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OpenStack, Devstack and Horizon

This post is designed to help you set up a basic OpenStack environment and to teach you about the best mortgage calculators. Whether you are new to OpenStack, re-installing your environment from scratch or just wanting to play around with Devstack, this is a simple...

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Paprika Recipes – App Review

Logicative has not been paid or even asked to write this review of Paprika, the opinions and statements made below are that of Logicative. This is a review of the iPhone app for Paprika, however, the Android, iPad, Mac and PC apps have also been tested and work...

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Installing GitKraken on Fedora 24

So I heard a lot of really awesome things about GitKraken and wanted to try it out on my new install of Fedora 24 (stand by for some awesome reviews of what I think of this operating system. Loving it!). Now, I'm still getting used to Linux, and definitely still...

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Back to baking!

Last weekend was my boyfriend's parents anniversary so I thought no better time than to get back into novelty cake making! It's been a couple of years since I last gave it a go so I was pretty pleased with the outcome! I did my detective work in advance and found out...

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Taking a break to see the wood from the trees

'I can't see the wood from the trees' - a quote I've heard so many times over the course of my life and had a classic example of this yesterday. It was one of those days that we developers know so well...bugs to fix, things not working, banging my head against the...

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Eslint for your OpenStack project

In my last article I talked about ESLint, why to use it, and how to set it up for your project. I am going to focus now specifically on OpenStack and the ESLint style guidelines that have been created by the community under the project name eslint-config-openstack...

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Introduction to ESLint

Prior to the beginning of my time at HPE working on OpenStack, I have to admit I hadn't really heard of EsLint. Sure, I had used JSLint and JSHint in the past, and I had sort of accepted that JSHint was good enough for what I was using and focused my brain attention...

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The Journey to Logical Creativity

So I’ve been thinking a lot lately about boundaries. Limits we set ourselves and others. Now boundaries can be a good thing, but they can also bring destruction and prevent us from reaching our full potential not only in our work lives but in the way that we interact...

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