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OpenStack: Scary Enterprise Support – Cloud Strategy Blog
At Red Hat, we’re seeing a surge of confidence from large organizations and more and more OpenStack adoption (with deployments in thousands and tens of thousands of sockets) in industries like financial services, insurance, healthcare, and retail.
openstack  redhat 
4 hours ago
www.nytimes.com
Sam Sifton emails readers of Cooking five days a week to talk about food and suggest recipes. That email also appears here. To receive it in your inbox, register here. Good morning.
food 
9 hours ago
7 Great Uses for a Fine-Mesh Strainer (Besides Straining) | Serious Eats
When you live in a small New York City apartment with virtually no storage space, you learn a trick or two. You mount floor-to-ceiling shelves, you compress all your sweaters and blankets in vacuum-sealed bags, and you make sure that every single piece of kitchen equipment you own earns its keep.
cooking 
9 hours ago
These Rooftop 'Parasite' Apartments Could be the Future of Affordable Housing in Paris - CityLab
Rooftop “parasite homes” might just be an answer to Paris’s affordable housing drought—at least that’s the hope of developers behind the 3BOX project about to begin construction.
paris 
9 hours ago
Flit 0.8 — Flit 0.8.1 documentation
Flit is a simple way to put Python packages and modules on PyPI. Say you’re writing a module foobar—either as a single file foobar.py, or as a directory—and you want to distribute it.
python 
10 hours ago
m.signalvnoise.com
About 12 years ago, I co-founded a startup called Basecamp: A simple project collaboration tool that helps people make progress together, sold on a monthly subscription. It took a part of some people’s work life and made it a little better.
startups 
10 hours ago
france 24 - Business down at Paris restaurant accused of selling attack video - France 24
The owner of a Paris restaurant targeted in last November’s terror attacks says business has been slow since the venue reopened because of a public backlash over claims he sold footage of the shootings to a British tabloid.
paris 
10 hours ago
Github: The full inside story - Business Insider
We've been hearing about a lot of drama going on at $2 billion startup GitHub, the hugely important and popular site used by millions of computer programmers where 10 or more executives have departed in recent months.
technology 
15 hours ago
Microsoft Pyjion boosts Python speed | InfoWorld
Python's standard-issue runtime, CPython, only interprets the bytecode of Python apps and does not accelerate by compiling the code in any way. One common method to speed up Python is to replace CPython entirely.
microsoft  python 
15 hours ago
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Throughout my childhood, guided missiles enchanted me in a way that normally only ugly ducklings or pirates or talking vermin enchant a child. In fact, the first nursery story I ever remember my mother reading to me was Gordon the Guided Missile.
inspiration  presentations  storytelling 
yesterday
Yahoo opens door to deal, unveils big job cuts - Yahoo News
San Francisco (AFP) - Yahoo on Tuesday said it is cutting 15 percent of its workforce and narrowing its focus as it explores "strategic alternatives" for the future of the faded Internet star.
technology 
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10 tips for providing a better conference experience | Opensource.com
This article was co-written by Josh Berkus. At SCaLE 14x, we will give a talk focused on helping speakers provide a more positive experience for their audiences. But there are many different facets of conference organizing that could use improvements, each facet with its own audience.
conference 
yesterday
The software engineer’s guide to asserting dominance in the workplace — Hacker Daily — Medium
As a software engineer, changing jobs is a way of life. Every day, beautiful recruiters from top tech companies reach out to you on LinkedIn with new opportunities, and each new job equals higher pay and an opportunity to reinvent yourself for the better — as long as you know how to.
humor 
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www.nytimes.com
Last September, Dallas-area drivers for UberBlack, the company’s high-end car service, received an email informing them that they would be expected to start picking up passengers on UberX, its low-cost option.
economics 
yesterday
www.nytimes.com
SAN FRANCISCO — Yahoo is moving full speed ahead — in every direction. The Internet pioneer said on Tuesday that it was open to offers for its core assets, which would represent the end of Yahoo as an independent entity. That is a shift from the company’s position as recently as December.
technology 
yesterday
Morgan, maker of classic sports cars, is going electric | Ars Technica
The Morgan Motor Company—best known for still using postwar styling and wooden body frames for some of its cars—will have a full hybrid and electric range within the next three years. The British car maker is going to invest $8.
cars 
yesterday
Review: Codewars and CodeCombat | Opensource.com
I recently stumbled upon two websites for learning coding and programming skills: CodeCombat and Codewars. Both use a free software philosophy (all code examples are open source licensed and/or available GitHub) and help teach different computer programming languages.
education 
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CodeCombat Educator Review
Whether they're stuck in a dungeon surrounded by enemies or racing across a battlefield prepared to conquer a foe, CodeCombat puts players into the action. Unlike other hack-and-slash fantasy games, CodeCombat players control their on-screen characters through programming.
education 
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CodeCombat: Learn to code through dungeon crawling - CNET
Looking at a bunch of code for the first time can be something of a daunting affair. All those strings and symbols can simply look like a mess to the untrained eye, and can be a bit off-putting to anyone who's toying with the idea of learning how to code.
education 
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PyTennessee 2016 — PyTN Profiles: Dave Forgac (@tylerdave)
1.5M ratings 277k ratings See, that’s what the app is perfect for. Sounds perfect Wahhhh, I don’t wanna PyTN Profiles: Dave Forgac (@tylerdave) PyTN Profiles: Dave Forgac (@tylerdave) Dave Forgac has been a FOSS enthusiast ever since installing Linux for the first time in the late ‘90s.
python 
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PyTennessee 2016 — PyTN Profiles: Joseph S. Tate (@porkrynde)
1.5M ratings 277k ratings See, that’s what the app is perfect for. Sounds perfect Wahhhh, I don’t wanna PyTN Profiles: Joseph S. Tate (@porkrynde) Speaker Profile: Joseph S.
python 
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jugad2 - Vasudev Ram on software innovation: Using Python's trace module to understand the flow of programs (from many angles)
in which I had briefly described use of the Python standard library's trace module to help us understand and debug Python programs. In that post I showed a small program with 3 chained decorators.
evernote  python 
yesterday
Wharton Professor Adam Grant On Creativity And The First Mover Myth | TechCrunch
We talked about the book yesterday with Grant, who, despite being just 34, has already been teaching for a dozen years, including earlier at UNC Chapel Hill.
creativity 
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Mardi Gras Mambo | Tales of the Cocktail
Tales of the Cocktail Upcoming Events New orleans, LA Join us July 15-19, 2015 Learn more New orleans, LA Join us July 15-19, 2015 Learn more New orleans, LA Join us July 15-19, 2015 Learn more
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Apple might show off iPhone 5se and iPad Air 3 at March 15 event | Macworld
Rumors are swirling that Apple has a spring event in the works to launch a 4-inch iPhone, a revamped iPad Air, and new Apple Watch models. Now we have a tentative date for that event: March 15. Apple hasn’t sent out invites to the media yet, so the event isn’t a lock.
apple 
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Hey Pocky Way | Tales of the Cocktail
Shake and pour into ice-filled rocks glass. Garnish with a lemon twist. In a small sauce pot, combine 2 cups water and 12 cinnamon sticks, and bring to boil. Simmer for 10 minutes, and strain out cinnamon sticks. Bring water back to a boil, add 1 1/2 cups sugar, and stir until sugar is dissolved.
drinks 
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MEM 5.0 Aims to Simplify OpenStack Management | Linux.com
Midokura has released Midokura Enterprise MidoNet (MEM) 5.0, a network virtualization product designed for Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS) clouds. MEM 5.
openstack 
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France Magazine - buyamag.co.uk
FRANCE magazine brings you the very best of France, from spectacular scenery, to gorgeous gastronomy. Featuring expert writers and superb photography, its inspiring and informative travel features will help you discover the country’s hidden gems.
france 
yesterday
Recipes: Super Bowl Pre-Game Cocktails, 2016 - Drinkhacker
Hailing from a city that hasn’t won a major professional football championship since Dwight Eisenhower was President, it can be difficult to get excited about this time of year.
drinks 
yesterday
After 100 years, scientists are finally closing in on Einstein’s ripples | Ars Technica
LIVINGSTON, La.—The rain began to fall as Joe Giaime and I scrambled down a lonely rise, back toward the observatory’s main building.
science 
yesterday
www.nytimes.com
London’s Heywood Hill curates impressive collections for discerning customers in 60 different countries — and specializes in the obscure. Let’s say you need some books.
england  libraries 
yesterday
Python Does What?!?
No, not that sort of embedded. This post is about the uncanny list comprehension. So powerful and intuitive, they're a hallmark of Python that's too easy to take for granted. Well, even the most loyal of standbys will turn if you're sloppy.
python 
yesterday
Next generation configuration mgmt | The Technical Blog of James
It’s no secret to the readers of this blog that I’ve been active in the configuration management space for some time. I owe most of my knowledge to what I’ve learned while working with Puppet and from other hackers working in and around various other communities.
technology 
yesterday
PyTennessee 2016 — PyTN Profiles: Kevin Harvey (@kevinharvey)
1.5M ratings 277k ratings See, that’s what the app is perfect for. Sounds perfect Wahhhh, I don’t wanna PyTN Profiles: Kevin Harvey (@kevinharvey) Speaker Profile: Kevin Harvey (@kevinharvey) Kevin Harvey is a Senior Python Developer at axialHealthcare.
python 
yesterday
What History Gives, the Sea Steals | Hakai Magazine
On a North Sea shore in Scotland, a group of archaeologists struggles to dig in a storm. The wind is so fierce it threatens to blow them over, and bursts of hail and near-horizontal rain send them periodically scurrying for shelter.
history  science 
yesterday
PyTennessee 2016 — PyTN Profiles: Daniel Pritchett and No Starch...
1.5M ratings 277k ratings See, that’s what the app is perfect for.
python 
yesterday
Enthusiasm for OpenStack abounds, but old worries won’t go away | SiliconANGLE
The vast majority of IT pros are keen to adopt OpenStack, but many are wary of the challenges in doing so, according to a new study sponsored by SUSE Linux. The report, which was carried out by U.K. research firm Dynamic Markets Ltd.
openstack 
yesterday
Meet the OpenStack Ambassadors: Marton Kiss - Superuser
In this series of interviews, OpenStack takes you around the world to meet our Ambassadors. These tireless volunteers act as liaisons between multiple user groups, the Foundation and the general community in their regions.
openstack 
yesterday
What success really looks like in open source — Medium
When we talk about successful open source projects, we imagine big, thriving, participatory communities, where many people share the burden of contribution. Where did this idea come from?
opensource 
yesterday
Ignite Her Curiosity: 20 Books Starring Science-Loving Mighty Girls / A Mighty Girl | A Mighty Girl
A great way to encourage girls' interest in STEM (science, technology, engineering, and math) fields is by sharing stories starring girls and women who love science and technology! Seeing female faces as scientists, whether in the lab or out in the field, is a powerful message to girls that these
entertainment 
yesterday
How to Bottle a Cocktail, in Photos | Tales of the Cocktail
Though we'd never advocate forsaking the traditional cocktail — and whatever open vessel it comes housed in — we have noticed an uptick in a drink trend that has caught our attention. We're talking about the bottled cocktail, which is exactly what it sounds like.
drinks 
yesterday
UGA student busts $5,000 antique window at house on Dearing Street when denied use of bathroom | Online Athens
A University of Georgia student was arrested for felony criminal damage early Friday after he admittedly broke an antique window at a house on Dearing Street after a resident denied him use of the bathroom, Athens-Clarke County police said.
athens 
yesterday
Red Hat Enterprise Linux OpenStack Platform-powered private cloud enables cancer, cardiovascular, and rare disease research in the UK | Red Hat
EMedLab is a collaboration between seven leading bioinformatics research and academic institutions in the U.K.
redhat 
yesterday
Stew Science: Why You Shouldn't Cook Your Beef All Day | Serious Eats
As anyone who has ever tried to eat at a dozen Nashville hot fried chicken joints in the course of one day can tell you, you absolutely can have too much of a good thing. I used to be of the mindset that if cooking a stew for a long time is a good idea, then cooking it even longer is a better idea.
cooking 
yesterday
11 top carry-on bags for tech-savvy travelers | Macworld
You pack just one bag, a wheeled carry-on, for a short business trip. It includes your laptop, tablet, smartphone, two days' worth of clothes and toiletries. But when you arrive at the airport gate, you're forced to check the carry-on.
travel 
yesterday
www.nytimes.com
Doubles start at 116 euros, about $119 at $1.05 to the euro. In a six-story Georgian building, this 51-room property bears the distinction of being one of the newest hotels in Dublin’s city center. Developed by the Press Up Entertainment Group, it opened in late 2014.
ireland 
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Historic IHG Hotels That You Can Book with Points
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travel 
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OpenStack Developer Mailing List Digest Jan 23 – Feb 9 | The OpenStack Blog
SuccessBot Says odyssey4me: OpenStack Ansible Liberty 12.0.5 released. stevemar: Devstack now defaults to v3 for Keystone. boris-42: osprofiler functional job passed [1]. odyssey4me: OpenStack Ansible Kilo 11.2.9 released [2]. odyssey4me: OpenStack Ansible Liberty 12.0.6 released [3].
openstack 
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FOSDEM 2016, recap | Julien Danjou
Last week-end, I was in Brussels, Belgium for the FOSDEM, one of the greatest open source developer conference. I was not sure to go there this year (I already skipped it in 2015), but it turned out I was requested to do a talk in the shared Lua & GNU Guile devroom.
opensource 
yesterday
Tech correction is here - Business Insider
Everybody's been talking about the tech bubble for the last few years.
economy 
yesterday
Introducing the Keybase filesystem
Big news, everyone. Alpha releases of the Keybase app are starting to come with a cryptographically secure file mount. It is brand new. And very different.
security  technology 
2 days ago
LouisCK.net | About Horace and Pete
Some of you are aware that, last Saturday, I launched a new series on my site called “Horace and Pete”. I’m writing now to tell you some stuff about it…. Horace and Pete is a new show that I am producing, directing, writing, distributing and financing on my own.
entertainment 
2 days ago
CoreOS launches an alternative to Docker with Rocket 1.0 release | SiliconANGLE
CoreOS Inc. has been working away on an alternative container runtime system for more than a year, and yesterday it finally took the lid off of Rocket (rkt) 1.0.
technology 
2 days ago
EU’s Highest Court to Weigh Whether Hyperlinking Will Remain Legal in Europe - Disruptive Competition Project
Tomorrow, the Court of Justice of the EU (CJEU) in Luxembourg will hear arguments in a case about one of the most fundamental online activities: hyperlinking. The case may decide the fate of the World Wide Web in Europe. This isn’t hyperbole. Let us explain.
copyright 
2 days ago
mcwhirter.com.au/craige/blog/2016/LCA2016 Thursday Keynote - Jono Bacon
Jono Bacon spoke about how open Community 1.0 Early Free Software communities were built from observing other groups around them and figuring things out as they went along. Very high technical barrier of entry Community 2.0 The Renaissance Allowed broader participation, with Wikipedia as an example.
community 
2 days ago
Scientists have discovered what causes Resting Bitch Face - The Washington Post
Queen Elizabeth has it. So does fashion designer Victoria Beckham. And actress Kristen Stewart — poor thing, she’s practically the poster girl.
psychology 
2 days ago
2 bedroom cottage for sale in Dracups Cottage, 30 Railway Street, BRIDGNORTH, Shropshire, WV16
Dracups Cottage is a simply unique home that must be seen to be believed. Previous owners of the cottage have lovingly embraced the work of former owner and local artist Mr Anthony Dracup and have kept alive the unique character features and integral art work.
weird 
2 days ago
There’s a hacker in there: Security vulnerabilities found in Fisher Price, hereO GPS kids toys | SiliconANGLE
New research from cybersecurity firm Rapid7, Inc. has discovered that two popular devices aimed at children have shipped with security vulnerabilities that would allow the devices to be accessed by nefarious third parties.
security 
2 days ago
www.nytimes.com
On two magazine covers the singer Zayn Malik has graced in the last few months — for Billboard and L’Uomo Vogue (as well as the racy video with his girlfriend, Gigi Hadid) — he looks every bit the young brooding pop star.
fashion 
2 days ago
The Earth Isn’t Flat, But Middle-earth Is | Tor.com
Those who believe the Earth is flat may truly desire to live in a fantasy world. In late January of this year, rapper B.o.B. took to Twitter seriously wanting to know why everyone thought the Earth was a sphere. Neil deGrasse Tyson, designated king of space, let B.o.B.
entertainment 
2 days ago
The Big Idea: Faith Hunter – Whatever
For today’s Big Idea, and for her book Blood in Her Veins, author Faith Hunter gets under the skin of her main character, and reveals why that character is often of two mind about many things. Big Ideas are exciting and scary and sometimes dangerous.
entertainment 
2 days ago
How to Keep "Bar Hands" At Bay | Tales of the Cocktail
Somewhere between lemon-chopping, dish duty, damp towels, and being constantly surrounded by liquids, bartending isn’t easy on your hands.
health 
2 days ago
IBM Is Revamping Its Annual Performance Review - Fortune
“That’s what reinvention is. This is why I’ve divested—even in my time—$8 billion of businesses of ours,” she said on stage at the Fortune Global Forum in November.
management 
2 days ago
France - Is French grammar ready to hang up the ‘hat’? - France 24
France’s Education Ministry on Thursday came under fire over teaching reforms that will allegedly see the circumflex accent, better known as “the hat”, disappear from the French language textbooks.
france  language 
2 days ago
100 Top Companies with Remote Jobs in 2016 - FlexJobs
We are excited to announce the release of our third annual list of the 100 top companies to watch for remote jobs in the year ahead! These companies, having posted the most work-from-home jobs in 2015, are at the forefront of telecommuting and remote workforces.
redhat  telecommuting 
2 days ago
Google now blocking websites that show fake download buttons | Ars Technica
Google has now started blocking websites that use deceptive content or ads to make you do things that you wouldn't normally do, such as fake download buttons that appear right next to the real download button, or pop-ups demanding you phone tech support to remove a million malware infections
technology 
2 days ago
The Big Idea: Marshall Ryan Maresca – Whatever
Super heroes are a trope, and fantasy novels are a trope too. So what happens when these tropes collide? Ask Marshall Ryan Maresca — he knows, and The Alchemy of Chaos is the latest installment of just such a mashup. I’m a total super-hero junkie.
entertainment 
2 days ago
Greed, lies, and Shkreli’s smug “performance”: Lawmakers go ballistic | Ars Technica
WASHINGTON—After Turing Pharmaceutical raised the price of the decades-old, life-saving drug, Daraprim, from $13.
politics 
2 days ago
My Friend’s Stupid Idea Just Became Star Wars Canon and I Am So Jealous | Tor.com
This morning started out so well. USA Today posted an excerpt and the cover from Star Wars: Bloodline, the next Star Wars book and one which focuses exclusively on pre-Force Awakens Leia, and I was all YAS YAS REPUBLIC CREDITS ARE IN FACT GOOD HERE.
starwars 
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