Testing Fedora 33, a summary of the experience

About Fedora Fedora is a GNU/Linux distribution intended primarily for developers, but also for all other users. It is completely FOSS and is the first to implement new technologies and solutions with a fantastic community behind it. The fact that Red Hat supports them financially but also with some infrastructure, it shows in its stability.… Continue reading Testing Fedora 33, a summary of the experience

Espanso a utility to write more with fewer keys

I have been using text expanders for a long time and today I am telling you about a tool that anyone concerned about their productivity should have in their toolbox. If you spend many hours of your life writing, you need a tool like Espanso, to help you improve and be more productive, avoiding repeating… Continue reading Espanso a utility to write more with fewer keys

Chromium runs out of sync, and other features

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I was wondering last week if Google will block syncing on Chromium, following their plan to cut off the tap from Chrome’s internal APIs to third-party Chromium-based browsers. And the answer is that yes, he will do it without any mercy and with strange excuses that are not supported by any side. I did it… Continue reading Chromium runs out of sync, and other features

Review of W3Techs report about best web technologies on 2020

In my previous post, I reviewed the W3Techs report, particularly WordPress. Now I think it is convenient to make a detail, or summary, of the entire report. W3Techs has published its list with the web technologies of 2020, one in which the analysis firm collects every year not the most popular, but those that have… Continue reading Review of W3Techs report about best web technologies on 2020

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WordPress is the content manager of 40% of the websites on the planet

If a few weeks ago W3Techs offered us the web technologies of 2020, a list in which they collected the most outstanding trends of the year, now we receive another piece of news that is also usually common for the analytics firm to bring us at the beginning of each year: how goes WordPress. As… Continue reading WordPress is the content manager of 40% of the websites on the planet

How to install Linux, Apache, MySQL and PHP stack (LAMP) on Ubuntu 20.04

Introduction A “LAMP” stack is a set of open source software applications that are typically installed together so that a server can host dynamic web sites and applications written in PHP. This term is actually an acronym that stands for the Linux operating system, with the Apache web server. Site data is stored in a… Continue reading How to install Linux, Apache, MySQL and PHP stack (LAMP) on Ubuntu 20.04

Debian 10.8 has been released. Last version of Buster

This release features bug fixes and switches to a more parallel build process as described by Michael Larabel Thanks to the changes behind the scenes, images are now being produced significantly faster than they were: the embarrassingly parallel speed up has worked, though at slight cost to the predictability of when we get each architecture… Continue reading Debian 10.8 has been released. Last version of Buster