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CoreOS Container Linux Update Strategies

2 weeks ago
The overarching goal of Container Linux is to secure the Internet's backend infrastructure. We believe that automatically updating the operating system is one of the best tools to achieve this goal.
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Using a MIDI Controller with Lightroom for a More Efficient Workflow

3 weeks 3 days ago
Editing images with software like Lightroom typically involves changing parameters like exposure, contrast, highlights, shadows, and so on for more than 90% of your work. These parameters are controlled using sliders that you have to drag with your mouse — sliders that emulate physical controls. But why not use such physical controls like sliders or control dials directly?
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Diagnosing ASP.NET Core performance issues | On .NET | Channel 9

4 weeks 1 day ago
In the episode, Mike Russo shows us how we can use tools like PerfView and PerfCollect to diagnose performance problems in ASP.NET Core applications. He discusses how we can use the tools for performance analysis on both Linux and Windows servers. Also, we get a demo on how to inspect things like large object allocations, chatty SQL calls, and thread pool health.
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Docker Tutorial Series

1 month ago
Unless you have intentionally decided to block any news around software in your social feeds, it is likely that you have heard about Docker.
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Cost of Inkjet Printing Report Epson SureColor P600

1 month ago
This report addresses concerns and arguments about the true cost of ink in desktop photo printing.  Using the Epson SureColor P800, we conducted a series of print tests to determine how much ink is used in a full coverage 8”x10” print.  From that figure we extrapolated ink usage per square inch.  The objective is to share a realistic cost per print vision with inkjet users.  The choice to pursue photo inkjet printing is in the end an individual economic choice.
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Martin Evening

2 months ago
"Lightroom automatically resizes the image data to the print size you have set in the Layout panel. Providing the print output image ends up falling within the range of 180 to 1440 ppi, there is no real need to use the Print Resolution option to interpolate the print data. Basically, Lightroom automatically applies the correct amount of sharpening on a sliding scale between 180 and 1440 ppi and it is best to let Lightroom work out the optimum pixel resolution and sharpening.
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Martin Evening

2 months ago
"Lightroom automatically resizes the image data to the print size you have set in the Layout panel. Providing the print output image ends up falling within the range of 180 to 1440 ppi, there is no real need to use the Print Resolution option to interpolate the print data. Basically, Lightroom automatically applies the correct amount of sharpening on a sliding scale between 180 and 1440 ppi and it is best to let Lightroom work out the optimum pixel resolution and sharpening.
martinto

United Photographic Postfolios of Great Britain (UPP)

2 months 1 week ago
The UPP is a Photographic Club that comes to your door or online at regular intervals It does not matter whether your images are captured on film or digitally; whether the results are produced on a computer, in a darkroom or by a third party, you will find something in the UPP for you.
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United Photographic Postfolios of Great Britain (UPP)

2 months 1 week ago
The UPP is a Photographic Club that comes to your door or online at regular intervals It does not matter whether your images are captured on film or digitally; whether the results are produced on a computer, in a darkroom or by a third party, you will find something in the UPP for you.
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