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http://mongotron.io/  Cross platform #MongoDB management
Mongotron is a new GUI for Mongo DB built using Electron and Angular JS
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Thinking outside the table, yabadabadoo

The first article of the series I mentioned (https://goo.gl/26Qym1) is out, didn’t expect that so early :) but that’s cool too. In it Fred, Wilma, Pebbles, Bamm-Bamm and me :)(really) try our best to simplify the difference between a relational database (tables) and a graph database (graphs).

The good news and the tl;dr here is that today the necessity to shoehorn data into predefined structures is being gradually replaced by the ability to build models that accommodate the organic growth and evolving nature of data. A database can serve not only as a storage cupboard for siloed archives but rather as a springboard for knowledge discovery.

What graph databases do more efficiently than relational databases in a world of growing data variety and interconnectedness.
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KDE Applications 15.12.1 released with bugfixes and improvements in lots of applications. Get them! https://www.kde.org/announcements/announce-applications-15.12.1.php
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"Therein lies the true power of open source. I made extensive use of components of the GNOME stack to provide the experience I wanted, without needing to fork or cause fragmentation. As time went on, it was something I then shared with others…and well, here we are today."
Ikey is living the dream—he made his own desktop environment. Perhaps even more impressive, he made it for his own distribution! Perhaps most impressive of all, Solus, Ikey’s distribution, is built...
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A blog about thinking, some thoughts are trivial, some less so. Some are personal, some less so. But hopefully they will get you to think, too!
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"Seeing Richard Stallman speak also really crystallized my opinions about the importance of free and open software and I began the process of replacing all my OS X apps with libre alternatives. From there it was an easy realization that I could dispense with Apple altogether and switch to Linux."
John came to Arch through Antergos, realizing Arch isn’t that bad to install. One of the tougher things about Linux is the lack of a middle. There are lots of beginner-friendly distributions and lots...
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midnightbsd: It’s a huge security update day. These are fixed in 0.7.3 and CURRENT

OpenSSL CVE-2015-3194, CVE-2015-3195, CVE-2015-3196

linux emulation (setgroups and linux futex),

bsnmpd configuration installation,

TCP MD5 signature DOS

SCTP ICMPv6 processing.

In addition to all that, there is a patch to rpcbind(8) that has been on the stable branch for awhile included.
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Did you know that more than 187,000 of the items in our Digital Collections are in the public domain? Starting today, the Library now makes it possible to download all of these items at the highest resolution images available directly from the Digital Collections website. We’ve even created a few tools, projects, and explorations designed to inspire your own creations—go forth and reuse! http://on.nypl.org/1n2V7WO
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Really great value, very tasy baguettes as a light lunch. And the chips are FANTASTIC!
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Fantastic menu, great friendly service (happy to give a variation to your dish if you want it) and some of the tastiest Indian/Bangladeshi food around. Easily up there with the best. Update April 2014 - went for an early evening family meal. My word the service was slow! I'll be generous and suggest that it was because it was early and they weren't yet fully geared up, and the phone was busy for takeaways, but despite that and the fantastic food I'm afraid I have to dock a star off the rating. Come on guys, pick up the pace a bit - the food deserves the best service!
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Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago
Sunday carvery at short notice - good portions, nice flavour to the food and very welcoming people. Obviously popular with a lot of people, and easy to understand why. Recommended!
Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago
Dropped in for a lunchtime break from shopping and was not disappointed. As always the food was excellent, and the beer topped it off nicely! Do yourself a favour and drop in!
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For the second time the Royal has made me wait a ridiculous amount of time for a take-away which was pre-ordered and would be "ready in 20 minutes". I ended up sitting waiting (in a waiting area which is far too small, by the way) for 40 minutes whilst it appeared the "regulars" just merrily popped in and picked up their orders. Yes it was a Saturday night, yes they were busy, but they should have taken this into account - it's not like they only opened yesterday. The only reason they get a second star is that the food was actually really nice. Extremely disappointing.
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reviewed a year ago
S-L-O-W service. Booked a table a week ahead, but shambolic welcome. Four couples sitting waiting to be seated, and the call came "Table for two?", addressed to the whole group. Well, as we had been waiting longest, we went to be seated. Waited ten minutes before our order was taken, then FORTY-FIVE MINUTES for our starters. The place was hardly packed, and even if the cooked is cooked totally from scratch (yeah, right) then they need more kitchen staff. They also need better Front-of-House organisation, because this really is letting them down, and appears to have been for some time judging by their TripAdvisor reviews. Good food totally let down by the confused, putting it kindly, service.
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reviewed a year ago
Friday night... and it was fairly quiet, about 20 diners, which was nice. Food was really, really nice - the scallops for a starter were succulent, and the fillet stake was cooked perfectly. All topped with some delicious profieroles! I don't know how I fitted it all in! Really nice "treat", be interested in trying the Sunday lunch.
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