Posts Tagged ‘LinkedIn’ – Weekly Blogs on Networking, Technology, and Silicon Valley

Friday, June 9th, 2017

Silicon ValleyI started blogging about everything Tech related back in 2008 when I moved to the Silicon Valley area (an interesting story I will write about later), because I loved technology and wanted to share my knowledge and experiences with others and that really was the main and only driver; you can look at at the archives on my site starting in 2008. (more…)


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…)


W3C Feed Validation Service and Markup Validation Service

Thursday, December 8th, 2011

W3CThe W3C Feed Validation Service is a very useful tool to validate the syntax of Atom or RSS feeds. I just used it to determine why my LinkedIn WordPress application could no longer connect to my WordPress RSS feed. (more…)


LinkedIn’s Engineering Process using JIRA

Monday, November 10th, 2008

LinkedInThe first session/lecture I attended at Silicon Valley Code Camp 2008 was “LinkedIn’s Engineering Process using JIRA.” The speaker, Daniel Francisco, Project Manager for LinkedIn’s Content Distribution and Networks team (CDN), gave a brief overview of CDN’s engineering process and LinkedIn’s agile software development methodology. (more…)