Yesterday I was talking to some friends about Bash and I realized that, even though I’ve been using Bash for more than 10 years now there are still a few basic quirks about it that are not totally obvious to me. So as usual I thought I’d write a blog post.
Writing the Grammar and Parser in Ruby first has the advantage of interactivity. Ruby is interpreted and has a very quick startup time. To get going I’ll start writing a JSON parser.
The Alpine Linux distribution was born as a fork of the LEAF (Linux Embedded Appliance Framework) project, which itself was a fork of an extremely tiny distro, the now-defunct Linux Router Project (LRP).
In Part One of my article on big, bad mistakes in configuration management, I reviewed the dangers of using the wrong tools for the configuration management job.
By Richard Powell, Frontend Engineer at Server Density. Published on the 29th March, 2017. For 2 years Server Density used Backbone and Rickshaw to render server and website monitoring data into time-series charts.
The Helm package manager for the Kubernetes orchestration engine has been updated, simplifying commands and reducing external dependencies in order to make it easier than ever to deploy applications on K8s clusters.
Include better instructions for yanking whole lines.