Most interesting links of May ’14

Recommended Readings Monolith – from The Codeless Code – fables and koans for the SW engineer – the Monad monolth #Haskell #fun http2 explained (pdf, 27 pages) – cons of http 1 (huge spec / no full impl., wasteful use of TCP <=> latency [x spriting, inlining, concatenation, sharding]) => make it less latency sensitive,Continue reading “Most interesting links of May ’14”

SSH magic: Authorize only once for multiple ssh/scp invocations

OpenSSH has a nice feature that makes it possible to open one “master connection”, which can be shared by multiple subsequent ssh/scp/sftp “slave connections”. The advantage is that you need to supply password only when opening the master connection and thus you can easily perform a sequence of remote commands without constant re-authentication. Let’s seeContinue reading “SSH magic: Authorize only once for multiple ssh/scp invocations”