Server Management Archive

Innovation in the Defense Acquisition Enterprise

Author: Frank Kendall, Under Secretary of Defense for Acquisition, Technology and Logistics This article originally appeared in the November — December 2016 edition of the Defense AT&L magazine, and was first published on October 14, 2015. Innovation has become a very popular word lately. Former Secretary of Defense

15 SaaS predictions for 2015

At eFounders, we’ve launched 7 SaaS products in 3 years. As a startup studio, we’re watching the trends in order to build only successful startups. This list is, of course, non-exhaustive, and we’d love to hear your comments. Product Trends Free SaaS Software products

Takeaways from the Enterprise UX 2015 Conference

This May, we traveled to San Antonio, Texas to attend Rosenfeld Media’s first-ever Enterprise UX conference. Since enterprise UX is our specialty, we were delighted to be one of the conference’s sponsors. We talked strategy and shared design solutions (and swag!) with UXers from companies

A better way to inject environmental variables in Angular

Problem If you are developing something which is slightly more complicated than ‘hello world’ you should have multiple environments like: develop, staging, production. Depending on the environment you would use different resources (database, api, etc). These resources would be then injected via environmental variables. It’s a fairly

Setting up SequenceServer

A heavily modified SequenceServer that is running from the Lotus japonicus genomics and proteomics resource website, manuscript in preparation (Mun et al., 2015) I was recently tasked with setting up SequenceServer on a work server in a production environment—the legacy NCBI wwwblast is extremely dated, and highly non-customizable.

Debugging Phoenix with IEx.pry

Writing a Blog Engine in Phoenix and Elixir, Part 1 Writing a Blog Engine in Phoenix and Elixir, Part 2: Authorization Current Versions As of the time of writing this, the current versions of our applications are: Elixir: v1.1.1 Phoenix: v1.1.0 Ecto: v1.1.0 Comeonin:

Rest APIs Server in Go and Redis

Simple REST API service for an imaginary blog with Redis as a mock database. For starters, clone the project here: $ git clone -b blog Then run the project within the directory with: $ go build $ ./go-rest Browse to: http://localhost:8080 to see the