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K8s done right Part 1: start from helm charts

K8s is a very complex beast. But it give you a very good set of security defaults, and it is also a very well done implementation of a microservice application. After installing Docker Swarm on some Customer, we are giving … Continue reading

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K8s done right Part 2: Istio service Mesh

In this second article, I suggest to explore further two simple helm chart for getting a bit more inside K8s.   Grafana Loki is a horizontally-scalable, highly-available, multi-tenant log aggregation system inspired by Prometheus. It is designed to be very … Continue reading

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Memory Madness 2020

In 1985, all my work started with a VIC-20 with 5Kb of RAM, and only 3583 bytes free for the BASIC. With 3 more kilobytes, VIC-20 would be able to unveil its more versatile graphic capabilities, but we have no … Continue reading

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Commander X16: retro magic dream

Some time ago I mentioned the Pyc64 project, a “differently emulated” C/64. There’s a much more ambitious project that’s going under pressure, it’s called Commander X 16. Commander X 16 has been started by David Murray and three other guys. … Continue reading

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HP 42s the BEST calculator and its FAST MODE

The HP 42S accompanied me throughout my university career, secretly designed for me some function graphs and with its 7KB alphanumeric also managed to make me keep some secret notes. I bought it on December 5, 1992, paying it 229,000 … Continue reading

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esp8266 webImport

UPDATED and BUGFIXED! MicroPython Repl command line is very nice, because you can telnet to the chip and read-and-evaluate python code. It is a great way of learning embedded IoT. The bad thing you cannot copy file while it is running, so … Continue reading

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