Plugin Dynamo Announces the Release of an Upgrade to the Dynamo ONE Plugin – The Easy Button for WordPress

Dynamo ONE Plugin, known as the easy button for WordPress , which is owned and supported by Plugin Dynamo, is excited to announce the release of an upgrade to the Dynamo ONE Plugin. The upgrade enhances the amazing Dynamo ONE Plugin making it even more seamless and effective at setting up WordPress blogs. The Dynamo ONE Plugin allows users to configure and set-up their WordPress site into a highly optimized SEO site in less than 90 seconds.

This upgrade improves how the Plugin syncs with the user’s account for activation and the new layout is a simple 6 click process. This new process will allow users to set-up their WordPress site in less time with less mistakes.

Wesley Williams, Plugin Dynamo’s Managing Partner said, “The Dynamo ONE Plugin was the 1st Plugin to integrate the SEO settings and basic Plugin requirements into one Plugin to make the entire process easy for the user. This update demonstrates our continued support and push to simplify the WordPress set-up process.”

About the Dynamo ONE Plugin:
Dynamo ONE Plugin was created by Plugin Dynamo and is a one of a kind tool that enables users to save time when configuring and setting up WordPress sites. For people who want to configure and set up their WordPress sites quickly and effectively, Dynamo ONE Plugin is the most ideal tool. It allows users to make their WordPress sites SEO friendly and highly optimized in a matter of seconds.

About Plugin Dynamo:
Plugin Dynamo is owned and operated by dotCOM Interactive based in Dallas Texas. Since 2010, Plugin Dynamo has been producing easy to use Plugins. Its Plugins are regularly updated to incorporate new ideas from users, and also to ensure that they are in harmony with the latest versions of WordPress. Plugin dynamo is committed to offering valuable support to its customers.

Cool, Indonesian People Make “Printer” 3D

Starting from his love for the graphic design world, John Djauhari now assembling machines printer (printer) 3D. By leveraging open source technology, 3D printers that can print documents assembled Johanes digital into three-dimensional objects.

John worked as a product designer. Some clients who want to make a product sometimes is not satisfied if only to see the design in the form of digital documents. They want physical shape despite the small size.

“Well, from there, why do not I make a 3D printer itself,” he said when met at the show Popcon KompasTekno Asia 2013 in Jakarta Convention Center, beginning last July.

John also likes the toys (toys). Many colleagues who designed character toys and wanted to realize his ideas into tangible form. Some of them use the services of John for 3D printing.

Starting from his love for the graphic design world, John Djauhari now assembling machines printer (printer) 3D. By leveraging open source technology, 3D printers that can print documents assembled Johanes digital into three-dimensional objects.

John worked as a product designer. Some clients who want to make a product sometimes is not satisfied if only to see the design in the form of digital documents. They want physical shape despite the small size.

“Well, from there, why do not I make a 3D printer itself,” he said when met at the show Popcon KompasTekno Asia 2013 in Jakarta Convention Center, beginning last July.

John also likes the toys (toys). Many colleagues who designed character toys and wanted to realize his ideas into tangible form. Some of them use the services of John for 3D printing.

Keseriusan Johanes merakit printer 3D dimulai pada 2011. Ia mendirikan Bikin Bikin 3D Print dan aktif ikut pameran untuk memperkenalkan teknologi ini. Kala itu, desain luar printer buatannya masih berupa kerangka. Setelah melewati beberapa kali pengembangan, kini printer 3D-nya semakin akurat dan didesain menggunakan casing. “Akurasinya sampai 0,2 mm,” tutur Johanes.

Akurasi itu dibuktikan dengan mencetak replika arca yang penuh detail dan lekukan. Johanes terlebih dahulu memindai seluruh bagian arca asli yang tersimpan di Museum Nasional. Setelah mendapat filepindainya, mulailah Johanes mendesain 3D lalu mencetak dengan printer buatannya sendiri.

Memanfaatkan “open source

Dalam mengembangkan printer 3D, Johanes memanfaatkan teknologi open source untuk driver dansoftware. Ia ikut dalam forum internet yang khusus membahas teknologi printer 3D.

“Di forum ini, kita bisa tahu kalau ada algoritma yang lebih baik dan memberi struktur lebih mudah. Bukan cuma soal teknis, dari sana juga kita tahu soal materi yang mudah dicari dan lebih terjangkau,” jelasnya.

Untuk mendesain bentuk 3D, Johanes menggunakan software Pronter Face dan Repetier. Komputer yang dipakainya terhubung ke motherboard printer melalui kabel USB. Motherboard inilah yang memerintahkan gerakan koordinat X, Y, dan Z, menerjemahkan dokumen digital menjadi obyek nyata 3D.

Printer 3D yang dibuat Johanes masuk dalam tahap pengembangan akhir. Ia membuka pre-orderdengan harga Rp 10 juta. Setelah masa pre-order berakhir pada September 2013, printer 3D bakal dibanderol Rp 12 juta.

Facebook Testing New Navigation Menu

California – Facebook amid redesign navigation bar for iOS and Android app for easy use. Some Facebook users reported that the new navigation bar has appeared at the bottom of the screen.

But, it was not all users can get the new navigation bar that is still a beta version of it. With the addition of the menu at the bottom, the side navigation bar is now no longer in the beta version of the Facebook application.

Android users who already have a new navigation bar using Facebook beta version of Google Play Store. While the Apple iPhone users who see the new navigation bar that has installed the regular version of Facebook.

Android users who have installed the Facebook application is given a link to download the beta version of Facebook when they install updates. This all shows the changes coming from the server.

There is no warranty on the features of the new navigation bar. Current navigation bar is still considered to iOS or Android app.

Seven signs of dysfunctional engineering teams

I’ve been listening to the audiobook of Heart of Darkness this week, read by Kenneth Branagh. It’s fantastic. It also reminds me of some jobs I’ve had in the past.

There’s a great passage in which Marlow requires rivets to repair a ship, but finds that none are available. This, in spite of the fact that the camp he left further upriver is drowning in them. That felt familiar. There’s also a famous passage involving a French warship that’s blindly firing its cannons into the jungles of Africa in hopes of hitting a native camp situated within. I’ve had that job as well. Hopefully I can help you avoid getting yourself into those situations.

There are several really good lists of common traits seen in well-functioning engineering organizations. Most recently, there’s Pamela Fox’s list of What to look for in a software engineering culture. More famous, but somewhat dated at this point, is Joel Spolsky’s Joel Test. I want to talk about signs of teams that you should avoid.

This list is partially inspired by Ralph Peters’ Spotting the Losers: Seven Signs of Non-Competitive States. Of course, such a list is useless if you can’t apply it at the crucial point, when you’re interviewing. I’ve tried to include questions to ask and clues to look for that reveal dysfunction that is deeply baked into an engineering culture.

Preference for process over tools. As engineering teams grow, there are many approaches to coordinating people’s work. Most of them are some combination of process and tools. Git is a tool that enables multiple people to work on the same code base efficiently (most of the time). A team may also design a process around Git — avoiding the use of remote branches, only pushing code that’s ready to deploy to the master branch, or requiring people to use local branches for all of their development. Healthy teams generally try to address their scaling problems with tools, not additional process. Processes are hard to turn into habits, hard to teach to new team members, and often evolve too slowly to keep pace with changing circumstances. Ask your interviewers what their release cycle is like. Ask them how many standing meetings they attend. Look at the company’s job listings, are they hiring a scrum master?

Excessive deference to the leader or worse, founder. Does the group rely on one person to make all of the decisions? Are people afraid to change code the founder wrote? Has the company seen a lot of turnover among the engineering leader’s direct reports? Ask your interviewers how often the company’s coding conventions change. Ask them how much code in the code base has never been rewritten. Ask them what the process is for proposing a change to the technology stack. I have a friend who worked at a growing company where nobody was allowed to introduce coding conventions or libraries that the founding VP of Engineering didn’t understand, even though he hardly wrote any code any more.

Unwillingness to confront technical debt. Do you want to walk into a situation where the team struggles to make progress because they’re coding around all of the hacks they haven’t had time to address? Worse, does the team see you as the person who’s going to clean up all of the messes they’ve been leaving behind? You need to find out whether the team cares about building a sustainable code base. Ask the team how they manage their backlog of bugs. Ask them to tell you about something they’d love to automate if they had time. Is it something that any sensible person would have automated years ago? That’s a bad sign.

Not invented this week syndrome. We talk a lot about “not invented here” syndrome and how it affects the competitiveness of companies. I also worry about companies that lurch from one new technology to the next. Teams should make deliberate decisions about their stack, with an eye on the long term. More importantly, any such decisions should be made in a collaborative fashion, with both developer productivity and operability in mind. Finding out about this is easy. Everybody loves to talk about the latest thing they’re working with.

Disinterest in sustaining a Just Culture. What’s Just Culture? This post by my colleague John Allspaw on blameless post mortems describes it pretty well. Maybe you want to work at a company where people get fired on the spot for screwing up, or yelled at when things go wrong, but I don’t. How do you find out whether a company is like that? Ask about recent outages and gauge whether the person you ask is willing to talk about them openly. Do the people you talk to seem ashamed of their mistakes?

Monoculture. Diversity counts. Gender diversity is really important, but it’s not the only kind of diversity that matters. There’s ethnic diversity, there’s age diversity, and there’s simply the matter of people acting differently, or dressing differently. How homogenous is the group you’ve met? Do they all remind you of you? That’s almost certainly a serious danger sign. You may think it sounds like fun to work with a group of people who you’d happily have as roommates, but monocultures do a great job of masking other types of dysfunction.

Lack of a service-oriented mindset. The biggest professional mistakes I ever made were the result of failing to see that my job was ultimately to serve other people. I was obsessed with building what I thought was great software, and failed to see that what I should have been doing was paying attention to what other people needed from me in order to succeed in their jobs. You can almost never fail when you look for opportunities to be of service and avail yourself of them. Be on the lookout for companies where people get ahead by looking out for themselves. Don’t take those jobs.

There are a lot of ways that a team’s culture can be screwed up, but those are my top seven.

Almost Maximum Bandwidth, APJII Install Router Brocade

Internet users in Indonesia continues to increase. As of the end of 2012, Indonesia, which has a population of 237.5 million people has 63 million Internet users.

When compared to the condition two years ago, seen a significant surge in Internet traffic in IIX (Indonesia Internet eXchange). March 2013, the average traffic reached 10 Gigabit per second, or 4x the condition in 2010.

“As a result, our routing infrastructure that already exists is approaching maximum capacity, while Internet traffic growth shows no signs of slowing down,” said Private Harijanto (Chairman IIX).

“The main problem is about 60 percent of Indonesia’s population using mobile phones, but are accessing the Internet from the handset is still fairly small,” said Harijanto. “Obviously, this trend will change quickly. 3G infrastructure development nationwide 4G/LTE technology is almost completed and will be implemented next year. ”

Anticipating the explosion of bandwidth requirements up to 10x in the next five years, the Association of Indonesian Internet Service Providers (APJII) is now using the series routers Brocade MLXe-16 is able to support 100 Gigabit Ethernet (GbE) as the main component IIX. IIX two main router was installed at different locations to ensure high availability. With the substantial spare capacity in the 16-slot chassis, APJII has ample scope to install modules with a capacity of four-port 40 GbE and two-port module with a capacity of 100 GbE in the future.

APJII also plans to apply the technology Brocade Multi-Chassis Trunking (MCT). This technology will connect the two routers on top to create a single tool that is able to generalize the traffic load on network-network service provider that has a lot of connections to the center of the Indonesian Internet Exchange.

APJII currently has 278 members, including telecommunications companies, Internet service providers and content providers. Some 161 of which have been connected to the IIX via IPv4, while 51 of them also use IPv6 connection.

Boost HP Products with Intel Core 4th Generation

JAKARTA – Not to be outdone in the battle gadgets in the year 2013, Hewlett Packard (HP) introduced a series of new products by collaborating with Intel as a supplier of processors. The product line consists of a convertible tablet, the PC Desktop and all in one ones (AIOS), as well as commercial notebook like the HP Elitebook Revolve 850, HP Probook 440, Probook 430, 800 Elitedesk G1, EliteOne 800 G1, G1 and ProDesk 800 HP ProOne 600 G1.

Managing Director of HP Indonesia, Subin Joseph said that these products have been designed specifically for job flexibility. According to him, the range of products it can provide maximum efficiency in terms of creativity, access and enjoy content.

Joseph added all of the line, either desktop or notebook has led HP into higher stages. “Everything we present the latest design and tough. Has automatic sensors to turn off the hard drive in as it fell, so safe,” he said at the launch of HP’s new products at the Intercontinental Hotel Jakarta, Wednesday (24/7).

HP’s latest product line is equipped with a processor Intel Core 4th generation. “Best performance, security and responsive performance so we present one in the device and is suitable for all computing lifestyle,” explains Head of MNC Sales Intel Indonesia, Yohan Wijaya.

Yohan further explained, the latest-generation Intel Core PC coupled with a stunning performance with mobility like a tablet. “Its performance is 15 percent better than its predecessor. Latest processor can spoil the user ranging from the battery life to a remarkable breakthrough in terms of graphics,” Yohan lid.

Internet Download Manager 6.17 Build 3 New Comes With Stability & Reliable

The company behind the development applications, known as IDM or Internet Download Tonec reportedly named recently presented its latest version of the build for the users on the move IDM. The latest version is nothing but the Internet Download Manager 6:17 Build 3.

Although the official release notes have not obtained so far, the presence of this latest version of IDM build more likely intended to improve the stability and reliability of the whole application in a particular case.

Previous versions of Internet Download Manager has received an update to increase download speeds YouTube videos, as well as bug fixes in addressing some of the problems reported by users in the older release.

Internet Download Manager can be operated smoothly in all the editions of Windows out there, including Windows XP to the latest Windows 8 though. And even special versions of the latest build, reportedly can run well on both versions of the Windows operating systems that exist, either 32-bit or 64-bit.

ASRock Z87 Pro3 Motherboard BIOS Update superior to Newest Version 2.10

In order to improve the guide string UEFI on existing multi-lingual features, ASRock has just released the latest version of the BIOS 2:10 to Z87 Pro3 motherboard superior.

The release of the latest version of the BIOS itself consists of 3 files that show 3 different methods of renewal, which is a Windows-based file, a DOS compatible package, and one upgrade BIOS using Instant Flash.

If you update the BIOS with Windows method is preferred, run the exe file on the new platform of the existing windows, and then after everything is finished restart the computer. By restarting the computer BIOS must be updated automatically so that with so make sure you do not interfere with the existing process. And after the next reboot, make sure that you have loaded the BIOS to default settings.

Slightly different to update BIOS with Windows method, the DOS BIOS update methods, first of all you are required to boot through disk containing the bootable BIOS package. But if you do not have a bootable DOS disk, be sure to make your own bootable disk containing the BIOS package there. Once you have done through the boot process and appear disk drive DOS prompt “[drive]: \>” on the screen, type the name of the executable file in question and follow all instructions on the screen to upgrade your lead on the restart the computer and the BIOS will be updated after that.

While the procedure Instant Flash, you can upgrade the BIOS using a flash upgrade file that contains a copy of which can be downloaded via the official website of the vendor. By pressing the F2 key when booting, and select the Instant Flash utility under the Tools menu. Compatible version of the show, you are allowed to choose one of them.

Apart from the three methods offered BIOS update, basically manufacturers do not recommend that you update your version of the BIOS for the system to work properly and will not be responsible for damage caused by errors in the existing BIOS update procedure. Therefore, make sure you know exactly everything first before doing the procedure updates the BIOS to the latest version.

Chairman of the Association of Meatballs: Meatballs Home Industry Feels Better

Jakarta – Meatballs made readily available large-scale industry. Ranging from traditional markets, modern markets, until the restaurant. However, homemade meatballs cottage industry remains the most savory. Chairman of the Merchants Association Noodles and Meatballs (APMISO) Indonesia has a reason.

According to the Chairman APMISO Trisetyo Budiman, tasty meatballs least determined by the purity of beef used. For meatballs, commonly used secondary cut of beef, such as topside, knuckle, and rump. In fact, those who use the primary cut of meat like a cube roll or tenderloin.

Sure, the price is not cheap raw materials. Moreover, a good meat for meatball ingredients is minimal fat meat. In addition, the composition of which is true meatball is more meat than flour. “8-10 kg of meat at the most appropriate sagunya 4-5 ounces, half a kilo,” Tri said when met at the office detikfood APMISO (29.04.13).

This is where the point distinction meatballs from large industries and cottage industries, namely the composition of meat and flour. Tri argues, large industries that supply supermarkets to sell their products at a low price in order to sell. This is done by increasing the flour over the meat. “More comfortable home industry for daring to give the meatballs with 99% beef,” said Tri.

Tri confident cottage industry will be equivalent to the branded companies. “It is possible, because of the taste (cottage industry) win,” he said optimistically. However, Tri recognizes small businesses still lost the other factors.

An example is the ignorance of a good business location because they do not have access to the information. “If the silent branded’ve visited, emailed, in-fuel,” he said. And he lamented, serving 20% ​​of SMEs in the malls now only discourse. “Policy makers should be encouraged, to provide support to SMEs to the next grade,” he continued.

Tri alone has venture Meatballs Ino who had scattered in Jakarta and outside the city. Most of the home-based industry-made meatballs sold in stores Meatballs Ino. However, those that are sold at retail raw.

In Jakarta, the brand meatballs are quite popular cottage industry in the traditional market is Monalisa. In Bandung, there Midshipman and Meatballs Meatballs Cihampelas. Modern market that target the middle class is usually filled with names like Meatballs Meatballs Kebun Kusno and Orange, which, according to Tri relatively large-scale industry.

EU industrial production fell in May.

Industrial production in the recession-hit eurozone fell 0.3 percent in May compared with the previous month, the data agency Eurostat reported Friday, after three consecutive monthly increases.

April industrial production rose 0.5 percent in the bloc’s 17 states, the agency said in a revised figures, compared to March when the rate increased 0.9 percent, AFP reported.

Numbers in April and March which is a great improvement on the performance in the previous months, and analysts said the latest report showed euro zone recession is already running 18 months may soon end.

May decrease was primarily due to the weakening 2.3 percent in the consumption of durable goods, while capital goods declined 1.5 percent.

On the positive side, energy production rose 0.1 percent, intermediate goods rose 0.4 percent and non-durable consumer goods rose 0.6 percent.

Decline in industrial output is highest in Ireland, which saw a decrease of 2.7 percent and in Greece with a 2.1 percent decline.

Output rose 6.1 percent on the other side of the recession plagued Portugal and 2.0 percent in Estonia. While in the 27 European Union countries, industrial output fell 0.6 percent in May compared to April.

Compared with the previous year’s data, industrial production fell 1.3 percent in the eurozone and 1.6 percent in the EU.