Monthly Archives: May 2018

Notes On Installing CentOS 7 Server

I’ve been on a fedora kick lately, and naturally for my server needs I am using CentOS 7. I have never really used CentOS in production and there are a couple of gotchas that I ran into while getting everything … Continue reading

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Installing Sage Math on Fedora 28

Sage Math is a massive collection of open source mathematical tools. I am using it as a part of going through the Free Linear Algebra Book. On a fresh install of Fedora 28, when you run dnf install sagemath you … Continue reading

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Read All of Hacker News With the hanopener Extension

I’ve been reading Hacker News obsessively lately. In the past I would skip the top posts every couple of days, lately I have been reading every new and top article. In order to achieve this I would go to the … Continue reading

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Deploying an Angular 6 Application to Netlify

Netlify is an excellent platform for building, deploying, and managing web applications. It supports automated deployment using GitHub webhooks and also provides some advanced features such as custom domains and HTTPS all for free. Deploying a Static Site to Netlify … Continue reading

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Install Terraform on an Ubuntu Server

Terraform by Hashicorp is a powerful tool that you can use to manage your infrastructure as code. It is distributed as a single binary so getting it installed on Ubuntu is a breeze. Assuming you are on a “standard” computer … Continue reading

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Using Microsoft Power BI With PostgreSQL

Microsoft Power BI is an advanced business intelligence suite that allows you to perform robust data analysis from a variety of different data sources. One common data source is PostgreSQL. Although Microsoft PowerBI does support PostgreSQL, getting started can be a … Continue reading

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