Installing a Package in an Openshift Container (Kind Of)

07.25.2017

TODO Better title. Ping me with ideas!

Fair warning: This article assumes that you have a decent understanding of Openshift from the outset, because explaining all the concepts used here would take too much space. I'll try to link to resources where applicable though, so that words don't ...

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How to Deploy a Private Git Repo to Openshift

06.15.2017

Openshift is Redhat's platform as a service, aka a place for you to deploy your application to (think Heroku, Google App Engine, or AWS Beanstalk). They have a tool called Source 2 Image (S2I) that allows you to pass in a source (in the form of a docker image ...

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Summer Reads 2017

05.30.2017

Summer is still a few weeks away, but with Memorial Day behind us I'm already dreaming of days spent in a park, beside a pool, or on a beach with a good book in hand. Here's what I've been reading + loving:

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Summer Bucket List 2017

05.29.2017

Inspired by Joy the Baker, I'm making a Summer Bucket List. I don't like the idea of have-to's or should's, but I do like the idea of heading into the summer with answers to the question "What should we do on this beautiful day?". Many of ...

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OSCON 2017

05.15.2017

Highlights

There's a ton of content in this post, including a lot of links to even more content. Here's the good stuff, if you want to skip the gory details.

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Book Review: The Bell Jar

05.3.2017

Sylvia Plath's only novel, The Bell Jar is a fantastic dive into the mind, and her experiences with mental illness. Semi-autobiographical, the language Plath uses to describe her/Esther's outlook, experiences, and later treatments is beautiful. Her writing puts the reader right into Esther's head, and gives ...

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Running My First Half Marathon

04.22.2017

This last Monday, I had a Really Good Workout. I have no idea what I did differently, or which stars were aligned, but I was able to do more work than I typically do, in less time, and felt energetic and good while doing it. I was telling Eli about ...

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