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Road to Modern Ops | Atlas by HashiCorp
Road to Modern Ops is an interactive curriculum to guide organizations to modern, automated operations through a simple step-by-step process.
devops  reference  tech  tutorial  hashicorp  vagrant  terraform  packer  consul 
march 2016 by davewongillies
Docker for Beginners
Learn to build and deploy your distributed applications easily to the cloud with Docker
deployment  ops  tutorial  docker 
january 2016 by davewongillies
Rust by Example
Rust by Example is a collection of examples that illustrate various Rust concepts and the standard libraries.
examples  programming  reference  tutorial  rust 
may 2015 by davewongillies
Vim University
Screencasts and Articles for Serious Vim Students
tips  screencast  tutorial  vim 
february 2012 by davewongillies
Documentation | Puppet Labs - Learning Puppet
this series is less about how to use Puppet than it is about how to become a Puppet user
puppet  sysadmin  tutorial  documentation 
august 2011 by davewongillies
Learn to code | Codecademy
Codecademy is the easiest way to learn how to code. It's interactive, fun, and you can do it with your friends.
programming  javascript  online  tutorial  learning  todo 
august 2011 by davewongillies
Forever For Now - UML Diagrams Using Graphviz Dot
This article is about using the dot tool from the Graphviz package to automatically generate UML diagrams on the fly. We'll take a look at modelling packages, classes, attributes, methods and associations which already covers a fair subset of the class diagrams in UML.
graphviz  tutorial  howto  diagrams  graphs  graphics  visualization 
august 2011 by davewongillies
The Java™ Tutorials
The Java Tutorials are practical guides for programmers who want to use the Java programming language to create applications. They include hundreds of complete, working examples, and dozens of lessons. Groups of related lessons are organized into "trails".
java  programming  toread  tutorial  documentation  howto 
august 2011 by davewongillies
Perl - Learn Perl in about 2 hours 30 minutes
Perl is a dynamic, dynamically-typed, high-level, scripting (interpreted) language most comparable with PHP and Python. Perl's syntax owes a lot to ancient shell scripting tools, and it is famed for its overuse of confusing symbols, the majority of which are impossible to Google for. Perl's shell scripting heritage makes it great for writing glue code: scripts which link together other scripts and programs. Perl is ideally suited for processing text data and producing more text data. Perl is widespread, popular, highly portable and well-supported. Perl was designed with the philosophy "There's More Than One Way To Do It" (TMTOWTDI) (contrast with Python, where "there should be one - and preferably only one - obvious way to do it").
toread  perl  programming  tutorial 
august 2011 by davewongillies
Introduction to Databases and MySQL - Google Code University - Google Code
This tutorial covers the basics of databases and MySQL. The pre-requisites are access to a MySQL database.
mysql  toread  tutorial  database 
may 2011 by davewongillies
The Node Beginner Book » A comprehensive Node.js tutorial
The aim of this document is to get you started with developing applications for Node.js, teaching you everything you need to know about "advanced" JavaScript along the way. It goes way beyond your typical "Hello World" tutorial.
node.js  javascript  tutorial 
may 2011 by davewongillies
Using Git with a central repository
This tutorial explains how to share a Git repository among developers. It is meant for small teams who are adopting Git for the first time, and want to get started quickly with a familiar setup before exploring Git's many new possibilities.
tutorial  git  scm  repository 
april 2010 by davewongillies
Ruby in Twenty Minutes
This is a small Ruby tutorial that should take no more than 20 minutes to complete.
ruby  tutorial 
march 2010 by davewongillies
Arduino Tutorial
Learn electronics and microcontrollers using Arduino!
electronics  tutorial  arduino  todo 
december 2009 by davewongillies
SQLite Tutorial
This article explores the power and simplicity of sqlite3, starting with common commands and triggers.
sqlite  tutorial  database  howto 
may 2009 by davewongillies
Programming in C
UNIX System Calls and Subroutines using C.
howto  tutorial  learning  language  c  c++ 
april 2009 by davewongillies
C programming.com
Your Resource for C and C++ Programming
howto  programming  tutorial  learning  language  c  c++ 
april 2009 by davewongillies
Centralize user accounts with OpenLDAP
OpenLDAP on Red Hat provides secure, reliable account management
tutorial  linux  openldap  ldap  sysadmin  howto 
april 2009 by davewongillies
Syslogging with Perl
Fortunately, it's pretty easy to log your perl messages to Syslog, using a module called Sys::Syslog. It's a part of the standard module distribution, so chances are you have it already installed.
sysadmin  tutorial  perl  syslog 
february 2009 by davewongillies
Haugen's Tech Tips Wiki » Social Bookmarking
Tap into great web sites 
for your students 
and yourself!
tutorial  delicious  education 
january 2009 by davewongillies
YouTube - Wii - WAD Manager - Free VC / Wiiware games - Tutorial N.4 ( works with 3.4 )
With the WAD Manager you can install on your Wii free Virtual console, wiiware games and Injected roms!
gaming  nintendo  wii  videos  youtube  hacks  tutorial 
december 2008 by davewongillies
jQuery and JavaScript Coding: Examples and Best Practices | How-To | Smashing Magazine
The article will explore what constitutes best practices with regard to Javascript and, furthermore, why jQuery is a good choice of a framework to implement best practices.
javascript  jquery  programming  tutorial  tips 
november 2008 by davewongillies
swatch: Automated Log Monitoring for the Vigilant but Lazy
Sifting through logs every day, looking for trouble, could leave little time for anything else—swatch helps.
sysadmin  monitoring  logging  swatch  tutorial 
november 2008 by davewongillies
Digital Web Magazine - Everything You Know About CSS Is Wrong
When released, Internet Explorer 8 will support many new values for the CSS display property, including the table-related values: table, table-row, and table-cell—and it’s the last major browser to come on board with this support. This event will mark the end of complex CSS layout techniques, and will be the final nail in the coffin of using HTML tables for layout. Finally, producing table-like grid layouts using CSS will be quick and easy.
webdesign  css  xhtml  tutorial  tables 
october 2008 by davewongillies
Monitor file system activity with inotify
Inotify is a Linux® feature that monitors file system operations, such as read, write, and create. Inotify is reactive, surprisingly simple to use, and far more efficient than, say, busy polling from a cron job. Learn how to integrate inotify into your own applications, and discover a set of command-line tools you can use to further automate system administration.
linux  tutorial  sysadmin  inotify 
september 2008 by davewongillies
PERL Tutorial - Introduction
This tutorial will be covering the PERL syntax and should provide you with a very solid foundation of PERL for you to build upon
tutorial  scripting  perl 
september 2008 by davewongillies
Writing udev rules
udev is targeted at Linux kernels 2.6 and beyond to provide a userspace solution for a dynamic /dev directory, with persistent device naming.
howto  linux  hardware  tutorial  kernel  udev 
may 2008 by davewongillies
Curious Inventor - Guides : How to Solder
he goal of this guide is to explain how to solder electronic components, and also provide some guidance on choosing tools and materials.
tutorial  electronics 
april 2008 by davewongillies
UNIX tips: Learn 10 good UNIX usage habits
Adopt 10 good habits that improve your UNIX® command line efficiency -- and break away from bad usage patterns in the process.
linux  shell  sysadmin  tutorial 
march 2008 by davewongillies
The heartbeat+ldirectord solution for LVS
The ldirectord (Linux Director Daemon) written by Jacob Rief is a stand-alone daemon to monitor services of real servers, currently http and https service. It is simple to install and it works with the heartbeat code.
lca08  linux  clustering  tutorial 
january 2008 by davewongillies
Red Hat Enterprise Linux Performance Tuning
an introduction to the tools and techniques that an experienced System Administrator can employ to get the best performance from Red Hat Enterprise Linux.
howto  linux  performance  redhat  rhel  tutorial  sysadmin 
march 2007 by davewongillies
OpenOffice.org Training, Tips, and Ideas
OpenOffice training, tutorials, and discussions. It's the free Microsoft Office compatible office suite.
blogs  openoffice  tips  tutorial  office 
january 2007 by davewongillies
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