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This is a place where we describe problems we face at AtlasHost and how we resolve them.
Our main scope of interest includes JIRA, Java, Ruby, Linux, FreeBSD and open source.

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 » ´╗┐Java Web Start complains about unsigned JARs, Aug 2011

You are developing a secure Java Web Start (JNLP) application, you sign JARs with jarsigner tool, you have a valid certificate but some people still get Found unsigned entry in resource error message although your JARs are signed and jarsigner -verify accepts them. Did you encounter this problem too?

 » Ruby on Rails - a static site generator, Feb 2011

Creating a website with Ruby on Rails is just fun. You get lots of things out of the box so that you don’t have to reinvent the wheel. The only thing you have to do is to focus on creating the website. I use Rails both for static and dynamic sites. Hold on, what do you mean by “static” if every Rails application is dynamic? Just consider static every website that can be generated once and served forever.

 » Lightweight blogging with Jekyll, Feb 2011

Privately, we are passionate about software development and open source. Apart from providing a reasonable hosting of Atlassian tools, we want to contribute to community a bit. This is why we decided to run a blog after getting the most important things with AtlasHost done.