Archive for the ‘Blogging’ Category

LinkedIN Publishing Platform – Bugs and Issues to Know

Wednesday, October 7th, 2015

It’s brilliant that LinkedIN created an integrated publishing platform. It’s been a huge success and has allowed many talented writers and experts across many industries to publish and share their knowledge with the communities who would most likely be interested in it. (more…)

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Dell Enterprise Forum Think Tank at DEF 2013

Wednesday, June 12th, 2013

Answering customer questions during the Dell Networking S5000 hands-on lab

Answering customer questions during the Dell Networking S5000 hands-on lab

Dell Enterprise Forum (DEF) 2013 was a great experience; I had a blast conducting the Dell Networking S5000 converged switch hands-on lab and talking to customers/partners. (more…)

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Humair’s Blog – Finally Removed the Registration Requirement for Leaving Comments

Saturday, February 9th, 2013

Apologies for getting this done so late. I have had many requests in the past to remove the registration requirement for leaving comments. I get a ton of spam mail and spam comments, and that was the main reason for this requirement. Spam was really a pain; I also had to manually delete the spam and then search for and approve legitimate comments – I found out the hard way that I do not have enough time for this. Today I finally got around to implementing a spam filter (which as of yet remains to be seen how well it works). For now, no more registration required and no more moderation. (more…)

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HumairAhmed.com: Top 500,000 Websites in US – Not Bad for a Blog!

Wednesday, December 28th, 2011

BloggingWell, it looks like I’ve finally broken into the top 500,000 websites in the US in terms of traffic according to Alexa. Not bad for a semi-periodically updated blog I suppose. Most sites, especially personal blogs, don’t even make the ranking let alone break the 1,000,000 barrier. My global ranking is still around 4,000,000 to 5,000,000, which is still good for a blog. (more…)

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