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Ruby : Compiling your source code to byte code

Hey, from ruby 2.3.0 its so easy to compile your source code to bytecodes the Ruby-VM understands.

byte_code = RubyVM::InstructionSequence.compile_file '/home/john/somefile.rb'

File.binwrite '/home/john/bytecode', byte_code.to_binary

and in Command Line… 104 more words

Ruby On Rails

Virtual commissioning saves precious time

Guest blogger:  Steffen Winkler, Vice President Sales Factory Automation, Bosch Rexroth

Ever shorter product life cycles and the desire for smaller batch sizes constantly present designers and programmers of production machines and lines with new challenges. 468 more words

Automation

Publish Web App to Azure Virtual Machine - Part 2

This post is Part 2 of the series – Publish web app to Azure VM. In this post I will take the application, we created in Part 1 and publish it on Azure Virtual Machine through Visual Studio Team Services. 692 more words

Visual Studio

Publish Web App to Azure Virtual Machine - Part 1

This post is two-part series where I will explain how we can publish a web app to Azure Virtual Machine.

In the Part 1 of this post… 772 more words

Visual Studio

Storage Management by Spreadsheet

It’s 2016 and still the number one storage management application is Microsoft Excel. Storage administrators continue to use Excel spreadsheets to track how much capacity each server is using and assign which LUN or volume goes to those servers. 538 more words

Blog

MORE ON CLUSTER

From the previous post we checked how to create clusters and how to work with them. From this post let’s talk more about clusters. Let’s see how to install httpd and then how to enable ssl with certificates. 132 more words

Virtual Box