Here’s a little app to sync data from a DynamoDB database to an iOS device. Includes the ability to search. Simply edit the constants file to link it to your source. Enjoy.
krypted June 6th, 2016
Posted In: iPhone
Merry Christmas ya’ll!
On the first day of Christmas my true love gave to me one 32 gig iPad
On the second day of Christmas my true love gave to me two bash one-liners
On the third day of Christmas my true love gave to me three Red Hat servers
On the fourth day of Christmas my true love gave to me four email blasts
On the fifth day of Christmas my true love gave to me five retweets
On the sixth day of Christmas my true love gave to me six regular expressions
On the seventh day of Christmas my true love gave to me seven lines of perl
On the eighth day of Christmas my true love gave to me eight app store apps
On the ninth day of Christmas my true love gave to me nine AWS instances
On the tenth day of Christmas my true love gave to me ten Active Directory forests
On the eleventh day of Christmas my true love gave to me 11 crappy python scripts
On the twelfth day of Christmas my true love gave to me 12 craft brews
krypted December 25th, 2014
Back in November of 2008 I did an article awhile back on a way to use Amazon’s S3 to hook into Final Cut Server. At the time though, S3 had a pretty big limitation in that it wasn’t really suitable for backing up large video files as an archive device for Final Cut Server. But today, Amazon announced that S3 now supports files of up to 5 terabytes using multipart upload (previously the maximum file size was 5 gigabytes).
This finally means that files do not have to be broken up at the file system layer in order to back up to Amazon’s cloud. However, this does not mean that traditional disk-to-disk backup solutions can be leveraged to provide a good target for backups and archives as backups need to be performed using the multipart upload. The ability to now use S3 for large files allows us to finally use Amazon S3 in a way that is much simpler that it was to do so previously, although it is still not as transparent as using a file system or URI path.
Overall, this represents a great step for Amazon and I hope to see even more of this in the future!
krypted December 10th, 2010
As my most recent information seems to now be on Amazon I have wrapped that into an easy link with links back to this site. It can be found at http://krypted.com/amazon.
krypted February 20th, 2010
Posted In: Business
Updated the Amazon Author Central page with some new information. This includes a little video, a little Bio, a little rss integration and a schedule of speaking events. Also, it includes what appears to be another book… Hope you enjoy!
krypted January 22nd, 2010
Posted In: Articles and Books
The books page had been pulled down for a little while due to some issues I was having embedding images. So I went back to the drawing board and found a way to get a carousel of images. So the page with the books I’ve done is back up and online. Hope you like (and yes, I know they spin too fast, it’s still a little bit of a work in progress).
krypted December 24th, 2009
You remember in the The Rocky Horror Picture Show, when Riff Raff and his sister do that weird elbow sex thing? The word “Cyber” conjures up an image of two people on either side of a network connection doing just that with their computer monitor. One looking like Riff (the girl) and the other looking like Magenta (the guy). 4.3 million shoppers a minute visited sites on “Cyber Monday”, elbow sexing their way into the American dream, with one-click shopping and buying 10% more crap on Monday than they did on Black Friday.
In most cities “rush hour” doesn’t really refer to a single hour. Maybe it’s half an hour some days and 4 hours others (ever driven from Santa Monica to Pasadena at 6:05pm?!?!). Cyber Monday seems to be pretty similar, having started some time around Thursday for a number of sites and seemingly still going “while supplies last.” But not all supplies last. I saw that deal Amazon was running for an 8GB iPod for $40 less than what you can get the same thing on Apple.com for. Talk about getting a little pre-elbow sex wax on the monitor, just thinkin’ about that deal! Too bad that supplies didn’t last. Although oddly, they still have plenty of them, now they just want more for the iPod touch 8 GB ($20 less than Apple still). So did supplies last (btw, still cheaper than on Apple.com)?!?!. I guess you can have a Kindle instead, which Amazon claims is their most popular product this year. Of course they’d say that though, it’s their product; I’m sure Barnes and Noble is going to claim the Nook is selling like hotcakes even if they only sell 3 of them. One of which will be bought by Zack, who needs to buy one of every electronic item ever made and carry them all with him on flights (hmmm, he must have a Bag of Holding +4 to keep it in, BTW).
And practically every site had free shipping. Of course, having said that, I don’t think I’ve paid for shipping when purchasing something online from any site other than eBay in a long, long time, and I even shop for my frickin’ groceries online – w00t Gopher Grocery or Lund’s if I’m fealin’ all high falutin’ (btw, they word bombastic actually appears in the definition of falutin). But back to Manic Monday, you see it actually was a lower total volume of sales day than in previous years, even sporting a massive 33% gain on traffic. Now, that could be because times are a little tight (over 10% unemployment rate not including Santa Claus’ – aka Mr. Pig Flu Carrier to all the kiddies), it could be because the average online consumer is way more uber-smart about their shopping habits (Hot Patootie, Bless My Soul, I doubt that) or it could be that it’s just because the deals (other than the ones that are meant to get you hooked in) just weren’t that great. Oh Brad, I’m so glad that there’s still a month of shopping to go. And if all else fails. There’s always iTunes Gift Cards (which by the way costs $12 but is worth $15, meaning that at least 3 songs you buy with it will suck).
krypted December 1st, 2009