Best Practices in Open Source Development

This is a nice article telling you best practices in using FOSS (Free and Open Source Softwares) for your web development. Read it here at Lullabot. (via Planet Drupal) Update (February 22, 2007): Another article on FOSS. Read it here at pingVision, titled “How to use open source (and how not to)“. (via Planet Drupal) Continue reading Best Practices in Open Source Development

Interesting Links (2)

After attending the Asia Source II camp for more than a week, I am back to the real life again, sitting in front of my computer and doing my daily activities. I must say, being there in that camp was one of the best experiences I’ve ever had in my life. I hope I could meet you again somewhere in the future. Here are some interesting links I found today while I surfed the Internet. Some of them were triggered by the issue IlmuKomputer.Com is facing at the moment. Me and Mas Romi were in discussion how we are accomodating … Continue reading Interesting Links (2)

Installing Windows Updates Offline

Looking for a solution which will take care of your Windows updates without the need of internet connection? heise Security has the answer. With their Do-It-Youself Service Pack, you can download all the updates from Microsoft’s servers once and then save it on CD/DVD/USB stick. Interesting right? Read more about it over here. (via OSNews.com) Continue reading Installing Windows Updates Offline