Monthly Archives: August 2018

Kubenetes – Example of Kubenetes

https://blog.octo.com/en/how-does-it-work-kubernetes-episode-1-kubernetes-general-architecture/ https://blog.octo.com/en/how-does-it-work-kubernetes-episode-2-kubernetes-networking/ https://blog.octo.com/en/how-does-it-work-kubernetes-episode-3-infrastructure-as-code-the-tools-of-the-trade/ https://blog.octo.com/en/how-does-it-work-kubernetes-episode-4-how-to-ansible-your-coreos-and-etcd/ https://blog.octo.com/en/how-does-it-work-kubernetes-episode-5-master-and-worker-at-last/ Advertisements

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Docker – difference RUN, CMD and ETRYPOINT

1. CMD vs ENTRYPOINT The ENTRYPOINT specifies a command that will always be executed when the container starts. The CMD specifies arguments that will be fed to the ENTRYPOINT. 2. RUN vs CMD RUN – command triggers while we build … Continue reading

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Java – Loading an entire Cassandra table in parallel

Sometimes, it is required to load all rows in the Cassandra table but it is very slow if loading is performed by a single thread. Let’s say we have the following table in Cassandra If we load the entire table … Continue reading

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C++ 17 – Generative Programming in C++ 17

Interesting generative programming in C++ 17. I think that this explains why compile time reflection and declarative programming approach is required for clean and readable code in C++.

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