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Mesos Is to the Datacenter as the Kernel Is to Linux | Linux.com | The source for Linux information
Necessity is the mother of invention. We needed our datacenters to be more automated, so we invented tools like Puppet and Chef. We needed easier application deployment, so we invented Docker. Of course it didn't stop there.
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The campaign to put science and tech leaders in public office starts now | Ars Technica
Tracy Van Houten has an undoubtedly cool job. She’s a systems engineer at NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory, and she currently leads a team that’s conducting testing for the upcoming Mars 2020 rover mission. She joined JPL, located 15 miles outside of downtown Los Angeles, 13 years ago.
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The DASH diet is proven to work. Why hasn’t it caught on? - The Washington Post
Dietary Approaches to Stop Hypertension (a.k.a. the DASH diet) is celebrating 20 years of helping people with hypertension and pre-hypertension lower blood pressure just as well as some medications.
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We installed an OpenStack cluster with close to 1000 nodes on Kubernetes. Here's what we found out. | Mirantis
Late last year, we did a number of tests that looked at deploying close to 1000 OpenStack nodes on a pre-installed Kubernetes cluster as a way of finding out what problems you might run into, and fixing them, if at all possible.
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Using a standalone Nodepool service to manage cloud instances —RDO
Nodepool is a service used by the OpenStack CI team to deploy and manage a pool of devstack images on a cloud server for use in OpenStack project testing. This article presents how to use Nodepool to manage cloud instances.
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2017 Hugo Award Finalists Announced | Tor.com
The finalists for the 2017 Hugo Awards have been announced! You can read the full list below. With 108 finalists, this is the most extensive Hugo ballot on record.
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How to balance corporate and community to build better open source - OpenStack Superuser
Open source is playing a larger and larger role in companies but that doesn’t mean they understand how to play nice with outside contributors. That creates an interesting problem when corporate logic meets the open source community ethic, he says.
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What makes us Red Hat
Open source software is, in fact, eating the world. It is a de facto model for innovation, and technology as we know it would look vastly different without it. On a few occasions, over the past several years, software industry observers have asked whether there will ever be another Red Hat.
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What's New in OpenShift 3.5 - Enhanced Usability – OpenShift Blog
The team continues to process feedback and turn it into improvements to the experience of OpenShift, the 3.5 release is no different.
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Troubleshooting OpenStack gate issues with logstash – Hype Cycles
From time to time, I have to figure out why the Trove CI failed some job. By “from to time”, I really mean “constantly”, “all the time”, and “everyday”.
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Grok the GIL: How to write fast and thread-safe Python | Opensource.com
When I was six years old, I had a music box. I'd wind it up, and a ballerina revolved on top of the box while a mechanism inside plinked out "Twinkle, Twinkle, Little Star." The thing must have been godawful tacky, but I loved that music box, and I wanted to know how it worked.
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Red Hat Brings Cloud Native Services to Every Java Workload – OpenShift Blog
In today’s fast-paced technology world, nothing survives if it’s not evolving. This is particularly true for Java, the undisputed leader in development languages.
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OpenStack works best when devs and operators tailor their workloads - OpenStack Superuser
Monica Rodriguez is a technical team lead with Chemical Abstract Service (CAS), a division of the American Chemical Society. She’s also a Certified OpenStack Administrator and a member of Women of OpenStack.
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Open source is changing the build or buy question
Open-source software is changing the economics of the decision for government agencies to buy or build IT capabilities, and even blurring the line between the two approaches, according to US Social Security Administration CIO Rob Klopp.
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Your non-linear problem of 90% utilization – @ASmartBear - WP Engine
Does it feel like everyone is working very hard, all the time, and yet not accomplishing as much as everyone would like? Maybe this is why.
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The Netflix Tech Blog: The Evolution of Container Usage at Netflix
Containers are already adding value to our proven globally available cloud platform based on Amazon EC2 virtual machines. We’ve shared pieces of Netflix’s container story in the past (video, slides), but this blog post will discuss containers at Netflix in depth.
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Could an unsung Microsoft Azure feature make containers yesterday's news? - SiliconANGLE
News flash: Containers aren’t that new. Docker Inc. didn’t invent containers, and they may not even be the best virtualization method for deploying and running distributed applications. This is according to John Gossman (pictured), architect for the Microsoft Azure core team at Microsoft.
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Guess what Steven A. Ballmer has been up to for the last several years. (No, not just cheering for the basketball team he owns, the Los Angeles Clippers.) It’s a novel project, and he plans to take the wrapping off it Tuesday.
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Maintainer vs. Community – Open Source Communities – Medium
The increasing tension in how to build sustainable open source. Open Source Sustainability is a hot topic these days. Everyone seems to be thinking about how we sustain the success we’ve had in open source adoption as the demands on contributors also grow.
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On a recent afternoon in Medellín, Colombia, a group of 22 out-of-towners gathered to brainstorm and then met up with locals. They weren’t on vacation. Nor had they met by coincidence.
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French election: key questions for the final days – POLITICO
PARIS — In the last two weeks, the French presidential election has turned into a four-way contest in which almost anything could happen.
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Creative usernames and Spotify account hijacking | Labs
Spotify supports unicode usernames which we are a bit proud of (not many services allow you to have ☃, the unicode snowman, as a username). However, it has also been a reliable source of pain over the years.
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Growing a Contributor Base: Speed Matters —Red Hat Open Source Community
Others have written good general information about how to attract and retain contributors for your open source project. Here, I'm going to focus rather narrowly on one critical factor in growing your contributor base: speed.
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Steve Ballmer’s new gov’t data project assumes that facts change minds | Ars Technica
Former Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer has a lot of money and nothing to prove.
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IBM shares dropped like a rock today | TechCrunch
How do you solve a problem like IBM? Yesterday evening the company reported its 20th straight consecutive quarter of year-on-year losses. The company’s quarterly earnings beat expectations, but that wasn’t enough to save the share price.
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Docker brings containerization to legacy apps | TechCrunch
At the DockerCon conference today in Austin, Docker announced a new service called the Modernize Traditional Applications (MTA) Program that enables customers to move certain legacy apps into Docker containers, put them under management of Docker Enterprise Edition and prepare them for use on
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Mirantis launches its new OpenStack and Kubernetes cloud platform | TechCrunch
Mirantis, one of the earliest players in the OpenStack ecosystem, today announced that it will end-of-life Mirantis OpenStack support in September 2019.
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Mirantis combines OpenStack and Kubernetes in a single package with continuous update model - SiliconANGLE
Private cloud infrastructure company Mirantis Inc., which offers commercially supported distributions of both OpenStack and Kubernetes for running applications on private clouds, is bundling the two platforms into a single package.
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The dizzying rise and fall of French Socialist presidential hopeful Benoît Hamon - France 24
France’s ruling Socialist Party appears headed for an historic drubbing. Crowned the mainstream left’s presidential nominee in January, Benoit Hamon could fail to even clear single digit support in Sunday’s all-important first-round vote.
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Dell's new high-end all-in-one PC offers Ubuntu Linux or Red Hat Enterprise Linux | ZDNet
If you know where to look you can find many great Linux-powered laptops. Besides Dell's XPS 13, Dell also offers several other blazing-fast, Ubuntu-Linux powered laptops. System76 specializes in great Ubuntu laptops and ZaReason offers a variety of Linux distributions on laptops and desktops.
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Microsoft, Red Hat, and HPE Collaboration Delivers Choice & Value to Enterprise Customers – Red Hat Enterprise Linux Blog
In the world of heterogeneous data centers – having multiple operating systems running on different hardware platforms (and architectures) is the norm.
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Good Integration Practices — pytest documentation
For examples of how to customize your test discovery Changing standard (Python) test discovery. Within Python modules, pytest also discovers tests using the standard unittest.TestCase subclassing technique.
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The Wheel of Time series is one step closer to your television | Ars Technica
Though it has been in the works for years, there is at last solid news on what's happening with the TV series based on Robert Jordan's bestselling fantasy series Wheel of Time.
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Packaging a python library | ionel's codelog
This is fairly important, everything revolves around this. I prefer this sort of layout: You get . The current directory is implicitly included in sys.path; but not so when installing & importing from site-packages. Users will never have the same current working directory as you do.
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The Wheel of Time TV Series Moving Forward at Sony Pictures Television with Showrunner Rafe Judkins | Tor.com
Variety reports that Sony Pictures Television will produce the TV adaptation of Robert Jordan’s The Wheel of Time series.
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Strange Horizons - Freshly Remember'd: Kirk Drift By Erin Horáková
Contents 1. What a lousy party! [contents] Good parties diverge widely; all bad parties are bad in the same way.
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Working-class whites can’t handle their status as ‘the new minority’ - The Washington Post
“Racism motivated Trump voters more than authoritarianism.” That was the you-don’t-say headline on an April 17 Monkey Cage analysis by Thomas Wood of the 2016 American National Election Study. It was just more statistical confirmation of what already know.
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Wait – we can explain, says Moby, er, Docker amid rebrand meltdown • The Register
Docker seemingly became Moby this week, a rebranding exercise that sparked more confusion than clarity among those following container software. Docker (the company) decided to differentiate Docker (the commercial software products Docker CE and Docker EE) from Docker (the open source project).
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How the itch-to-scratch model can solve open source UX problems | Opensource.com
Open source is a developer-centric solutions model, which, in a nutshell, could be described as building communities of developers to solve problems. In its most simplistic form, the model has two stages.
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SwiftStack Blog
Last week I was privileged to attend the ZingTrain leadership training class sponsored by the OpenStack Foundation. There were two days of formal training and a third unstructured day for the group to discuss how the lessons apply in the OpenStack community.
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Apple Maps gets transit mode for Paris | TechCrunch
Apple is finally adding transit options to its Maps app for the city of Paris. Starting today, you can use Apple Maps to calculate itineraries using public transportation. You’ll find subway, RER and bus lines, and even Transilien lines.
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Huawei to build global cloud with bit barns run by different operators • The Register
Huawei's going to build a global cloud based on its cut of OpenStack, but it's going to be a patchwork quilt of clouds it builds and runs by itself and clouds it builds but which its telco mates run.
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How the CNCF Grapples with Continuous Integration and Deployment - The New Stack
For today’s episode of The New Stack Makers podcast, we sat down with Chris Aniszczyk, chief operating officer for the Cloud Native Computing Foundation, at CloudNativeCon/KubeCon Europe 2017 conference in Berlin last month.
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Guardians of the Galaxy Vol 2 review – funny sequel suffers from pinballing pointlessness | Film | The Guardian
The Marvel superhero gang are back together – including Vin Diesel’s Baby Groot alongside Chris Pratt’s Quill – and while there’s plenty of comedy, it doesn’t really go anywhere The Marvel superhero gang are back together – including Vin Diesel’s Baby Groot alongsi
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Macron vs. Le Pen: The key storylines in France’s presidential runoff - The Washington Post
Want smart analysis of the most important news in your inbox every weekday along with other global reads, interesting ideas and opinions to know? Sign up for the Today's WorldView newsletter. On Sunday, French voters proved that the pollsters do get it right sometimes.
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Best Online Cloud Backup Service | The Wirecutter
Even if you’re a careful user, the various problems that could lead to lost data—malware, software bugs, user error, theft, fire, flood, and so on—make backups a necessity.
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The Best Online Backup Services of 2017 - The Best Online Backup Services | Roundup | PCMag.com
Technology makes so many things easier: Composing documents, editing photos and videos, and listening to music, for starters. Computers have become indispensable tools for business and financial purposes, too. But technology, like it or not, occasionally fails.
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Windows/Mac/Linux: When it comes to notes apps, you have a seemingly endless trail of options, but it’s rare to find one that’s cross-platform, supports the Evernote-style of rich notes, and works without needing an account somewhere. Collate is just that.
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Brylcreem alternatives? | Badger & Blade
Discussion in 'Skin, Body & Hair Care' started by absenteedebate, Sep 22, 2012.
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Old-School Men's Hair Products: Pomades, Brylecreem, and Hair Tonic | The Art of Manliness
So you’ve decided to upgrade your hairstyle from your boyish, middle school spiky in the front get-up to a manly Mad Men haircut with a nice taper and a sharp, crisp part.
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Top 12 Best Leave In Conditioner For Men - Healthy Hair Restored
All men should switch to leave-in hair conditioners. These revolutionary cosmetic achievements can transform any male mane into priceless perfection. To see how powerful these at-home treatments can be, just educate yourself with this informative overview.
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Conditioners for Men's Hair: Regular, Leave-in and Deep - The Lifestyle Blog for Modern Men & their Hair by Curly Rogelio
Conditioners for men remain a mystery to the majority of modern males despite these men’s hair products playing a dramatic role in creating and keeping the good looks of one’s mane.
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Hair Products For Men: Styling Gels and Creams - The Lifestyle Blog for Modern Men & their Hair by Curly Rogelio
This is a men’s hair products tutorial covering hair gel, pomade, wax, hair mousse, styling cream, hair spray and natural oils for the styling of male hair.
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Dad’s (or Granddad’s, depending on your age) grooming routine didn’t always consist solely of soaking his dentures in Polident and occasionally trimming his ear hair. Believe it or not, he was once a dashing young rake who got all dressed up and spit-shined before going out on the town.
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LETTERMAN The Last Giant of Late Night By Jason Zinoman Illustrated. 345 pp. Harper/ HarperCollins Publishers. $28.99 David Letterman spent 33 years hosting innovative late-night TV for America’s delectation before turning over “Late Show” to Stephen Colbert in 2015.
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Amazon’s Oasis Pilot: Thoughtful SF That Deserves a Series | Tor.com
There’s a point early on in Oasis, one of the contenders in Amazon’s new pilot season, which grounds the episode perfectly: Peter Leigh, a recently widowed priest with some serious concerns about his future in the church, has been functionally drafted onto the next mission to Oasis, the first i
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Toot to Mastodon any content of your RSS feed with the Feed2toot bot | Le blog de Carl Chenet
You’re a proud new user of the Mastodon social network and you want to share the great articles of your cool blog thanks to a RSS feed. Awesome, use the Feed2toot bot for that!
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How to vet a home contractor - The Washington Post
For more information from the Federal Trade Commission on hiring a contractor, click here. For more information from the Tennessee Department of Commerce and Insurance on hiring a contractor, click here.
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Watch the First Trailer for Marvel’s Cloak and Dagger | Tor.com
Marvel Studios has released the first trailer for Cloak & Dagger, the television series coming to Freeform about the two teenagers who will become the eponymous crimefighting duo.
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“Together We Are One”: Watch the Orphan Black Season 5 Trailer | Tor.com
The first trailer for the final season of Orphan Black is here, and if that fact weren’t enough to get you emotional, this is a doozy.
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'Doctor Who' Kicks Off Its New Season With a Dose of...Douglas Adams? | WIRED
After an endless wait that felt like being trapped in a time loop, Doctor Who finally returned last night.
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Doctor Who’s intriguing new cast gets a slow start with “The Pilot” | Ars Technica
This is a post-UK broadcast review of Doctor Who: The Pilot. River Song always warned the Doctor against spoilers, so be sure to watch the episode first. Episodes of Doctor Who air on Saturdays at 7:20pm UK time on BBC One, and 9pm EDT on BBC America.
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Doctor Who Reaches Way Back to Its Roots for Season 10 Premiere | Tor.com
Doctor Who is always a new show. Every couple of years it transmutes itself into something new and different, and every time fans wonder if they will like that something. So there’s no way to predict with utter surety whether or not the collective fandom will enjoy the new road. Some will.
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TOULOUSE, France — One man gives shivers to banks, businesspeople and the bourgeoisie. One man has been rising rapidly in polls, threatening the front-runners a week before the first round in France’s presidential election.
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France arrests two over attack plot days before vote
Police arrested two men in Marseille Tuesday on suspicion of planning an attack just days before the first round of France's presidential election, with bomb-making materials and guns found in searches.
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Trump will sign executive order to begin revamp of H-1B visa program | Ars Technica
President Donald Trump will sign an executive order today seeking changes to the H-1B visa program, which allows tens of thousands of foreign tech workers to come and work in the US each year.
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KENOSHA, Wis. — President Trump, hammering his “America First” campaign theme, signed an order on Tuesday that he said would favor American companies for federal contracts and reform the visa program for foreign technical workers.
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David Lynch’s Dune is What You Get When You Build a Science Fictional World With No Interest in Science Fiction | Tor.com
There were many attempts to get Dune to the screen on the wave of its popularity. The version that finally came through was David Lynch’s 1984 film, made after both Alejandro Jodorowsky and Ridley Scott tried their hands at the project and ran short on funding and dedication respectively.
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Milanote bags $780k seed to tool up its ‘Evernote for creatives’ | TechCrunch
Creative types looking for software to help seed and spark inspiration don’t usually have to look too far. There are a fair few options to play with — whether it’s a mainstream visual sharing platform like Pinterest or a design-focused moodboard-maker like Niice.
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Stop With the Flip-Flops and Get a Pair of Breathable Sneakers Already
Stan Smith Boost PrimeknitAlready a summer classic in terms of style, the Stan Smith is now available with a Primeknit upper, which makes both stylish and functional for those balmier days. $140, adidas.com
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White House could provoke a spending showdown over funding for border wall - The Washington Post
White House budget director Mick Mulvaney said Thursday that he hopes to use negotiations to keep the government open past April 28 in an effort to force Democrats to back some funding for creating a new wall along the U.
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Why Verizon is losing more cellphone customers than ever - The Washington Post
For the first time, the nation's largest wireless provider is losing customers faster than it can replace them. It's a major milestone for Verizon, which on Thursday reported a net decline of 289,000 cellphone subscribers over the past four months.
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The Hub allows you to use your iPhone, Android device, or even an Amazon Echo to control everything a Harmony remote can (which is basically any piece of home theater gear you can think of).
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