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My Alpine Desktop - Setting Up a Software Development Environment on Alpine Linux | OverOps Blog
I’m a big Linux fan, and enjoy experimenting with new environments, so I was very excited when I was tasked with porting the OverOps agent to native Alpine
alpine  desktop 
3 days ago
2017Q4HW: Desktop Monitor Roundup · naftuli.wtf
It’s Q4 of 2017 and I’m in the market for new hardware. I’ve been wanting new monitors for my desktop...
multi  monitor 
4 days ago
dnsmasq Everywhere · naftuli.wtf
dnsmasq is one of those pieces of software that you might not be familiar with. Personally, on all new deployments...
dns 
4 days ago
Linux RAM and Disk Hacking with ZRAM and BTRFS · naftuli.wtf
At a recent job, I faced a pretty bleak situation: my MacBook Pro had only 8 gigabytes of RAM and...
btrfs 
4 days ago
Build a Simple Persistent Key-Value Store in Elixir, using Logs - Part 2 - Elixir
In this part we'll do a step further, making both keys and values persistent, being able to recover the Index in the case of a failure.
elixir  log  file  binary 
5 days ago
Build a Simple Persistent Key-Value Store in Elixir, using Logs - Part 1 - Elixir
In this series of articles we will see the different concepts behind a key-values store (Logs, Segments, Compaction, Memtable, SSTable) implementing a simple engine in Elixir, which is a great language to build highly-concurrent and fault-tolerant architectures.
elixir  key  value  data  base  reader  writer 
5 days ago
DSLs for Ethereum Contracts
A good smart contract language is a $1 billion problem.
ethereum  racket  5* 
5 days ago
Implementing a NES Emulator in Rust
Recently, I made an emulator for the Nintendo Entertainment Console(NES) - a game console first released in 1983.
rust  game  emulator  4* 
5 days ago
Playing Together with Elixir Binaries-Strings :) – blackode – Medium
This article comprises of things that you’ll encounter while working with Strings and Raw bytes explaining with real situational examples. I tried to design the images, to focus on what we are…
elixir  binary  network  parser 
6 days ago
Mix Task Creation in Elixir Project – blackode – Medium
Here, we fly in the space of Elixir to create mix tasks in a mix project, including with docs and short docs. Soon, you will come to know what these docs are for. So, when you run the command mix…
elixir  task 
6 days ago
Johnny-Five: The JavaScript Robotics & IoT Platform
Johnny-Five is the JavaScript Robotics & IoT Platform
javascript  iot 
9 days ago
Hardening Compiler Flags for NixOS
Consulting & Support for the Nix ecosystem by Mayflower GmbH
nix  security 
10 days ago
Nix on the Jolla 1 (Sailfish OS armv7 phone) · fgaz
I recently managed to make the nix package manager work on my Jolla 1 phone. nixos.org only provides precompiled nix binaries and a binary cache for packages...
nix  arm 
11 days ago
nginxconfig.io
NGiИX configuration generator
nginx  configuration 
17 days ago
Network Configuration | networkd in CoreOS Container Linux
Container Linux machines are preconfigured with networking customized for each platform. Discover how to write your own networkd units with CoreOS.
systemd  network 
20 days ago
Setup a website on AWS with CoreOS and Docker :: kalbasit — Wael Nasreddine
Overview It’s been quite some time since I shared my knowledge and the daily challenges that I overcome. I always wanted to get back into writing as it has always been therapeutic for me.
Today, I’m going to talk about how this blog is being hosted. We will start from the top down by looking first at the application level, then we will take a look at the hosting, the deployment, the server and finally the cloud provisioning.
Micro-Containerized cluster The most ideal stac...
nix  amazon  deployment  static  blogs  micro  service 
21 days ago
CoinMarketCap API Documentation
Reference API documentation for the CoinMarketCap API
api  trading  data  bitcoin 
23 days ago
jaspervdj - Beeraffe
Personal home page and blog of Jasper Van der Jeugt.
game  purescript  4*  design  inspiration 
23 days ago
What email do you use? : linux
I'm trying to decide between Tutanota and mailbox.org. Both are located in Germany, which with GDPR and good privacy culture seems like a good fit...
reddit  email 
25 days ago
How To Set Up an NFS Mount on Ubuntu 14.04 | DigitalOcean
NFS is a remote file system protocol that allows you to mount remote shares on your local machine. In this guide, we will demonstrate how to use NFS on two Ubuntu 14.04 servers.
nfs  digital  ocean 
4 weeks ago
Reliable virtual servers | UltraVPS.eu
UltraVPS.eu offers powerful and reliable Virtual Servers (SAS VPS, SSD VPS and Storage VPS) in Germany, the Netherlands, United Kingdom, Lithuania, Moldawa and the USA.
vps  host  deployment 
4 weeks ago
The strange case of monetary policy in Grin — Dawid Ciężarkiewicz aka `dpc`
I am a crypto-finance enthusiast and though I am strongly skewed toward Bitcoin maximalism, I still try to follow the space looking for p...
rust  block  chain  bitcoin  finance 
4 weeks ago
Smart contracts and token economy without Blockchains — Dawid Ciężarkiewicz aka `dpc`
or: A token (even smart one) needs a blockchain, like a fish needs a bicycle. Image above: Tokenizing assets on a Blockchain Abstract ...
rust  bitcoin 
4 weeks ago
rust-bitcoin-indexer: How to interact with a blockchain — Dawid Ciężarkiewicz aka `dpc`
or: Notes on indexing blockchains A copy of this post can be found on rust-bitcoin-indexer wiki. Abstract: I have ventured on the quest...
rust  bitcoin 
4 weeks ago
Towards a better API for I/O – Permutive – Medium
The core premise of Iteratees (and their various derivatives such as fs2 in scala and pipes and conduit in haskell) is that there are 3 properties you should seek in an I/O API: Hopefully the first…
haskell  iteratee 
4 weeks ago
Load balancing Django
Benchmarks & Tips for Big Data, Hadoop, AWS, Google Cloud, PostgreSQL, Spark, Python & More...
load  balance  django  nginx  ssl  certificate  ansible  4* 
4 weeks ago
This gist will show you how to tune your Intel-based Skylake, Kabylake and beyond Integrated Graphics Core for performance and reliability through GuC and HuC firmware usage on Linux.
This gist will show you how to tune your Intel-based Skylake, Kabylake and beyond Integrated Graphics Core for performance and reliability through GuC and HuC firmware usage on Linux. - skylake-tuning-linux.md
gist  kernel  parameter  optimization  virtual  libvirt 
5 weeks ago
Rebuilding the Mission Impossible security system in Elixir on RaspberryPi | Erlang Solution blog
Yes, you've read that right. In this tutorial we are going to rebuild the amazing security system featured in the 1996 all time classic Mission Impossible. We will use a Raspberry Pi, lots of sensors and we'll write the code in Elixir.
nerves  embedded  electronics 
5 weeks ago
Elixir deployments on AWS – Mint Digital – Medium
If you spend any time around the Elixir community, it won’t be long before you come across mention of the state of deployments. As things stand at the start of 2017, they are a little on the rough…
elixir  amazon  deployment 
5 weeks ago
Stateful WebSockets with Elixir’s GenStage – Mint Digital – Medium
A colleague recently asked me how I might go about implementing incremental search against a third party API. While this is a well documented problem, there are a variety of ways to handle it, and I…
elixir  state  web  socket 
5 weeks ago
Bringing blockchain properties to the centralized government databases
Right now we are building a large project in a healthcare field for our government. There are lots of interesting tasks and I want to share our ideas on one of them — making sure that it’s…
elixir  block  chain 
5 weeks ago
Elixir Remote Debugging
Learn how to connect to a production Elixir node from the local shell and use the debugger GUI to set breakpoints and debug.
elixir  remote  debug 
5 weeks ago
Debugging & Tracing Elixir Applications · Dimitris Zorbas
Blog about programming of Dimitris Zorbas. Topics: Ruby, Elixir, Erlang, JavaScript, Linux
elixir  erlang  debug  5* 
5 weeks ago
Phoenix WebSockets Under a Microscope 🔬 · Dimitris Zorbas
Blog about programming of Dimitris Zorbas. Topics: Ruby, Elixir, Erlang, JavaScript, Linux
phoenix  web  socket  5* 
5 weeks ago
Serving Phoenix static assets from a CDN
Serving static assets in production
cdn  elixir  dns  c  name 
5 weeks ago
Running Nerves on Amazon EC2
Deploying the Nerves embedded Elixir system on Amazon EC2
nerves  amazon 
5 weeks ago
Wunderscan - Brian Carrigan
The personal blog of Brian Carrigan, software and electronics engineer.
elixir  embedded  electronics  5* 
5 weeks ago
How to Build a Back-Pressure Queuing System in Elixir with sbroker | Inside PSPDFKit
Tutorial on how to set up a back-pressure queuing system in Elixir with sbroker.
elixir  back  pressure 
5 weeks ago
Writing Lispex, a Lisp interpreter in Elixir – Faraz Haider – Medium
I started working with Elixir a few months back but never fully delved deep into the language’s intricacies. Elixir is a fairly recent language which runs on BEAM, the same VM which runs Erlang. So…
elixir  lisp  language  parser  lexer 
5 weeks ago
Web Scraping with lxml: What you need to know
In this post, you will learn how to use lxml and Python to scrape data from Steam. I will teach you the basics of XPath so that you can scrape data from any similar website easily. In the end, you will also learn how to generate a JSON output from your script. So what are you waiting for? Let's begin!
python  screen  scraping  4* 
5 weeks ago
Building a Real-Time App with Phoenix
More and more, users are coming to expect real-time features from the web apps they use. Whether it's a chat, a live game, a shared document or a push notification, we as developers are finding ourselves needing to go beyond standard HTTP requests to support real-time functionality. Phoenix, the web framework for Elixir, has real-time capability out of the box. It's fast, highly concurrent (thanks to the Erlang VM), fault-tolerant and super friendly towards distributed systems.</bloc...
phoenix  channel  real  time  web  socket  stream  5* 
5 weeks ago
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