Justin Kulesza

Understanding “Not Set,” “Not Provided,” and “Content Targeting” in Google Analytics


almost 4 years ago by Justin Kulesza on Atomic Spin.
Recently, I’ve been doing a lot of work with customers interpreting Google Analytics (GA) data. A frequent confusion surrounds the appearance of ...

Converting UTF-8 to the 7-bit GSM Default Alphabet


over 5 years ago by Justin Kulesza on Atomic Spin.
As blogged about previously, the SME Toolkit has a feature which allows integration with telephone companies to send SMS messages via the SMPP protocol...

Protecting Your Intellectual Property: the New XXX Top-Level Domain


over 5 years ago by Justin Kulesza on Atomic Spin.
Recently, ICANN, the entity responsible for managing the top-level domain space, approved the creation of a new top-level domain (TLD). A TLD is at the...

Creating a Custom Yum Repository for Puppet


over 5 years ago by Justin Kulesza on Atomic Spin.
Mike English and myself have been preparing to deploy Puppet to help manage our infrastructure. Puppet is a Ruby-based server automation tool for *nix...

Splitting a SVN Repository


over 5 years ago by Justin Kulesza on Atomic Spin.
Occasionally, a subversion repository may start to become too large and cumbersome to work with easily. If the repository contains a large amount of data...

Creating a Custom Yum Repository for Puppet


over 5 years ago by Justin Kulesza on Atomic Spin.
Mike English and myself have been preparing to deploy Puppet to help manage our infrastructure. Puppet is a Ruby-based server automation tool for *nix...

Setting Up a Network Share – Part I: NFS


over 5 years ago by Justin Kulesza on Atomic Spin.
Recently, Mike English and myself needed to set up a rather simple network share which could be used for storing and sharing documents, image artifacts...

Safeguarding Your Productivity


over 5 years ago by Justin Kulesza on Atomic Spin.
Recently, my Mac greeted me with a kernel panic (an unusual occurrence for most people). It seems that one of the RAM modules in my Mac failed. It shouldn...

Load Balancing and Reverse Proxying with Nginx


~5 years ago by Justin Kulesza on Atomic Spin.
Nginx is a modern, open-source, high-performance web server. It is capable of handling a huge number of concurrent client connections easily (see the C10K...

Setting up BIND9 and DHCP3 on Ubuntu with Dynamic DNS


~5 years ago by Justin Kulesza on Atomic Spin.
I recently built an internal DNS/DHCP server which I wanted to support Dynamic DNS updates. This can sometimes be a bit of a challenge depending on the...