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Grumpy French DevOps Dude Talks Docker

Grumpy French DevOps Dude Talks Docker

Jerome Petazzoni works for Docker Inc. and is the goto guy for all things Docker. According to him, if you get under his skin, he will also replace you with a very small shell script. Petazzoni gave this talk as part of Cerner’s Tech Talk series and explains the quick evolution of Docker from being written in Python to being ...

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Couchbase, Clocker, Weave, Apache Brooklyn | Alex Heneveld, Munich

Couchbase, Clocker, Weave, Apache Brooklyn|Alex Heneveld, Munich

Alex Heneveld is the CTO of Cloudsoft, an open source application management company which aims to accelerate cloud adoption by providing a platform where businesses do not lose control but are still able to fully exploit the cloud. At the Munich Couchbase Meetup in November, Heneveld spoke about the Apache Brooklyn project (go to 12:57) (currently the only automatic open source ...

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5 Tips About Learning Programming, Kerri Miller | RubyConf 2014, San Diego

welcome to newbie

For the mere mortals amongst us that are not commercial level developers (at least not yet..), I thought this talk by Kerri Miller at RubyConf, SanDiego provided some gentle reassurance that most of the frustrations that jab you in the side while finding your way around technologies and tools are completely normal! Miller’s points carry weight in that she used ...

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How To Organise And Run Your Own Hackathon

How To Organise And Run Your Own Hackathon

Thinking of running your own Hackathon? Peter Morano is the Hackathon Chair for SocialDevCamp and currently Vice President of Engineering at InContext Solutions. Dice News took the opportunity to quiz Peter about the key things to think about in creating the best possible Hackathon experience for everybody, whether it is for educational or social reasons. Hackathons have become an insanely ...

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Brewbot Automates Brewing Beer From Your Smartphone

Brewbot Allows You To Brew Beer From Your Smartphone

Anyone that has brewed beer from home will know how tough it can be to produce beer that not only tastes good but is consistent across batches. Even extract kit beers can be tricky let alone brewing from scratch. Cue Brewbot, a bunch of Designers and Developers from Northern Ireland that love to brew. They have created an app which ...

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Y Combinator Turns Startup Ideas Into Businesses

Y Combinator Turns Startup Ideas Into Businesses

Y Combinator, named after a construct in the theory of functional programming, makes it easier for people to power startups and is widely regarded as the top incubator for tech startups. When Y Combinator consider Venture Capital, they are talking about providing the advice, connections, investment and everything needed to turn great ideas into viable businesses as risk mitigation for ...

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Clef Makes Sure You’ll Never Forget A Password Again

You’ll Never Forget A Password Again With Clef Login App

Clef is my new favourite app! I spend a lot of time on WordPress in between devices which means that I get logged out a lot, have to log back in, forget my password, have to change it, go back into email occasionally get logged out of that, need a new password there so overall it uses up valuable writing ...

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How Machine Learning Will Change Our World, Jeremy Howard, Melbourne Data Science

How Machine Learning Will Change Our World. Jeremy Howard, Melbourne Data Science

This post aims to cram in a synopsis of Jeremy Howard’s talk at the inaugural Data Science Melbourne MeetUp at Inspire9 in Richmond on 12th May so may be a little disjointed in it’s flow. Jeremy freestyled his delivery once he had established from the members pretty quickly with a show of hands what it was he should be talking ...

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