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Chris DeLashmutt
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I'm a geek that loves technology, and games. Totally boring tagline, right?
I'm a geek that loves technology, and games. Totally boring tagline, right?

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PowerCLI Script to Recover Pivotal Operations Manager VApp Settings
If you've read my previous blog post s, you know that I'm running a home vSphere lab on a shoestring budget with hardware that is "mostly" working "most" of the time. One of my NUC hosts locked up recently and I was noticing that my Pivotal Operations Manag...
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Running RabbitMQ's PerfTest tool in CloudFoundry
I recently had to troubleshoot performance of an app running in Cloud Foundry (Pivotal CF specifically) trying to use RabbitMQ.  The RabbitMQ team provides a great benchmarking tool that we can use to validate performance of a RabbitMQ cluster, and we can u...
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Pushing Your First .NET Core 1.0 RTM Apps to Cloud Foundry and PCF Dev
Pushing a .NET Core 1.0 RTM application to Cloud Foundry is a fairly straightforward process.   Follow the instructions at  https://www.microsoft.com/net/core to get your development machine installed with all the necessary binaries, and create the "Hello W...
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Recovering from vCenter Appliance Disk Errors on LVM Devices
Let's say you have a ghetto vSphere home lab. And let's say that you are running a vCenter Appliance to manage that home lab because you didn't want to devote a whole physical machine to that task because you are cheap. And let's say you are running a small...
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My Process for New Spring Projects
I've been getting a lot of questions lately about how to start new Spring projects and what is the best approach.  I don't know if I have the best approach or not, but here is an approach that has worked well for me.  I think it is a pretty good way to get ...
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P.S. Don't Forget About .NET, Java, and Javascript!
Analysis of Job Salary and Demand by Skill from gooroo.io Sure, they aren't as "cutting-edge" as working with Ruby, PHP and they aren't a "hot" as Python, or Go. By most measures, though, .NET, Java and Javascript are still the leaders in terms of number o...
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