Posts Tagged ‘informatics’

Spanish Constitution

Juan Bautista Aznar, last head of government of Alfonso XIII, summed up in one sentence the successful seizure of the municipal elections of April 12, 1931: Spain to bed and woke republican monarchy. The seizure, change, uncertainty and surprise of the population at that time are comparable to that of many journalists in the so-called multimedia groups each morning flicking through their newspapers to find out, before adding the shrimp, which are the business slogans the time and who are the friends and enemies who according to the newspaper’s editorial line, if it has changed while they were sleeping.

Nobody knows for sure when it started this systematic alignment after the flags of the large publishing companies small, fortunately, remain immune to this dangerous sickness, or when caught on this by military structure that becomes obsolete the well-meaning concepts of confidentiality and the conscience clause, collected with careful care in the Spanish Constitution by Miquel Roca and other Founding Fathers that drive them. In that blessed Franco’s political transition, longed for by the naive and attracted high hopes that each journalist had his own soul in his cupboard, with no iron business is appropriate. Therefore, in those days of nomadic freedom, journalists now changed according to the dictates of their professional approach and generous corporate claims. Now, however, with an ominous terminology imported from the racecourses, the journalists of the major groups belonging to a particular block or other change of iron and livestock can be interpreted as treason, felony or fall even under the suspicion of perversion even greater.

Java Servlets

However, the stability of Linux, according to many (including me) has no comparison, and the LAMP platform (Linux, Apache, MySQL and PHP) is a safe bet for anyone. Obviously, not everything is reduced to ASP, ASP. NET or PHP, and many developers using languages such as Perl, Java Servlets (JSP) and CGI, widely used for their speed of execution (though that of the interpreted languages like PHP is now excellent). However, the use of several languages complicates the maintenance and management,

We entered SPACE characteristics that, first sight, are of most interest to the contracting parties. The first refers to the amount of Mbytes or Gbytes of storage available on the hosting server to host the content. Both in this section as in the following we have to pay attention to the fine print: If you hire a figure somewhat adjusted to our needs and they grow, each Mbyte more we will come out of the carau eojo.

For this reason, we must be careful to err on the side. MONTHLY DATA TRANSFER intimately linked to the preceding, this property determines the amount of information that visitors can download from our website. Each visit involves a download because, at least, you get the page and its images. It is pure mathematics: if our home is 1 Mbyte and enter thousand visitors a month, we’re talking about a 1GB monthly traffic.