Ansible Tower: Initial Thoughts

One of our clients recently wanted to start using Ansible on a project. As part of the new effort we wanted to investigate Ansible Tower as a potential way to use Ansible. This blog is a overview of the thoughts I had and some lessons learned. My next blog will be more specific examples of […]

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Introduction It’s been a while since I’ve posted about some BDD work, but I’ve recently gotten back into it using Behave. Over the next few months, I’ll be posting more and more, as I get deeper into the tool, but I figure I’ll start with a comparison based on my initial work. This post will […]

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Increasing the Amount of Memory Available to a 32-bit Windows Application

Despite the fact that I am running a 64-bit version of Windows 7, I sometimes need to run 32-bit applications.  By default these applications are only able to use 2 GB of memory, regardless of the amount of available memory on the system (see: ).  However, I sometimes need these 32-bit applications to be […]

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Calling Python Code from C++

When developing an application in programming language A you may discover that certain parts of the program are easier to code using a different language B.  At this point you have one of three choices: Write the application entirely in language A. Write the application entirely in language B. Write most of the application using […]

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