Tagged: learning

SocketIO IRC-style Tutorial – Part 2 – Getting started 0

SocketIO IRC-style Tutorial – Part 2 – Getting started

This is the 2nd post in a multi-part tutorial series on Socket.io. See Part 1 here. As with all things in life, code is in a constant state of change. Eventually, this tutorial series will be improved, but so that we can all stay on the same page, let’s start with the same version of code. You can go to ShakataGaNai/socketio-sample/d9b7bcc132 to browse the exact working copy this tutorial is...

SocketIO IRC-style Tutorial – Part 1 – Intro 0

SocketIO IRC-style Tutorial – Part 1 – Intro

One of the technology things that excites me the most is the use of Websockets to help power the “Real Time Web“. When you use a modern browser and use a web based chat system (like IRCCloud), it very likely uses websockets. Twitter feed constantly updating? Websockets. Facebook feed growing as you waste the day? Websockets. “Real Time” Google Analytics? Websockets. You get the idea, lots of cool things we...

Initial publishing of Puppet scripts 0

Initial publishing of Puppet scripts

Once you get to a certain number of servers (virtual, physical, or cloud), you need some manner of centrally managing the machines. Something that will let you install packages and configure them all in some standard way, so you don’t have repeat these steps a hundred times yourself. In my experience, the pay off was less during the initial setup phase (because you’re generally only setting up 1 or 2...