1. How to make a docker machine from an old laptop

    On OS X you can not run Docker natively. Instead, you must use a virtual machine. It is common to run out of memory if you run multiple virtualized docker containers, IDEs, Chrome tabs and so. Although it is possible to use cloud instance as docker machine the high latency is an issue. An alternative for that is to run Docker Machine on a spare laptop in a local network. In this post I briefly describe how I did it.

    docker, generic, laptop, machine, osx, ubuntu

  2. Getting started with emacs for scala programming

    This month I switched to emacs for scala programming. I was tired of the IntelliJ IDEA slowness and the fact that it consumes lots of CPU and memory. It works great for java, but with scala it’s unpleasant. Then I discovered spacemacs and ensime. I felt a relief. I find it much more ergonomic and faster IDE for scala. However, the beginnings are hard. I wrote this post to help you with the firsts steps in emacs.

    emacs, ensime, evil, osx, scala, spacemacs, vim