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Showing posts with label tech. Show all posts
Showing posts with label tech. Show all posts

Sunday, April 12, 2015

A simple guide to using Unix/GNU Linux command line tools for fiddling with log files (*runs on Windows too)

I've been meaning to write this post for years now. Every time I thought about compiling a basic list, I've told my self "Nah.. there must be tons of examples on the net". Yes there are tons of them but I couldn't find anything:

  • That helped absolute noobs with a consolidated list
  • That demonstrated actual fiddling with Java log files
  • Something that works on Windows(!) No, I don't mean the awful Cygwin tool but something like Busybox or the wonderful Gow
So, here it is:

Sunday, February 01, 2015

Starting 2015 with yet another link dump

A belated happy new year! Here's some reading material I've been accumulating for a few months.

Distributed systems:

Performance related:
On tuning:
Misc tech articles:
Formatting comments on Gerrit:
That's it for now!

Sunday, October 19, 2014

Fall 2014 tech reading

My posts are getting less frequent and when I do post something, I realize that they are mostly just links. Yes, work is keeping me busy.
Big data:
Really? Another Hadoop SQL layer? Another Storm?
For those of you who knew about the original "column oriented stores" and "in-memory stream processing" - KDB - http://queue.acm.org/detail.cfm?id=1531242

Java 8 - the good and ugly bits:
Networks and systems:
The usual Scala and Go hate:
Until next time!

Wednesday, July 30, 2014

Summer tech reading (things that I thought were worth sharing)

  Some system and Java concurrency stuff:
 Profilers, Java safe points and related topics:
Lambas, closures, Java 8 Streams and some Scala "love":
Some miscellaneous but interesting stuff:
Things I didn't know about that was available in Bash - traps, logger, paste etc:
Until next time!

Sunday, June 01, 2014

The month of May's misc tech reading (note to self: title too officious)

Java stuff I found interesting last month: 

Misc distributed systems and other clever stuff:
A quick nod to better documentation:
Until next time!