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”

Most interesting links of February ’12

Recommended Readings List of open source projects at Twitter including e.g. their scala_school – Lessons in the Fundamentals of Scala and effectivescala – Twitter’s Effective Scala Guide M. Fowler & P. Sadalage: Introduction into NoSQL and Polyglot Persistence (pdf, 11 slides) – what RDBMS offer and why it sometimes isn’t enough, what the different NoSQLContinue reading “Most interesting links of February ’12”

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”