I was researching about senior and accomplished computers scientists and came across a very good section on wikipedia. In this section Google’s earlier success was down to the following rules:
Don’t delegate: Do everything you can yourself to make things go faster.
Don’t get in the way if you’re not adding value: Let the people actually doing the work talk to each other while you go do something else.
Don’t be a bureaucrat
Ideas are more important than age: Just because someone is junior doesn’t mean they don’t deserve respect and cooperation.
The worst thing you can do is stop someone from doing something by saying, “No. Period.” If you say no, you have to help them find a better way to get it done.
Sometimes xmllint isnt available in default linux distros. However, you can install xmllint by typing the following:
(Tested on Ubuntu: 15.10)
apt-get install libxml2-utils
It is very easy to create to self-signed for a website, just use the following command in linux terminal or cygwin:
openssl req -x509 -nodes -days 365 -newkey rsa:2048 -keyout /root/private.key -out /root/private.crt
Tested in: CentOS 7, cygwin
You can send post request to a server easily via curl by typing the following in the terminal (ofcourse you will need to change the parameters):
curl --cookie "State=292b2992" -H "Content-Type: text/xml" -X POST -d '<test><value>1</value></test>' http://jahansyed.co.uk
-H : Allows you to set the headers
–cookie : This sends the cookie along with your POST request
There are seven run levels in a Linux systems. These run levels are:
0: Halt System
1: Single User Mode
2: Basic multi-user mode without NFS
3: Full multi-user mode
5: Multi user mode with GUI
You can switch (without rebooting the machine) to any of these run levels by running init command followed by the runlevel id.