Wireshark Wireshark is a free and open-source packet analyzer. It is used for network troubleshooting, analysis, software and communications protocol development, and education. Originally named Ethereal, in May 2006 the project was renamed Wireshark due to trademark issues. Functionality Wireshark is very similar to tcpdump, but has a graphical front-end, plus some integrated sorting and filtering options. Wireshark allows the user to put network interface controllers that support promiscuous mode into that mode, in order to see all traffic visible on that interface, not just traffic addressed to one of the interface's configured addresses and broadcast/multicast traffic. On Linux, BSD, and OS X, with libpcap 1.0.0 or later, Wireshark 1.4 and later can also put wireless network interface controllers into monitor mode. History In the late 1990s, Gerald Combs, a computer science graduate of the University of Missouri–Kansas City, was working for a small Internet service provider.
Linux: Install a million games in one click! Linux: Install a million games in one click! Updated: December 16, 2009 Well, not really a million, but how about tens or hundreds? Good enough for you? Today, we will talk about two extremely useful applications that allow to you search for hundreds of games that run on Linux, sorted by category, popularity, license, or price, read game synopses, check out the screenshots, and then, should you decide that you like some of them, install them with a single mouse click. Do you know what this means? djl homepage djl is an open-source game manager for Linux, written in Python and inspired by Steam Valve for Windows. Get djl The first thing you will have to do is download the installer script from the website. tar zxvf <archive-name> cd <extracted-archive-dir> chmod +x djl.sh . When you run the script the first time, if you do not have the Python framework installed, you'll get an error. Run djl Once you have everything in place, run the application. Using djl Now comes the really cool part. Plugins
Hello World · GitHub Guides The Hello World project is a time-honored tradition in computer programming. It is a simple exercise that gets you started when learning something new. Let’s get started with GitHub! You’ll learn how to: Create and use a repository Start and manage a new branch Make changes to a file and push them to GitHub as commits Open and merge a pull request What is GitHub? GitHub is a code hosting platform for version control and collaboration. This tutorial teaches you GitHub essentials like repositories, branches, commits, and Pull Requests. No coding necessary To complete this tutorial, you need a GitHub.com account and Internet access. Tip: Open this guide in a separate browser window (or tab) so you can see it while you complete the steps in the tutorial. Step 1. A repository is usually used to organize a single project. Your hello-world repository can be a place where you store ideas, resources, or even share and discuss things with others. To create a new repository Click Create repository.
30+ Awesome Free and Open Source Audio Applications List | Open Source Technology Blog Open Source community has great Audio Applications. We had featured 20 Audio Editors. Here is a best of the Audio Applications list that has, Audio Editors, Audio Sequencers, Stream Rippers, CD Rippers and much more. This list is constantly updated and comments, additions are most welcome. Also check out similar posts; Amarok – Rediscover music Amarok is a powerful music player for Linux and Unix, MacOS X and Windows with an intuitive interface. Ardour – Digital Audio Workstation Record Audio, Mix, Edit and Collaborate. Audacity – The Free, Cross-Platform Sound Editor Audacity® is free, open source software for recording and editing sounds. Banshee – Music Player Play your music and videos. CDEx – Audio CD Extractor CDEx is a very popular Open Source Digital Audio CD Extractor with more than 38 million downloads. Grip – CD Ripper/CD Player Grip is a cd-player and cd-ripper for the Gnome desktop. Hydrogen – Advanced Drum Machine For GNU/Linux Hydrogen is an advanced drum machine for GNU/Linux.
Prince Ea Richard Williams, better known by his stage name Prince Ea, is an American rapper and YouTuber, known for discussing topics like politics, sociality, environmentalism and life issues. Early life Prince Ea, born as Richard Williams on September 16, 1988 in St. Louis, Missouri, was the youngest of three children, and has resided there his whole life, and worked on the stage name "Prince Ea" when he graduated from the University of Missouri-St. Music career In February 2011, Prince Ea independently released "The Compilation Mixtape", a free digital compilation mixtape with selections from DJ Techne. The "Make 'SMART' Cool" movement In 2009, Prince Ea, who was upset at the present state of the music industry, decided to form a movement named "Make 'SMART' Cool". The "Make 'SMART' Cool" movement (SMART is an acronym for "Sophisticating Minds And Revolutionizing Thought") attempts to "promote intelligence to everyone, everywhere and integrate it with hip-hop. Funk Volume
I Ditched Windows...and, So Can You I've suffered slow computer performance, system crashes, and inexplicable Internet outages for 10 long years. I officially ditched Windows two weeks ago...and, so can you. Long story short, I decided to find another operating system and my first attempt was Linux, the free, open-source operative system (for those of you unfamiliar with Open Source operating systems: show me). Linux: The Good, the Bad, and The Verdict The Good – The transfer to and installation of Ubuntu Linux was shockingly easy and refreshingly seamless. The Bad – I still need Windows for a few programs. The Verdict – Linux serves 90% of my computer needs. Why Didn't I go Mac? 1). 2). 3). So, if you’re using Windows and want to ditch it, click here to begin a less stressful life Gregory Ferenstein
Why your company should have a Freaky Friday — Recurring Revenue by ChartMogul For me, those two Freaky Friday hours on a Friday morning are the point of the week that I most look forward to in the ChartMogul Marketing team. It’s a time when each of us has an enforced reason for stepping away from their laptop screen, to take a couple of hours and gain some perspective on the why, as well as the high-level ‘what’. I asked Annie, our Content Manager, for her input on what the session means for her: “For me it’s great to step outside of the Content Calendar, which otherwise rules activity and directs focus, and into a wide open space with room enough for the big picture. The core rules of Freaky Friday Have a topic. NO input is wrong. As Annie mentions, this doesn’t always come naturally: “Another great thing about Freaky Fridays is that you learn about your team, how people think, where their strength lies. NO screens. Force yourself to come up with stupid ideas. Pick one experiment. A word from Annie on this: Content Marketing’s 3 biggest myths Yes.
Prince's vision for lifting up black youths: Get them to code - Apr. 21, 2016 It was this belief that inspired Prince's friend Van Jones to start YesWeCode, a nonprofit in Oakland, which is at the forefront of a movement to get more young minorities involved in technology. The YesWeCode initiative, which is part of Jones' Rebuild the Dream charity, is on a mission to teach 100,000 low-income youths to write code. The idea grew out of a conversation Jones had with Prince after the 2012 killing of black teen Trayvon Martin. "Prince said ... "Let's teach the black kids how to be like Mark Zuckerberg." YesWeCode is one of many organizations working to diversify tech. Related: Prince kept a savvy grasp on his music Silicon Valley's lack of diversity is no secret. Take Facebook, for instance. And the problem is also present in the funding pipeline, which helps determine which entrepreneurs get investments. According to data culled by Richard Kerby at Venrock, 2% of partners at venture capital firms are black. For black women, things are particularly bleak.
Focus on Machine Learning Focus on Machine Learning Machine Learning Lately, Machine Learning has become one of the hottest topics for all companies — in any area — . Due to the exponential growth of data, there is a huge economic and strategic interest to be able to extract every ounce of information from it; with the promise of understanding user needs, predicting actions, and proposing the most accurate content. Faster. Deep Learning Since 2000, neural networks have evolved into something more advanced known as Deep Learning. Big companies like Facebook, Google and Microsoft use Deep Learning to extract information from all types of data (pictures, videos, text, website, …). Want to learn more about Machine Learning?
How to Create Gmail Tasks - Captain Time I log into Gmail every morning to see what new requests I have received overnight from my clients. But how to turn these email messages into Gmail tasks? How to assign these Gmail tasks to my designers, virtual assistants, programmers and others? Here are a couple of methods you can use to create Gmail tasks right from within your Gmail inbox. Option 1: Gmail Tasks –> Google Calendar/Tasks If you use Tasks on Google Calendar, Gmail already has the capability to create a task built in. Once the task is added you will see a small box on the lower right and it will show in your Google Calendar like this: While I use Google Calendar for my scheduled appointments, coaching and webinars, I find the Google Calendar tasks to be to basic for my purposes because they don’t allow for priority levels or for me to assign to other people. Option 2: Gmail Tasks –>Teamwork Projects This is my preferred way to save Gmail tasks. Once this is done, a task window comes up. From this task window you can: