I am ecstatic to be posting my first video tutorial! The creation of the video had two purposes: Experiment with rapid-development of video content. Create a technical, intro video for Linux command line. I have some experience producing video content, but I wanted to try a rapid-development approach. From start to finish, I spent about… Continue reading Rapid-Development of Video Content
If you are interested in learning more about the installation process of DC/OS you should evaluate the advanced installation method. The advanced install method exposes all the available configuration options in DC/OS, is the method you would use to automate the process, and is used for setting production clusters. This guide, I created for Mesosphere,… Continue reading How to Install DC/OS
Vagrant is a virtualization tool, created by HashiCorp, to initialize and manage virtual machines (VMs). It is a popular tool and I have been using it for many years. During that time, I have learned a few tips and tricks for managing my VMs. In this post, I would like to share a few of my… Continue reading Vagrant: Tips for Beginners
Hello and welcome to my first post, let’s dive right in! Over the last six months I have been creating end-user trainings for two NoSQL databases, Riak KV and Riak TS. It has been an interesting journey and I am excited to formalize a few thoughts. To begin, we will discuss the difference between SQL and NoSQL. I will then provide some context about my familiarity with databases. Finally we will dive into some details about what I’ve learned regarding Riak KV and Riak TS.