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Python IPC (Inter Process Communication)

I’ve been experimenting with IPC (Inter Process Communication) in Python and as a result of this, have created samples that demonstrate how IPC can be implemented. They make use of the excellent mu

CentOS added to Lab Docker Images with Web Terminal

Recently I worked on some experimentation documented under Ubuntu Lab Docker Images with Web Terminal … In summary - Using a combination of Docker, Ubuntu, SSHD, TTYD and SupervisorD, I’ve created so

Ubuntu Lab Docker Images with Web Terminal

Using a combination of Docker, Ubuntu, SSHD, TTYD and SupervisorD, I’ve created some handy docker images, available via Docker Hub that can be used for quickly spinning up Ubuntu testing/lab systems.

Unexpected Fans with OpenSource Software

Three years ago, I embarked on an interesting effort where I needed to help my wife with an issue she was having with her University studies. As part of her research in studying Autism and Child Psy

Getting started with Apache Cassandra, Quickly

“The Apache Cassandra database is the right choice when you need scalability and high availability without compromising performance. Linear scalability and proven fault-tolerance on commodity hardwar

Ansible London Meetup 19th March 2019

The Ansible London Meet-up on the 19th March 2019, at the Sainsbury’s headquarters was a fantastic event with great speakers, covering aspects ranging from variable precedence, using the upstream AWX

Python Virtual Environments Masterclass

TL;DRThis tutorial gives a rapid primer of Python Virtual Environments and how to use them in your effectively in your Python programming endeavours. By the end you’ll know how to use Virtual Envir

MasteringAnsible.com Launched

Today I’ve launched masteringansible.com as per my previous post which outlines the process of how I created the site (using Hexo, Hexo-Admin, Hueman Theme, Docker and Github). The site acts as main r