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Christopher Biscardi
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Some guy that likes bits
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The previous post explains how to get up and running with Docker machine. This one will be a quick tutorial on setting up a Minecraft server using Machine. Create a new Digital Ocean Machine. We need a 1gb server due to Java’s requirements, so we’ll…

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In this post, I will record the process through which I attempt to use Docker Machine to deploy a simple Haskell application on Digital Ocean. Zero to Docker To get an OSX docker machine running, I had to download two binaries: machine and a version of…

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Prerequisites: an install of Docker (If you don’t want an install, Digital Ocean also has a Docker Droplet). The Docker-Haskell “Official Images” container is available for download. You can find the source over on GitHub and the versions currently being…

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Assuming a docker installation (either boot2docker or just docker) and a version of 1.3 or higher, we can use Volumes to enable a portable emacs installation. Using My Image To use mine, pull the image: docker pull biscarch/emacs set up a function to…

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Previous Post – Working With Snap 1.0 In our previous post we built out a scaffold project with Snap 1.0. In this post we’ll go over building a simple Dockerfile to deploy the project. Make sure you’ve installed docker Building the Haskell Base There is…

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Snap 1.0 isn’t on Hackage yet, but here’s how you can play with it now. NOTE: This was written using ghc-7.8.3. The repo is on GitHub First we’ll make a new directory for the project and one for the dependencies, then clone the dependencies for 1.0 that…

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“Life moves pretty fast. If you don’t stop and look around for a while, you could miss it.” – Ferris Bueller’s Day Off The State of Front End Development Front End tools are moving fast these days. Let’s take a minute to (briefly) look at where we’re…

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Reasons I will buy an iOS device listed in order of importance:

1) Fitting Clothes
2) Development Devices

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via +Alexis Ohanian on Twitter

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