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Sending JSON formatted logstash data into your ELK cluster is great. It is a real help when you are searching through the proverbial haystack in production for clues to what went wrong. However, sometimes when you are developing you might want to read the data off the test server just like it was going to   Read More …

This tool will take an YouTube video and wrap it into a SCORM 1.2 compliant package. The zip file can then be uploaded directly into your LMS. The package will mark the lesson as completed with the video is completed. The amount of time the user watched the video is stored in ‘cmi.core.lesson_location’ for reporting   Read More …

This tool will take an MP4 video and wrap it into a SCORM 1.2 compliant package. The zip file can then be uploaded directly into your LMS. The package will mark the lesson as completed with the video is completed. The amount of time the user watched the video is stored in ‘cmi.core.lesson_location’ for reporting   Read More …

This is a discussion that I have had frequently, mostly with programmers that are transitioning from C/C++ where they are forced to consider how they want to pass values in and out of methods. In Java since you have no choice in the matter it is best to just let it go and rededicate that   Read More …

So I build a lot of projects for fun at home, and I have for a long time wanted to stand up lots of little machines (jenkins, nexus, test machines, etc…) to help me with the development of those projects.  I am at home, and I am not interested in running an entire server farm   Read More …