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Charles Butler
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Awesome talk by Katco about keeping it simple! Love the return to basics, and deep dive into boiling away the complexity of developers writing GoLang.  Must see TV for the whole dev family.
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New gear arrived today. Massive upgrade from the beginner deck i've been futzing with. Cant wait to get this beast mapped in mixxx and try my hand at the latest list i've been failing at miserably.
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With the variety of Music creation tools out there, it feels like you need something to bridge that gap... a launchpad for all your things of music. Enter the Minim #freaking   #amazing   #iwant  
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Reminder to all customers and users of Ubuntu: As of yesterday, Ubuntu 14.10 is EOL, and will no longer receive security updates.

Any customers still running 14.10 should strongly be urged to upgrade to 15.04 (Vivid). Instructions and caveats for the upgrade may be found at:

https://help.ubuntu.com/community/VividUpgrades
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this is so awesome
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Real, reproducible benchmarks of real workloads on public clouds... check.

With public infrastructure services now mainstream, the real question isn't if you should be using the cloud, it's which cloud, and for which workloads. A lot of that is policy - contracts, security, jurisdictions. But a lot of it is pure engineering economics - how much bang are you going to get for your buck on each cloud.

cloud-benchmarking.org is a public repository of reproducible benchmarks for popular workloads. It's unusual in that the workloads are defined as usable juju charms; that means you can spin them up from scratch at scale yourself, you can trust that the results will reflect your actual usage, and there are no little gotchas encoded in special images that are hand-tuned and unrealistic. You genuinely can spin up the same topology of services at scale on any cloud you might care about, and verify the results yourself. Then you can share your results and add to the pool of public knowledge about real workload performance across the public infrastructure services.

Awesome, useful work.
or how we created cross-cloud tunable, repeatable benchmarks for everybody. by Adam Israel. tl;dr - We achieved better Cassandra performance on GCE vs. Amazon, at close to half the cost. When we decided to start the process of benchmarking across different clouds, Cassandra stood out as a great ...
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Who's ready for the #kubernetes  1.0 launch? I know #juju  is - Here's a breakdown of the ecosystem from the perspective of a consumer and a contributor. We <3 all feedback. 
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+silver65536  and +Gennadiy Dubina  I am on of the developers on the Kubernetes project along with +Charles Butler. Thanks for reaching out to us!  I would be happy to set up a G+ hangout with you two to understand your problem and get a solution for you.  Please email matthew.bruzek@canonical.com with a time and date that you can talk and I will be happy to set something up.
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I vape, but I'm not sure I'm sold on vaping caffeine. 

Everything in moderation folks!
 
You wouldn't vape a scone, would you?
Instead of getting their morning hit of caffeine by sipping a cup of coffee, some people are now inhaling it. Caffeine vaporizers deliver a puff of the popular stimulant on the go. Instead of coffee beans, the active ingredients are guarana (an Amazonian plant rich in caffeine), taurine (a supplement used in energy drinks), and ginseng. Like e-cigarettes, these devices use a heating element to vaporize the ingredients to provide a stimulating h...
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What a sick sample turned hip hop. :thumbsup:
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Thanks for the repost and endorsement +Guido Stepken 

I'm unsure of how to load the FS modules at present, but i'll be in #snappy  asking around on how to load kern mods if i require them :) I imagine its just a snappy install away with the correct sec profile.

So far I've gotten the Swarm setup going in full tilt leveraging the existing awesome work by hypriot and mattw. I've got some open dialogue with the LXD team about getting that up and running. 

Cheers!
 
Build your own UBUNTU elastic cloud!

Canonical® is doing an excellent job building up huge clouds for enterprises around the globe, offering 24/7/365,25 service, maintenance, updates, "hands on" contracts, building new software, e.g. LXD, JUJU, ...

And they, indeed, did document everything, so that you are able to build your own cloud from cheap $35 Raspberry Pi 2 bricks: Quad core, 1 GByte RAM, 100 MBit. Everything is there and - "ultra cheap"!

My recommendation: Use SanDisk SDSDQXL-032G-GA4A MicroSD exclusively. Fast, reliable, 10 years warranty. With F2FS filesystem on work partition!!! Much faster at sequential writes. Use IPFS, CSYNC2, XtreemFS or SeaweedFS as clustering filesystem. Cloud software: FREEHOLD: https://youtu.be/gXYrb3ChSLs

With NginX or OpenRESTY, you can easily serve 6500 dynamic web pages per second: https://www.jeremymorgan.com/blog/programming/raspberry-pi-web-server-comparison/

Have fun!
The name "Clementine Box" is a bit of a namegrab. Let me lead with that. This is in no way affiliated with an official Canonical project, just something I'm doing in my spare time to experiment with mixing LXD and Docker services to prove that building a container based cloud in something that ...
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Who's ready for the #kubernetes 1.0 launch? I know #juju is - Here's a breakdown as a consumer and a contributor. Deploy to any public or private cloud: GCE, AWS, Joyent, HP Public Cloud - if you're using Ubuntu MAAS you can even deploy directly to metal.

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Full stack developer, currently working on the Juju Solutions team at Canonical. Full time busy with ensuring you have quality charms and dev tools to get started orchestrating your infrastructure using Juju.
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Survived College and made it to my Dream job at Canonical.
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