Sat, 07 May 2011

Red Hat OpenShift Express & The Leafy Miracle

Red Hat made a lot of awesome announcements this week at The Red Hat Summit, one of which being OpenShift.

I had the opportunity to play with the internal beta for a little while now, and I must say that as a developer I am extremely impressed with the service. Just being able to git push my code into to the cloud drastically simplifies large-scale software deployment, and makes it so I don't even have to leave my development environment.

I figured out a way to get TurboGears2 and Pyramid running on OpenShift Express, and documented it here and here. After that, I proceeded to write my very first Pyramid application.

[ The Leafy Miracle ]

In memory of the proposed [and rejected] Fedora 16 codename "Beefy Miracle", this little app is called "Leafy Miracle".

[ Features & Tech ]

[ Running ]
sudo yum -y install python-virtualenv
git clone git:// && cd leafymiracle
virtualenv env && source env/bin/activate
python develop
python leafymiracle/
paster serve development.ini
[ Code ]

git clone git://

[ Props ]

Mad props go out to RJ Bean, who helped me write this app. He is responsible for writing a ton of amazing Python widgets for various JavaScript visualization libraries. You can see some demos of them here:

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Fri, 07 Sep 2007

</college><real world>

After a 2+ year long internship, I have accepted a full-time job offer with Red Hat, Inc. As far as I know, I'll be mainly working on the Fedora Project -- and since Fedora encompasses and innovates the open-source world, the opportunities are pretty limitless.

I'm extremely grateful to be able to work with an incredible community, and an amazing company full of brilliant minds. I look forward to helping open source take over the world.

Also, thanks to whoever filled my cube with Fedora 6 ppc DVDs, and various half-empty packs of gum. Much appreciated ;)

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