A couple of weeks ago, I delivered a talk at the Container Camp UK 2016 . It was an brilliant event, on a beautiful stage at Picturehouse Central in Picadilly Circus in London. You're welcome to view the slides or download them as a PDF , or watch my talk ...
I reinstalled my primary laptop (Lenovo x250) about 3 months ago (June 30, 2016), when I got a shiny new SSD, with a fresh Ubuntu 16.04 LTS image. Just yesterday, I needed to test something in KVM. Something that could only be tested in KVM. kirkland@x250:...
Oh well, +1 uvt. Although, ever since lxc/lxd, I never use uvt, and I use lxd instead.
I hope you'll enjoy a shiny new 6-part blog series I recently published at Linux.com . The first article is a bit of back story, perhaps a behind-the-scenes look at the motivations, timelines, and some of the work performed between Microsoft and Canonical t...
SNAPs are the cross-distro, cross-cloud, cross-device Linux packaging format of the future . And we're already hosting a fantastic catalog of SNAPs in the SNAP store provided by Canonical. Developers are welcome to publish their software for distribution ...
Classic Ubuntu 16.04 LTS, on an rpi2 Hopefully by now you're well aware of Ubuntu Core -- the snappiest way to run Ubuntu on a Raspberry Pi... But have you ever wanted to run classic ( apt / deb) Ubuntu Server on a RaspberryPi2 ? Well, you're in luck! Fo...
Dustin is formerly, the Chief Technical Officer at Gazzang, offering data encryption and key management for cloud and big data applications using eCryptfs. Dustin is also an active Core Developer of the Ubuntu Linux distribution, maintainer of 20+ open source projects, and the creator of Byobu, DivItUp.com, and LinuxSearch.org. Besides writing and sharing his software, Dustin also makes and shares his own beer.
- Texas A&M UniversityComputer Engineering
- Canonical Ltd.Product Manager, Ubuntu Core Developer, 2013 - present
- Gazzang IncCTO, Chief Architect, 2011 - 2013
- Canonical Ltd.Manager, Ubuntu Core Developer, 2008 - 2011
- IBMArchitect, Software Engineer, 2000 - 2008
HOWTO: Launch an Ubuntu Cloud Image with KVM from the Command Line
I reinstalled my primary laptop (Lenovo x250) about 3 months ago (June 30, 2016), when I got a shiny new SSD, with a fresh Ubuntu 16.04 LTS
An Open Letter to Google Nest (was: OMG, F*CKING NEST PROTECT AGAIN!)
It's 01:24am, on Tuesday, August 25, 2015. I am, again, awake in the the middle of the night, due to another false alarm from Google's spite
The Golden Ratio calculated to a record 2 trillion digits, on Ubuntu, in...
The Golden Ratio is one of the oldest and most visible irrational numbers known to humanity. Pi is perhaps more famous, but the Golden Ratio
Container-to-Container Networking: The Bits have Hit the Fan!
A thing of beauty If you read my last post, perhaps you followed the embedded instructions and ran hundreds of LXD system containers on your
Apply updates to multiple systems simultaneously using Byobu and Shift-F9
A StackExchange question, back in February of this year inspired a new feature in Byobu, that I had been thinking about for quite some time:
Dream a little dream (in a dream within another dream) with me!
What would you say if I told you, that you could continuously upload your own Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) web apps into an open source Plat
(Re-)Introducing JeOS -- Just Enough OS, aka Ubuntu Core
Lean. Agile. Svelte. Lithe. Free. That's how we roll our operating systems in this modern, bountiful era of broadly deployed virtual machine
Learn Byobu in 10 minutes while listening to Mozart
If you're interested in learning how to more effectively use your terminal as your integrated devops environment, consider taking 10 minutes
Lyndsey Scott Tells Us What It's Like To Be A Victoria's Secret Model Wh...
As much as we try to fight it, most people have...