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Have a look at Airflow as well. It is a bit more adventurous (read Python) than WWF, K2, Automic or BizTalk, but definitely has its strong points.
It is simpler to install and use. The concept behind is well-thought and there's a good open source community behind the project. Some big names are using it too, so it has enough support from the business.
Deployment and configuration to multiple environments might be a challenge, but so is true for any other workflow framework.
I'm not exactly sure if this is what you're looking for but Atlassian Jira handles most of what you described. It has become the lifeblood of our organization for issue tracking and workflow management.
The website tried to negotiate an inadequate level of security.
www.codeproject.com uses security technology that is outdated and vulnerable to attack. An attacker could easily reveal information which you thought to be safe. The website administrator will need to fix the server first before you can visit the site.
Could you please provide more information about this occurrence. The version of Firefox, what device and operating system, type of internet connection.
Additionally, was this connection made on a public hot spot such as the WiFi provided by Starbucks?
I am not able to recreate this error. It is possible that your connection was compromised, and if so, I hope you did not get hacked.
"Time flies like an arrow. Fruit flies like a banana."
I'm not getting it now either. Maybe it was an internet fart.
The TLS layer is actually a negotiation process. Could you check your Firefox settings for me?
What do you see in the 'security.tls.version.min field?
What operating system are you on? Also what version of FireFox?
Is it highly unusual for both Microsoft IIS and latest version of Firefox to negotiate all the way down to a warning level. The next time you see that happen could you take note of the server listed at the bottom of the codeproject page?
I am using:
Windows 10 Home Build 1709 OS Build 16299.431
I can only think of a few things that would cause Microsoft Windows 10.16299.431 with Firefox 60.0.1 to connect to Microsoft IIS here at codeproject and negotiate all the way down to a warning level. None of them are good things.
Something strange must be going on with Mozilla. When I try to access CP using SeaMonkey the page load arrows just circle endlessly but the page won't load. If I paste the same link into Chrome it loads normally.
The title says it all. I used the media tool to install regular windows 10, but the license key that I have for this new system is invalid for this.
Unless it's not ready for prime time, I think it's time for me to make the switch to Ubuntu. However, there must be a semi-decent Windows emulator for programs that I can't get in Ubuntu. I know that for the stuff that needs good performance, I can get Ubuntu/Linux versions.
Forgetting the provocative headline (don't want this to turn into Soapbox material) some of the statistics in this study are staggering.
Bacteria are indeed a major life form – 13% of everything – but plants overshadow everything, representing 82% of all living matter. All other creatures, from insects to fungi, to fish and animals, make up just 5% of the world’s biomass.
Of all the mammals on Earth, 96% are livestock and humans, only 4% are wild mammals
And you are now less thn 80% of your own biomass since you became 20%+ terminator with more modifications to come.
"I controlled my laughter and simple said "No,I am very busy,so I can't write any code for you". The moment they heard this all the smiling face turned into a sad looking face and one of them farted. So I had to leave the place as soon as possible." - Mr.Prakash One Fine Saturday. 24/04/2004
Practical answer: As much as you can squeeze onto the circuit board. In the past that used to be much less than what you hoped for and also far less than the 64k the processor could address.
Simple answer: 64k minus ROM, Video memory and memory mapped I/O devices is what's left for RAM in the memory map. In this case that would be exactly 32k. Today you can have that in one IC for two bucks. No need for a memory board, just put it onto the processor board.
Traumatized answer: 4k is not very much, but all there was in the old computer. Since then I have put together a few computers and all of them got as much memory as I could afford, preferrably the maximum. That would be those 32k, right?
Wrong. It turned out that I could squeeze a little more onto a memory board: Circuit board Design[^]
That's a full little board and every pin of those ICs is used. It divides up the 32k area into two 16k areas and provides the logic to switch each of them between 256 memory pages.
Fully loaded, this board will give an 8 bit processor access to 2 x 256 x 16k memory (plus the 32k of the rest of the memory map). That's 8 Mb! I hope that will last a while.
Edit: I also found a way to integrate the page switching into the stack protocol for calling subroutines (plus mapping logical to physical pages). This way the code will not be aware that it's running in paged memory. I can call anything at any time and the code will not notice anything of the bank switching.
I have lived with several Zen masters - all of them were cats.
His last invention was an evil Lasagna. It didn't kill anyone, and it actually tasted pretty good.
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