Links from February 2016
- Links for Wednesday 3 February 2016
- 6 practices for super smooth Ansible experience by Maxim Chernyak
- More Ansible tips. Like him I've been a bit frustrated that setting up a Vagrant box feels too different to setting up a real server, when you want them to be as similar as possible.
- Australian Ruby on Rails developers blog: Ansible (Real Life) Good Practices |
- Mainly for the tip about the "Vault Pseudo leaf encryption".
- bee-keeper/aws-ansible-django-deployment - Shell
- Looks like a good example of Ansible for deploying a Django project on AWS and Vagrant.
- Links for Wednesday 10 February 2016
- How To Deploy Multiple PHP Applications using Ansible on Ubuntu 14.04 | DigitalOcean
- A rare example of deploying multiple sites to one server with Ansible.
- AOL Search
- Using user search data released by AOL in 2006, a day-by-day "story" using one anonymous woman's daily search queries.
- Links for Thursday 11 February 2016
- Taylor Single-Pleat Trouser Navy Military Twill by Epaulet | Epaulet New York
- Look quite nice I think. For future reference. Available in other colours. (via Put This On)
- Links for Monday 15 February 2016
- A Modern Python Development Toolchain · Chris Krycho
- Nice clear summary. I've never used pyenv but looks like I should. (via Tom Taylor)
- Links for Tuesday 16 February 2016
- Clive James: how did the BBC’s War And Peace measure up? | Television & radio | The Guardian
- Nice comparison, not only of the series compared to the book, but also previous screen versions. If only all TV reviewing was as good.
- Links for Tuesday 23 February 2016
- Mythbusters - Richard Corbett
- "Facts and fiction about Britain in Europe"
- Links for Wednesday 24 February 2016
- Setting up Django with Nginx, Gunicorn, virtualenv, supervisor and PostgreSQL - Michał Karzyński
- Nice, clear description. Part two shows how to run multiple Django apps on the Nginx server.
- Links for Thursday 25 February 2016
- Multistage environments with Ansible – Ross Tuck
- I don't need think I need this kind of setup right now, but in case I do in future… (via Infovore)
- Stefan Collini · Who are the spongers now? · LRB 21 January 2016
- It's probably only because I'm not involved in higher education, and don't have children heading towards it, that I find reading things like this, about the government's current and future plans, enjoyable, like dystopian fiction.
- Links for Saturday 27 February 2016
- Journal of Design and Science
- New, free, online journal from the MIT Media Lab. Kevin Slavin, Neti Oxman, Joi Ito, Danny Hillis. Seems good, although a little awkward to read on an iPad at the moment. Design and technology, eh?