Monthly Archives: September 2015

DevOps Job Interview Questions

This file contains a number of interview questions that can be used when vetting potential candidates. It is by no means recommended to use every single question here on the same candidate (that would take hours). Choosing a few items … Continue reading

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why the focus on devops

I’ve built more than 1400 virtual machines in the past 18 months. how do you manage that many machine? ANSIBLE, CHEF, PUPPET, SYSTEM CENTER I think that the most important is the PXE server, I just don’t think that enough … Continue reading

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turducken

for a second when I read this article.. I really expected there to be a programming language named turducken To compound matters, this is a simple or “standard” column family. It is fairly limited by itself. Many column family databases, … Continue reading

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recursive queries

I love recursion, and parent child relationships I just found a wonderful example, and had to share the experience (note, I am not the author, just republishing) Many SQL implementations don’t have loops, making some kinds of analysis very difficult. … Continue reading

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