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title: Fully Linoded
tagline: Blog moved to linode
category: Web
+keywords: linode shift jekyll
---
-Today I moved this blog to a personal VPS at linode. I feel a significant performance increase. I have grown very fond of linode, it was I must say it was fun to configure a LAMP stack, and then moving my blog here from wordpress.com. While I was at it I also installed the Rails framework(which I haven't tested yet). <a href="http://www.linode.com"><img class="alignleft" title="linode" src="http://www.linode.com/images/linode_logo_gray.png" alt="" width="288" height="65" /></a>The overall experience has been very knowledgeable. I thought it will be a pain to set everything up but thanks to the extensive documentation and an amazing community it turned out to be a piece of cake. Also its VPS so does not occupy space meaning cleaner greener environment. I would write more but I am too tired. I am happy and feel like a newly turned vegan so I am gonna leave you with a video I happen to like. Cheers
+Today I moved this blog to a personal VPS at linode. I feel a significant performance increase. I have grown very fond of linode, it was I must say it was fun to configure a LAMP stack, and then moving my blog here from wordpress.com. While I was at it I also installed the Rails framework(which I haven't tested yet). <a href="http://www.linode.com"><img class="left" title="linode" src="http://www.linode.com/images/linode_logo_gray.png" alt="" width="288" height="65" /></a>The overall experience has been very knowledgeable. I thought it will be a pain to set everything up but thanks to the extensive documentation and an amazing community it turned out to be a piece of cake. Also its VPS so does not occupy space meaning cleaner greener environment. I would write more but I am too tired. I am happy and feel like a newly turned vegan so I am gonna leave you with a video I happen to like. Cheers
<iframe src="http://player.vimeo.com/video/32619522?color=E6B112" width="400" height="225" frameborder="0" webkitAllowFullScreen mozallowfullscreen allowFullScreen></iframe><p><a href="http://vimeo.com/32619522">Be a Vegetarian</a> from <a href="http://vimeo.com/glossyrey">GLOSSYREY</a> on <a href="http://vimeo.com">Vimeo</a>.</p>
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title: The Road to Rails
tagline: ...
category: Ruby on Rails
+keywords: ruby rails
---
Ali's Blog
Stardate [-28]5546.73
-After having a few adventures with PHP and Asp.net MVC I decided to give the framework known as Ruby on Rails a try. It has gained quite a lot of hype being open source (<a href="https://github.com/rails/rails">github link</a>). I wanted to see whats the big fuss about so I gave it a try. I installed it on my system(s) and played around with it a little and what i saw would seem to be magic to a layman(offcourse if he had an IQ level that could understand how web applications work, which I doubt.).The framework was able to generate well structured applications with all the basic functions on the fly. !http://rubyonrailsdevelopment.pl/wp-content/uploads/2010/06/rails-300x2313.png! I could run a command and generate a Model(you don't know what a model is? Google it). I did not had to write a single piece of SQL code, my objects were persistant which means all the db level work was already taken care of. At some point I would ask myself "What sorcery is this?". Yes, thats how good everything seemed. Changes I made to the code were reflected instantaneously. I learnt what it meant to be a Model, View and a Controller. Upon some further research I learnt that behind Rails is a philosophy. The philosophy has three points:
+After having a few adventures with PHP and Asp.net MVC I decided to give the framework known as Ruby on Rails a try. It has gained quite a lot of hype being open source (<a href="https://github.com/rails/rails">github link</a>). I wanted to see whats the big fuss about so I gave it a try. I installed it on my system(s) and played around with it a little and what i saw would seem to be magic to a layman(offcourse if he had an IQ level that could understand how web applications work, which I doubt.).The framework was able to generate well structured applications with all the basic functions on the fly. !(right)http://rubyonrailsdevelopment.pl/wp-content/uploads/2010/06/rails-300x2313.png! I could run a command and generate a Model(you don't know what a model is? Google it). I did not had to write a single piece of SQL code, my objects were persistant which means all the db level work was already taken care of. At some point I would ask myself "What sorcery is this?". Yes, thats how good everything seemed. Changes I made to the code were reflected instantaneously. I learnt what it meant to be a Model, View and a Controller. Upon some further research I learnt that behind Rails is a philosophy. The philosophy has three points:
* Thou shalt not repeat yourself. DRY(dont repeat yourself).
* Thou shalt believe in convention over configuration.
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title: The Web, the Devs and Support
category: Thoughts
+keywords: web development support internet
---
-There is one thing I really thank God for and that is the modern day Web. The way information is available was once a <img class="alignright" title="Internet" src="http://picol.org/images/icons/files/png/128/internet_128.png" alt="" width="128" height="128" />dream. My Software Engineering Professor, who is an ex-Software Dev recalls that when they used to encounter a developer's block, it was nearly impossible to find reference or help like we do to today on the Internet. They had to go through manuals, books and talk to other experienced Devs who did not help easily. The world has changed now, information flows like the niagra falls. You can sit in your room, think about starting a business, in a couple of days do some R &amp; D and in a few weeks have a successful virtual business that not only ensures your financial security but also helps you network with other businesses. Offcourse luck is a big factor here.
+There is one thing I really thank God for and that is the modern day Web. The way information is available was once a <img class="right" title="Internet" src="http://picol.org/images/icons/files/png/128/internet_128.png" alt="" width="128" height="128" />dream. My Software Engineering Professor, who is an ex-Software Dev recalls that when they used to encounter a developer's block, it was nearly impossible to find reference or help like we do to today on the Internet. They had to go through manuals, books and talk to other experienced Devs who did not help easily. The world has changed now, information flows like the niagra falls. You can sit in your room, think about starting a business, in a couple of days do some R &amp; D and in a few weeks have a successful virtual business that not only ensures your financial security but also helps you network with other businesses. Offcourse luck is a big factor here.
So Thank you Web! For crawling out of your shell and making things easier. Also no thanks to you for turning most of my friends into couch potatoes.
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title: HTML5 and CSS3-getting on with it
tagline: Part 1
category: Web
+keywords: html5 learning css3 new section doctype nav
---
<p style="text-align: center;"><img class="aligncenter" title="html 5" src="http://www.w3.org/html/logo/downloads/HTML5_Logo_512.png" alt="" width="473" height="473" /></p>
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title: Checkbox Control for iOS
tagline: UICheckbox Control
category: iOS
+keywords: ios checkbox iphone reusable
---
If you are an iOS developer then you do know that iOS doest not have a checbox control. Yes, you can can use the UISwitch to work out for you but still, we all know how cool checkboxes can be. So here is a little Gist of code to help you implement your own UICheckbox Control. You can use it in your Custom TableView Cells even. Enjoy:
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layout: post
Title: Push a Local Git Branch to Remote Repository
category: Git
+keywords: git branch push origin
---
This post is for those who are new to the Git System. I am going to show how to create a new branch of a git repo, push it to remote repo and finally check it out on another machine.
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layout: post
title: Startup Weekend Lahore
category: Events
+keywords: lahore startup weekend
---
!(aligncenter)/images/startup-weekend.png!
I have never seen so many entrepreneurs under one roof ever in my life. I always wanted to to go to one of them techcrunch's disrupts to meet with others like me and network. I never imagined I would get the chance to attend an even more awesome event in my own country.

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