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It's pretty "dorm room," and I'm probably too old for that now, but it's just the way it is. One day, when I grow up, I'll sleek it all up and get fashionable. If the monitors look a bit odd, it's because this is a composite image of 2 different exposures. In one, the desk was very dark, in the other, the monitors were completely blown out.


Roll over the image for the most notes I've ever seen in one image. If you know of better tags for absolute notes frenzies like this, let me know.

Bien qu’ayant une large expérience sur différents produits CRM, Vendere a choisi de s’appuyer sur Microsoft Dynamics CRM pour proposer aux PME, des solutions clé-en-main adaptées à leurs industries, des services-conseils professionnels axés sur des résultats mesurables et des services d’hébergement CRM sur notre plateforme haute performance.

Six consoles, one TV. They all work, they all see regular use. The only thing that could make this better is if I had second- or seventh-generation consoles. I want a Wii.

These are just some websites, and games I play online I thought you may like to see:



This site is were Mari0 came from, and has many other games, like Not Tetris 2, Ortho Robot, and their upcoming project Not Pac-Man!

With this site, you can copy the URL of a YouTube video, and save it to your computer! :D

A fan-news site all about Super Mario Bros. and the Mushroom Kingdom. :)

A site that has Video Game Maps for almost every video game out there. A great place for research. :)

Here, you can make your very own 3D Minifigure! :)



This is were you can download Super Mario Bros. X, one of the best SMB fan games EVER! :) (PLEASE NOTE THIS: The game comes with a low-risk virus. Make sure you have Microsoft Sercuirity Essentials on your computer, and that it auto-detects viruses.)

This is were you download Mari0, which combines Mario with the hit video game made by Valve, Portal! :)


I hope you like all these sites and games! I will post more sites on here soon! :D

For entertainment purposes and with some Hard Work (tm) here is a fun and working example of an all-in-the-Cloud proof of concept. Like any IT guy worth its salt I made this drawing *after* R&D and implementation :)


In front of the wall are some free but also paid web services ( things like hotmail vs gmail vs 365, salesforce vs CRM2011 vs SugarCRM and so on.. ) used either as a front-end UI or as presentation layer that collects, receives or sends data to and from the Internet or behind the wall. The VM behind the wall is one compact prepared VM from which you deploy functionality in a matryoshka-way. Very easy, quick to deploy, cost-effective scalable and it is just a lot of fun to build and work with. Did I mention most of these are Open Source, or that they can be replaced vice-versa ? Now I did :)


This proof-of-concept destroys several implementation barriers that are hauled and hailed within the cloudspace phenomenon such as AD in the cloud, ADFS interchangebility with other services such as 365 and any other single signon services in the cloud that might be needed ( CRM, DigiD ) It also explores the idea and measures performance of VMs that are started in a VM, with some very surprising results; the mark that has been set is "no more physical serverroom !" as the price & performace battle in the cloudspace only began to emerge from the fogs of the virtual machine war.


Used technologies among others are


Windows 2008r2 x64 Azure prepared VM

Azure Connect IPv6 Client and Virtual Networks Configuration

Azure Management Portal & Subscriptions ( DB, Storage )

Oracle Virtualbox 4.08 x64 & x86

Ubuntu Cloud & Server 11.04 x64 & x86


Windows 7 Thin PC RC x86

Ubuntu Desktop 11.04 x86


Microsoft Office 2010 x64

Oracle Open Office


SCVMM 2012 beta 2 x64 VM image

Cacti, Nefsys, SMB & OpeniSCSI target software

Apache2, PHP5, Oracle MySQL ... and many others


Will produce a screenshot of the view from the client and post it to webwereld's 2nd leg of the contest; not in a hurry though, having lotsa fun to play with the several layers of revolutionary innovative new stuffs and options that are created in this way.


The whole idea behind this is to create a secure private cloud with a hybrid cloud interconnect to be able to host within the public cloudspace so you gain the flexibility and pricepoint of that public cloud host, yet the securety of a private one. With key features implemented with free and/or lowcost frontend webservices and/or Open Source backend VMs you receive maximum functionality, flexibility, scalability. In this way I was able to objectively get a baseline on what can be done and I'm now able to use this little project as a measuring device against any and all current and future cloud offerings ( and act accordingly )

my room prepared for geekroom contest 2, 2002 :o ... this photo here is also an experiment in stating the obvioius and adding lots of tags and notes


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Backup & restore time today. This shot shows the win2k side transferring about 15Gb of backed up data. The only way (aside from using the backup cd's) is to use samba.


Here you see the source file directory (TL), the destination for D drive on the Ubuntu box (TR), the H drive (BL) and it's destination drive on the linux box.


It's working quite well. I think I'll now add a samba share from the Ubuntu "ugly" box to store stuff. But only use it when I really need it.


The reason it's called the ugly box is when I bought the new machine I directed all the money into cpu, board, hd etc & told the guys to get the cheapest ugliest box (beige) you could find. In the end I finished up with a black machine with matching peripherals.


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Port 445 - server message block or Microsoft DS. Consensus is that it's related to netbios stuff.

Acá va una captura del sistema operativo instalado en mi laptop Acer Aspire 4720z, de las siguientes características:


* Procesador Intel T2310 dual-core @ 1.46 GHz.

* 1.5 GiB RAM.

* 120 GiB HDD SATA @5400 rpm, con esquema de particiones GUID, en partición NTFS de 56,2 GiB.

* Chipset Intel ICH8M / gráfica Intel X3100 @1280x800 (WXGA 14.1").

* Wireless Atheros AR5006X.

* Audio Intel HD, codec Realtek ALC268 (Azalia).

* Broadcom Bluetooth 2.0+EDR dongle (integrado).

* Broadcom BCM5787M Ethernet.


El software que he instalado (o que estoy instalando, porque no están del todo instalados) luego de la instalación es el siguiente:


* Adobe CS4 Suite (incluye Photoshop de 64bit).

* XAMPP (Apache2, MySQL, Filezilla Server, Perl, Tomcat).

* Windows Live Essentials.

* Kaspersky Antivirus (beta para Windows 7).

* WinRAR.

* MySQL Workbench.

* Vidalia Bundle (Tor + Privoxy).


Funcionamiento del sistema:


La instalación demoró aproximadamente una media hora, y el tiempo de post-configuración unos 15 ó 20 minutos, el cual me pareció excesivo en comparación a otros sistemas operativos. Pese a ello, el rendimiento posterior del sistema ha sido muy satisfactorio.


El consumo de memoria es alto para máquinas no nuevas, por lo cual no recomiendo una máquina con menos de 1.5 GiB de RAM para poder trabajar en este sistema operativo. Pero al menos el consumo de la memoria se mantiene estable y no ralentiza el sistema. La respuesta en general es bastante rápida y el uso de CPU es más eficiente que en Windows Vista.


El manejo de archivos es bastante bueno. La copia de archivos y formateo de una memoria SD son bastante rápidos. Además existe la opción de formatear los medios extraíbles con el sistema de archivos exFAT, que proporciona múltiples tamaños de clúster, ideales para optimizar la velocidad de almacenamiento según el tipo de archivos del dispositivo (un tamaño de clúster de entre 512KiB a 2048KiB es ideal para almacenar MP3, mientras que un tamaño de 64KiB es ideal para fotos (los tamaños de cúster de exFAT van desde 512 bytes a 32768KiB). La única excepción a la regla, es que extraer algunos dispositivos sigue siendo una odisea. Debería existir alguna opción para forzar a matar los procesos que tienen bloqueados los discos extraíbles.


Aunque el rendimiento de las transferencias de archivos (locales y mediante SMB/CIFS) es bastante bueno, aún no veo una integración decente con otros protocolos. Para transferencias FTP sigue siendo imprescindible un gestor especializado.


Otro tema importante es la multimedia. El Windows Media Center a mi gusto está muy bien logrado. Tiene unos pocos bugs (un pequeño atasco de imagen al comenzar la reproducción), pero dentro de todo está excelente. La organización de los archivos multimedia por "librerías" es otro avance bastante notable y por lo demás útil. El sistema de sonido es el mismo de Windows Vista (es lo único bueno que le encuentro a Vista xD).


Respecto a la interfaz, por ahí en Internet hay muchos reviews. Yo la encuentro bastante cómoda, combina simplicidad y a la vez eyecandy. El Flip3D sigue igual que en Vista, y personalmente lo encuentro mediocre pero no es un tema de importancia porque no lo uso. Pero el manejo de las aplicaciones en la barra de tareas me parece genial idea, así como también el hecho de que por defecto se oculten de la bandeja de sistema los íconos de las aplicaciones de terceros. El único detalle es que el ícono para remover los discos extraíbles no se muetra por defecto, pero se puede habilitar para que lo haga.


Otro avance notable es que los programas del Menú Inicio se ordenan automáticamente. Ya no hace falta poner la opción "ordenar por nombre" que se acostumbraba antes. No recuerdo si en Vista existía eso (porque lo he probado en equipos ajenos, y en mi equipo sólo duró un par de horas porque me aburrió). El menú contextual de las aplicaciones en la barra de tareas está muy bien logrado, permite dejar los íconos en la barra de forma permanente o desactivar dicha función (como el dock de MacOSX).




Pareciera que estos tipos de Microsoft hacen ciertas cosas a propósito, ya que si no lo hacen así, el negocio de las casas antivirus muere y eso no le conviene a ellos ni a sus partners. Sigue existiendo la maldita costumbre de ofrecer cuentas administrativas por defecto, así que tuve que cortar por lo sano: habilitar el usuario "Administrator" que viene incluido pero no se muestra, desde ahí crear otra cuenta limitada, y finalmente eliminar la cuenta que se me creó durante la instalación y deshabilitar UAC. Me di cuenta además que existe por parte de Microsoft una intención (o vestigio) de mejorar ese aspecto, pero al parecer lo han dejado inconcluso por el tema comercial que ya mencioné. Por ejemplo, si desde mi cuenta limitada intento acceder a una opción administrativa, me dice que debo introducir una cuenta administrativa para hacerlo, pero posteriormente arroja un error diciendo que no tengo los privilegios para hacerlo. Así que de momento, para hacer modificaciones no me queda otra que abrir una instancia del Explorer mediante "Run as...".


Los bugs:


Los bugs existentes en esta Beta que he podido percibir hasta el momento son sólo cosas de interfaz, por ejemplo, defectos de visualización en ciertos botones, en IE8, y en la barra de tareas. Pero sólo son bugs menores que se manifiestan cuando uno comienza a jugar con las ventanas y a hacer ese tipo de cosas, y tampcoo son molestos. Son sólo los gajes de cualquier beta.


Sobre otras cosas no puedo opinar aún, ya que debo seguir haciendo pruebas. Así que resumiré mi primera impresión en lo siguiente:


Lo bueno:


* Mejoras notables en usabilidad y rendimiento.

* Mejoras en el manejo de archivos.


Lo malo:


* Nada hasta el momento. En todo sentido es mejor que versiones anteriores de Windows.


Lo impresentable:


* Falta de un gestor decente de FTP integrado en el sistema.

* El sistema de archivos NTFS sigue siendo el mismo. Deberían crear algún sistema de archivos optimizado para evitar la fragmentación, tal como se hace en otros sistemas operativos modernos.

* Debería existir un lector PDF integrado, así como deberían mejorar el gestor ZIP integrado, que sigue siendo el mismo.

* Y finalmente, deberían poner accesos directos automáticos en el Escritorio a las unidades extraíbles montadas, tal como se hace en otros sistemas operativos.


Pronto traeré otros reviews, pero por ahora con esto creo que basta.


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