This is the third and final part of a three-part series: Part 1 describes the required setup and how to get Apache Mesos Master and Agent running in two Vagrant VMs; Part 2 shows how to connect to the HTTP API and accept resource offers. This series is an extended (and updated) version of the … More A python notebook to experiment with the Apache Mesos HTTP API – Part 3 of 3
This is the second part of a three-part series: Part 1 describes the required setup and how to get Apache Mesos Master and Agent running in two Vagrant VMs This series is an extended (and updated) version of the talk I gave at MesosCon Europe 2015 updated for Apache Mesos 1.0.0, which has just been … More A python notebook to experiment with the Apache Mesos HTTP API – Part 2 of 3
This is the first of a series of three articles that shows how to setup a Vagrant-based Apache Mesos test/development environment on your laptop; then how to run a Python notebook against the HTTP API; and finally, how to launch Docker containers on the running Agent VM. It is pretty jam-packed and requires a certain … More A python notebook to experiment with the Apache Mesos HTTP API – Part 1 of 3
Make your code more pythonic by using magic methods in your classes. … More Python Magic Methods
overview Uses OpenSSL library to encrypt a file using a private/public key pair and a one-time secret. A full description of the process can be found here. configuration This uses a YAML file to describe the configuration; by default it assumes it is in /etc/filecrypt/conf.yml but its location can be specified using the -f flag. … More filecrypt – OpenSSL file encryption
A new (remastered) set of Ardis icons for Ubuntu desktop has recently been released, and they are a very pretty eye-candy (working really well with the Ambiance Crunchy theme – favor the green variant).
This is the post on github and it shows a few useful and worthy features have been added. To install on Ubuntu 14.04 (and newer – possibly older too, but I haven’t tested it): sudo add-apt-repository ppa:git-core/ppa sudo apt-get update && sudo apt-get install git then you should see the newest version: $ git –version … More Git 2.9 has been released