Most setup guides for Nginx tell you the basics - apt-get a package, modify a few lines here and there, and you’ve got a web server! And, in most cases, a vanilla nginx install will work just fine for serving your website.
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“This is the first study to demonstrate in a laboratory setting what archeologists and evolutionary theorists have long suggested: that there is an important link between a society’s sociality and the sophistication of its technology,” says Muthukrishna, who co-authored the research with UBC
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Want to learn the negotiation tactics of an MBA? I’ve cleaned up and distilled notes from the excellent negotiating course I took in MBA school taught by MIT lecturer John Richardson.
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You might have heard of ‘Domain Authority’ (abbreviated: DA). Every single SEO and a lot of webmasters use that term. As it’s a bit self-explanatory, you can already get a basic idea about it going by its name.
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Update: This post has been updated with adding a new movie, “Jobs” after seeing the movie this week. I’ve always been taught that every thing you do, see or hear has something you can learn from. Movies probably are one of the most great examples of that.
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That’s what a senior manager said to my Phd student Paul Newbury. We laughed about it when he told me, but…. I actually hear this far too often. Any idiot can say yes to a project with a guaranteed 20% return. That’s not an experiment.
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Begin oktober 2013 publiceerde IBM haar rapport: The Customer-activated Enterprise. Het document bevat de inzichten van meer dan 4.000 C-level executives werkzaam in 70 landen in 20 verschillende industrieën.
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Few large, established companies anywhere in the world effectively reinvent themselves overnight. But Minneapolis-based Pentair did just that.
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HTML, the skeletal structure of the Internet. Perhaps unknowingly you have browsed through hundreds, if not thousands – even hundreds of thousands of HTML code. HTML dictates what that page you’re looking at displays. It formats the text to ensure it makes sense.
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