Most modern processors are multi-core, yet Perl programs will typically run single-threaded on only one core at a time. Enter the Many Core Engine module - it makes it easy to run your existing Perl code in parallel across every core on your platform, and get a huge speed boost along the way.

Get all the benefits of the latest Raspbian release without wiping your Raspberry Pi and starting from scratch by manually update it…

All you’ve got to do is follow these terminal commands and you’ll be up and running in, well, quite a while actually (it can takes ages, but you can leave it to it). The only caveat is that any new software that comes bundled with the new release wont be installed.

A smart and nice Twitter client on terminal wrote by Python.

Over the past month at Lyft we’ve been working on porting our infrastructure code away from Puppet. We had some difficulty coming to agreement on whether we wanted to use SaltStack (Salt) or Ansible. We were already using Salt for AWS orchestration, but we were divided on whether Salt or Ansible would be better for configuration management. We decided to settle it the thorough way by implementing the port in both Salt and Ansible, comparing them over multiple criteria.

You just replace use Getopt::Long with use Getopt::Long::Complete and your program suddenly supports tab completion. This works for most/many programs.

The definitive source of the best JavaScript libraries, frameworks, and plugins.

Backupninja allows you to coordinate system backup by dropping a few simple configuration files into /etc/backup.d/. Most programs you might use for making backups don't have their own configuration file format. Backupninja provides a centralized way to configure and schedule many different backup utilities. It allows for secure, remote, incremental filesytem backup (via rdiff-backup), compressed incremental data, backup system and hardware info, encrypted remote backups (via duplicity), safe backup of MySQL/PostgreSQL databases, subversion or trac repositories, burn CD/DVDs or create ISOs, incremental rsync with hardlinking.

With FPM, you can specify dependencies, architecture, maintainer, etc. All from a simple command line, and never forcing you to learn the pain and suffering that can come with rpm spec files or debian package building.

Getting Started will guide you through the process of creating a simple Dropwizard project: Hello World. Along the way, we’ll explain the various underlying libraries and their roles, important concepts in Dropwizard, and suggest some organizational techniques to help you as your project grows. (Or you can just skip to the fun part.)

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