Python… To use 2.7 or to go for 3.x? To “be compatible” or to “use fancy new features”. Next year Python 2 gets finally unsupported upstream. Kolla state Kolla can run under Python 2.7 or 3.x and results will be the same. All those container images containing OpenStack
There are several posts and videos around recent discussion in “ARM announces Ares” thread on Real World Technologies website. People quote Linus Torvalds like crazy… SBBR Yes, we need AArch64 (real Arm64 architecture name) systems for developers. SBBR compliant ones so their
My current server is few years old. And now runs plain Debian. Beginning I started using that server during my work at Canonical. So it got Ubuntu installed. According to OVH panel it was 13.04 release. Then 13.10, 14.04 and finally 16.04 landed. In pain.
Imagine that you have a package to build. Sometimes it takes minutes. Other one takes hours. And then you run htop and see that your machine is idle during such build… You may ask “Why?” and the answer would be simple: multiple cpu
Few months ago I created a page with HTML table. For own use basically. Then presented it to the people and found out that it got useful for them. So started improving and improving so it became side project. Yes, system calls again. I wrote
Before going for Linaro Connect I had a plan to look at all those 96boards devices and write some complains/opinions about them. But it would be like shooting fish in a barrel so I decided against. But there were some interesting pieces of hardware there.