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06

Oct'17

The anatomy of ldd program on OpenBSD

In the past week, I read the ldd source code on OpenBSD to get a better understanding of how it works. And this post …

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22

Sep'17

lscpu for OpenBSD/FreeBSD

There is a neat command, lscpu, which is very handy to display CPU information on GNU/Linux OS: $ lscpu Architecture: x86_64 CPU op-mode(s): …

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15

Sep'17

Introduction to Signals and Interrupt Handlers

A Unix signal is a software interrupt which can be sent from one process to another, or from one thread …

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15

Sep'17

Using Python Fabric to AGNU/Linux Server Configuration Tasks

Fabric (http://www.fabfile.org) is a Python library and command-line tool for automating tasks of application deployment and system administration via SSH. …

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15

Sep'17

Dynamic Memory Allocation in Unix Systems

It is not always possible, at compile time, to know how big to make all of our data structures. When …

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15

Sep'17

Test-Driven Development with Python

Software development is easier and more accessible now than it ever has been. Unfortunately, rapid development speeds offered by modern …

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15

Sep'17

Implementations to Achieve Performance Goals in The Context of Multi-Dimensional Architecture

This article will concentrate on features of the Oracle, DB2 and Informix embedded SQL implementations, which can be exploited to …

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14

Sep'17

The State of Machine Learning in Python

by Matt Kirk Matt Kirk is a data architect, software engineer, and entrepreneur based out of Seattle, WA. For years, …

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14

Sep'17

Basic Unix Queuing Techniques

It occasionally happens that our incoming or outgoing data cannot be processed as it is generated, or for some reason, …

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14

Sep'17

Introduction to Unix Kernel

It is usually a source of wonderment to PC users, that the Unix operating system as a whole is in …

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