Script
1. Open the Google Script developer environment by going to ... (more)
Apache TomEE supported in Jelastic PaaS is a Java EE server, which provides
you with the best technology stack that can be deployed to a simple Java EE
container. It's lightweight and at the same time is a full-blown application
server, which remains simple and avoids architecture overhead. Today you'll
see how easy it is to deploy Java web apps into TomEE. In the following
tutorial you'll learn the basics of web application development with the help
of the Apache Struts framework, which is an absolutely free open-source
solution for creating Java web apps.
I have not tried this one myself, but I have to admit: this Gargl video on
turning Yahoo search site into a PowerShell module looks pretty cool:
See Joe’s blog post for details and download links.
Dmitry Sotnikov's Blog
Overall, very exciting times, and a great event put together by the folks at
SYS-CON! There was a lot of excitement and optimism throughout the event. As
someone put it: cloud computing is about 700 days old. That means that there
are a lot of arguments about definitions, and where things are going, and so
on. And that also gives a lot of vibe and a lot of fresh community spirit.
Below are my notes from all the sessions I attended at the last week’s
Cloud Computing Expo 2008 on:
Day 1 Day 2 Day 3
A few general comments on the conference.
First and foremost,... (more)
Quest Connect is a big online conference put together by Quest, Microsoft, ,
Dell, NetApp, Vizioncore, Scriptlogic, Techrepublic, Oracle Magazine, Redmond
Magazine, and The Code Project. The agenda is packed with a lot of useful
material on Windows Server 2008 R2, AD, Identity Management, Exchange 2010,
Virtualization, Cloud Computing, SharePoint, SQL, Oracle – see full
agenda here – and they include some sessions specifically on cloud
computing and Microsoft Online Services.
Here are a few:
Here or Way Out There? Should Your Active Directory Management Be In Cloud?
Available the... (more)