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I realized I’d missed doing this, so… here we go again 😉 Tools ggreer/the_silver_searcher: A code-searching tool similar to ack, but faster. monochromegane/the_platinum_searcher: A code search tool similar to ack and the_silver_searcher(ag). It supports multi platforms and multi encodings. junegunn/fzf: A command-line fuzzy finder written in Go Lightworks: The professional editor for everyone Tabula: Extract …
When last we saw our intrepid hero, he was busily working with Raspberry Pi. With but a couple days notice, he was swept off to a knee surgeon. The surgery, itself, went well. However, I developed a secondary infection which threw me for a loop. I’m feeling better and finally getting back to it. Kudos …
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I’m speaking at a Meetup with DevOps Columbus http://meetu.ps/2HsLPg The topic is about Docker, the cloud, and raspberry pi.
Here’s the first in a series of building a robust docker swarm of raspberry pi hosts. This installment goes through installing the Pi(s), modifiying the Docker Daemon config, and starting up a test to verify that everyone can join the cluster. The cluster which I am using consists of Raspberry Pi B+ x 5 Raspberry …
If you can, help others; if you cannot do that, at least do not harm them. — Dalai Lama Over the past couple of years I’ve been trying to put into words my thoughts regarding the type of company where I’d like to work. There are companies I would not consider working for — their …
Generally GO executables are advertised as statically linked.
And they are, mostly, except for those times where they aren’t.
This is about one of those times, and what I discovered in the process.
I’ve been interested in Linux Containers for quite a while; I think that they have their sweet spot where they are better than virtual instances — in particular they require less resources. I am working on a framework to use linux containers for on-demand computing — increasing or decreasing instances of applications as needed. I …