Compatible with Ubuntu and based Operative Systems
The IntelliJ IDEA is an IDE, developed by JetBrains, that was originally intended to make the life easier for Java programmers, offering a wide range of tools and framework support. Nowadays it also implements tools for other programming languages, like Scala, Groovy or Ruby, and frameworks, like NodeJS, Rails, etc. Currently distributed in a Community and Ultimate editions (being the last commercial), it is considered by many one of the best available IDE for these languages. Because no debian, or equivalent installer, is provided by JetBrains for Linux machines, in this article I’ll explain how to setup the environment, including application shortcuts, into Xubuntu (also compatible with Ubuntu and based versions, like Lubuntu).
Nowadays both Visual Studio and Team Foundation Server work extremely well with each other, but there are times when some problems may occur, like failed authentication or check-ins, for no apparent reason. If you find yourself facing problems between these applications, logging their interactions may become extremely helpful.
The OpenSSL Project is a toolkit created to simplify the implementation of SSL and TLS protocols, offering a complete and powerful cryptography library. Out of the box, it allows to easily create certificate keys, signing requests, multiple certificate formats and stores using the command line. In this article I’ll give simple examples how to create some of this files, while giving a basic overview of asymmetric cryptography.
The Windows Communication Foundation is a great framework for creating reliable, secure and standards compliant Web Services. Ever since it’s introduction by Microsoft in the .NET world, it has been largely adopted yet, after all this years, some developers still don't know how to properly handle faulted states when disposing WCF clients.