Python in one post

Two years ago when I started learning Python I had made a small note for myself as a quick reference which turned out to be so handy. The time I made the note I did not consider about sharing it. Now, after two years when I was working with Python … Continue Reading →

How to fix corrupted filesystems in FreeBSD

I have an installation of FreeBSD on VirtualBox and once in awhile I work with it. Working with FreeBSD indeed is very amazing and it is a world itself. Anyhow, few days ago when I was working with the FreeBSD on VirtualBox on my Ubuntu machine, Unity got crazy and … Continue Reading →

Getting started with Spring Boot on OpenShift

In the previous post, I described how to run MongoDB on an OpenShift gear. In this, I expand the topic and explain about deploying a Spring Boot application to OpenShift. Basically, Spring Boot is an abstracted version of Spring with the purpose of fast development of production-ready apps. Spring Boot … Continue Reading →

How to turn a semi-lousy Samsung Galaxy Tab 3 Lite to a Linux beast

No doubt that the title of this post is more similar to Soviet-Union or North Korean propaganda rather than a serious tech related post. But there is no doubt that Samsung Galaxy Tab 3 Lite is a lousy tablet at best, if it is not a total garbage. Why? To … Continue Reading →

Getting started with MongoDB on OpenShift

I am fairly new to MongoDB, even though I have some knowledge about NoSQL databases concepts. In the last two days I was thinking to give a try to MongoDB and work with it in actual environment. To see how Mongo works with large data, I have targeted to import … Continue Reading →