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echo " new-post <title>"
echo " boot dev"
echo " sudo update-alternatives --set java /usr/lib/jvm/jdk-8-oracle-x64/jre/bin/java"
name: Docker
category: Cloud
logo: docker.png
description: >-
Docker is used to run software packages called "containers".
Containers are isolated from each other and bundle their own
tools, libraries and configuration files; they can communicate
with each other through well-defined channels. All containers are
run by a single operating system kernel and are thus more
lightweight than virtual machines. Containers are created from
"images" that specify their precise contents. Images are often
created by combining and modifying standard images downloaded from
name: Kubernetes
category: Cloud
logo: kubernetes.png
description: >-
Kubernetes is an open-source container-orchestration system for
automating deployment, scaling and management of containerized
applications. It was originally designed by Google and is now
maintained by the Cloud Native Computing Foundation. It aims to
provide a "platform for automating deployment, scaling, and
operations of application containers across clusters of hosts". It
works with a range of container tools, including Docker.
name: Monit
category: Monitoring
title: "org-mode capture template for code snippets"
title: "Orgmode capture template for code snippets"
authors: "Alain M. Lafon"
category: "org-mode"
category: "orgmode"
date-created: 2016-05-01
tags: elisp, emacs, programming
uuid: 3eeda4a5-a749-417a-b07c-e7ded2407b73
title: Create Org Mode tasks from Pivotal Tracker issues
title: Create Orgmode tasks from Pivotal Tracker issues
authors: Alain M. Lafon
category: org-mode
category: orgmode
date-created: 2018-07-15
tags: emacs, tooling, productivity, tracker2pivotal
uuid: 2d8cd5c0-54f1-45c2-b4c4-853f302b8419
description: Fetches issues from Pivotal and creates an Org Mode file for it
description: Fetches issues from Pivotal and creates an Orgmode file for it
I personally work a lot with Org Mode, but collaborate on bigger
I personally work a lot with Orgmode, but collaborate on bigger
projects with other people through proprietary tools. Some of them are
very good for collaboration like Pivotal Tracker. So it totally makes
sense to use them in heterogeneous teams! In fact, very often it is me
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However, for my workflow (which is based on GTD) it is important to
know that I have all my pending tasks visible in one place. In fact,
that's one of the great features of Org Mode - I have my meeting
that's one of the great features of Orgmode - I have my meeting
minutes, tasks with links to resources like mails, time tracking, etc,
all in one place. Having some tasks scattered in different tools
is dangerous, because:
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- It creates mental overhead
For this reason, I import tasks from proprietary tools into my local
Org Mode agenda. I don't do anything fancy with it like two-way sync
Orgmode agenda. I don't do anything fancy with it like two-way sync
as this complicates matters a lot. Those external tools are great at
what they do (collaboration [potentially in real time], exchanging
assets, etc) and there is little sense to clone that functionality in
title: Orgmode inline code blocks
authors: Alain M. Lafon
category: orgmode
date-created: 2018-09-07
tags: emacs
uuid: 41ee0bdc-510a-4bb2-ac9d-efbacd7ef0a4
description: >-
Working with Orgmode inline code blocks
Working with [code
is one of the great features of Orgmode and is therefore rather well
They canonically look like this:
#+NAME: <name>
#+BEGIN_SRC <language> <switches> <header arguments>
This works great when you want to add either a bigger snippet for an
exported document or you want to do actual calculations with data from
the document.
For the latter case, if you don't need a whole lot of room for your
code - for example if you're doing an easy calculation like the VAT on
an invoice, it would be great if you had the ability to add inline
code blocks. And of course, Orgmode provides!
Anywhere in an Orgmode document, inline code snippets can be embedded
like this: `src_elisp{( + 1 2)}`
When you hit `C-c C-c` while point is on this code, it will execute
and append the result. When exporting, the code block is not visible
while the result is.
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authors: Alain M. Lafon
category: Emacs
draft: true
tags: emacs, org-mode
tags: emacs, orgmode
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