Category Archives: Mac OS X

Hotspot, Alfredo, Cmd+N

I have a respect for Alfredo, the gadget that improves Mac OS X hotspot behaviors. It works much better than Mac OS default searching tool. Also ‘Command’+ ‘N’ and ‘Command’ + ‘Shift’ + ‘N’ are the keys that we developer … Continue reading

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How Hadoop Helps

It was always strange to me how Google searches quickly through millions of pages just in a glance. I just heard about MapReduce algorithm and its Could Computing server farms. But it doesn’t make sense to me because Google search … Continue reading

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What Makes iPhone Development Cool

iPhone development is really easier than other similar technologies such as Microsoft .Net or J2EE in my opinion. Continue reading

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Step By Step Installation of Wireshark on Mac OS X 10.6

This tutorial helps you to get starting Wireshark on Mac OS X 10.6. 1. Download Wireshark from www.wireshark.org/download.html. 2. Mount the disk image. As you can see the utilities folder consists three following folders: ChmodBPF Command Line A shortcut ( alias … Continue reading

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SSH problem on Mac OS X 10.6.6

I used to connect using ssh to my remote server which placed over seas. In Ubuntu Linux It works like a charm. Today I noticed that I can’t connect to my OpenSSH service using Mac OS X while Ubuntu was … Continue reading

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How To Deploy Shopizer 1.1.2 On Mac OS X 10.6

Shopizer is a complete java sales management and e-commerce content management software (CMS) built from ground up with performance in mind on a strong technology stack. Shopizer provides essential e-commerce tools for selling online [shoping cart, inventory management, payment and … Continue reading

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It is not a big deal to start a smaller one.

There are two kinds of software project I think. The one is large scale projects that consume a lot of time/resources and you cant always estimate if it gets done successfully or not. The other one is small size project … Continue reading

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They’ve cared about details.

MacBook Pro isn’t just beautiful. It has a perfect design and material. When you use it you find soon some intelligent behaviors and perfect arrangement of the things and functionalities that made it a brilliant. For example you never hit … Continue reading

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