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. But without ENTRYPOINT, CMD can execute the command as well. 2. … 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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