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A little collection of cool unix terminal/console/curses tools

A little collection of cool unix terminal/console/curses tools | neta | Scoop.it
“ dstat & sar iostat, vmstat, ifstat and much more in one.
slurm Visualizes network interface traffic over time.
vim & emacs The real programmers’ editors.
screen, dtach, tmux, byobu Keep your...
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Practical Tmux

Today I switched over completely from GNU Screen to the more modern BSD-licensed alternative, tmux. After making sure that tmux would handle all the normal things that I used I used Screen for, I took the plunge, and haven't looked back. The project's webpage has a complete list of features available under tmux, but as an everyday user of Screen, here are the major reasons I switched:


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chef-solo with vagrant

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To learn the concepts of chef, we can start by using chef-solo with Vagrant. See my previous post on Vagrant to install vagrant and know more about it. Next, lets install chef-solo on our machine.

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Ruby Under a Microscope: An Illustrated Guide to Ruby Internals - PDF Free Download - Fox eBook

Ruby Under a Microscope: An Illustrated Guide to Ruby Internals - PDF Free Download - Fox eBook | neta | Scoop.it
Ruby Under a Microscope: An Illustrated Guide to Ruby Internals PDF Free Download, Reviews, Read Online, ISBN: 1593275277, By Pat Shaughnessy

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Chapter 1. Tokenization and Parsing
Chapter 2. Compilation
Chapter 3. How Ruby Executes Your Code
Chapter 4. Control Structures and Method Dispatch
Chapter 5. Objects and Classes
Chapter 6. Method Lookup and Constant Lookup
Chapter 7. The Hash Table: The Workhorse of Ruby Internals
Chapter 8. How Ruby Borrowed a Decades-Old Idea from Lisp
Chapter 9. Metaprogramming
Chapter 10. JRuby: Ruby on the JVM
Chapter 11. Rubinius: Ruby Implemented with Ruby
Chapter 12. Garbage Collection in MRI, JRuby, and Rubinius

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Ruby on Rails Design

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Ruby on rails are now creating the new highways to connect the web and provide a beautiful atmosphere of web developers.


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The Text Triumvirate (zsh, vim and tmux)

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Using layers in your app is a good way to ensure separation of concerns. This post is not an in-depth description to this architecture pattern but more a quick description of each layer’s purpose and how I’ve implemented them in node using express.

https://github.com/dave-elkan/layered-express


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Advanced Vagrant Usage with Puppet - Mitchell Hashimoto

"Advanced Vagrant Usage with Puppet" at PuppetConf '12 by Mitchell Hashimoto of Kiip. Learn more about Puppet: http://bit.ly/OUeBLk Abstract: This talk will ...

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Learn How To Use and Mastering Ruby Programming Language From Scratch - Video Training Course

Join Ruby Programming for Beginners training course: http://goo.gl/o1gAcq Learn How To Use and Mastering Ruby Programming Language From Scratch - Video Train...

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