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  1. Useful list of VPN providers who are privacy focused. PIA is notably missing.
  2. A GitHub clone built in go that you run offline, 100% free & open source.
  3. Business Intelligence platform, cloud based, supposedly "the shit". Starts out free for up to 100GB of data then it's "talk to sales".
  4. Meteor hosting (maybe from the folks who make orion?). Spanish probably. Starts from $15/month. Doesn't include mongo.
  5. An API to send mail. Useful for address verification, etc. Used by CouchSurfing among others.
  6. The cheapest brand from OVH for dedicated servers.
  7. Setting ulimit on macOS Sierra. Super helpful.
  8. Remote mac servers. Mac minis start from $69/month with 24 hour free trial, instant activation.
  9. A SAAS API for building activity streams that supports features like follow, notifications, and so on. 3m events per month free.
  10. It's like meteor but meatier! A combination of rethinkdb, react, redux, and some other stuff to generate a comparable stack to meteor.
  11. A daily standup tool for teams. Free or $4/month (paid annually). Asks 3 simple questions, what did you do yesterday, what will you do today, what's blocking you. Virtual standups. Nice idea.
  12. New alternative to pingdom with super low pricing on a per check basis and some neat integrations. Looks good. Hat tip Mikael.
  13. An elastic search as a service provider with support for Frankfurt and Ireland, $25/mth per GB of memory. Looks like the cheapest, and one of the few in Frankfurt.
  14. Free service, point the A record of any domain to and they'll return a 301 to the www. version of the domain. Genius. Handy.
  15. Pretty slick looking deployment service. Automated or manual. Free for 1 repo, $15/month for 10 repos. Was, now rebranded.
  16. privbind runs an application as an unprivileged user after binding it to a privileged port. Great for running node on 80 for example...
  17. A rather interesting little tool for double nat traversal, uses some clever ICMP response / hacks. Smart.
  18. A modern, high performance, flexible SMTP server. Built with node.js, highly customisable, advertises significant scalability.
  19. Very helpful article that explains how to reboot 14.04 into single user mode even if it asks for a password. Trick is to add `init=/bin/bash` to the kernel line in grub. Booya.
  20. Paid localhost tunnelling option. Has some kind of free option I think, but also has paid plans. Probably pretty slick, haven't tried it.
  21. Pretty slick looking tunnels to localhost, seems to log the requests so they can be replayed, etc. More feature rich than localtunnel, but requires some weird install / download, has a paid version, and probably isn't open source.
  22. Genius. Npm install it `npm install -g localtunnel` then run `lt --port 8080` and it spits out an HTTPS url which will forward to localhost:8080. Free and incredibly useful.
  23. Automatic code review, including security and style, linked to GitHub. Nice.
  24. Super simple dashboard app, defaults to 2s refreshes and shows the last number. Could be useful in some cases. Supports many backends including InfluxDB, Graphite, more.
  25. Looks something like papertrail's event viewer, but maybe not as sophisticated. Built on top of node and socketio.

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