Monthly Archives: April 2009

Continuous Deployment == Fail Fast Software

I Just read Timothy Fitz’s post on Continuous Deployment: “This is a software release process implementation of the classic Fail Fast pattern. The closer a failure is to the point where it was introduced, the more data you have to … Continue reading

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announce: cl-markdown 0.10.5 and cl-containers 0.11.5

Shocking as it is, I’m actually posting an entry categorized with “lisp”. What is the world a’coming to. Seriously, though, Tiarnan O’Corrain and Timothy Ritchey, reported a very basic problem with cl-markdown (i.e., it didn’t work). To put it simply, … Continue reading

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Review: Anthony Bourdain’s Kitchen Confidential

Even if it’s not all true, this is a wonderful jaunt through the professional chef’s view of the world. Bourdain has a great writer’s voice and a wonderfully slanted take on his place in the universe. your body is not … Continue reading

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OpenSSH and ControlMaster

I’ve been using tramp lately. It’s very cool but also often very slow. Yesterday I found this description of ControlMaster on linux.com. “OpenSSH 4.0 introduced an interesting new feature called ControlMaster that allows it to reuse an existing connection to … Continue reading

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