Python 3


Want a Python 3 Pixabay’s API wrapper that is easy to use and complete enough to avoid dealing with raw routes, json and url parameters? python-pixabay may be your option.



Learning to Code

Coder Wong

After a month studying programming for 8-12hrs per day. My mind finally gave in the last 2 days. I think I woke up on the wrong side of the bed. Couldn’t think properly and had to reset. Currently learning JavaScript and it’s a pain in the ass but I will never give up! Now, I am revitalised  and back at it again!

Currently following Javascript Is Sexy site.

Happy Easter Everybody!

We are not defeated by adversity but by the loss of the will to strive. However devastated you may feel, so long as you have the will to fight on, you can surely triumph.

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Bringing you the Quantum Cryptography.

So I started, finally, to work on some QKD (Quantum Key Distribution). IBM recently released a python API to their 5 qubit quantum computer. I’ve been playing around with it and found it pretty easy to use. I have only managed to entangle a couple qubits and teleport them, but gotta start somewhere. Anyway, I […]

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LXC: The Linux Containers

DISCLAIMER: This article is for 32 bit pc users, since` Docker cannot use 32 bit machine as a host system.

Did you ever found that running virtual machine on 32 bit computer is really slow and can be considered as memory hog? Did you ever found that running chroot and debootstrap together to create a jail or isolated root directory is just too limited and time consuming?

Then LXC is for you.

Introducing LXC

  • What is LXC anyway?
    • LXC is a userspace interface for the Linux kernel containment features
      Through a powerful API and simple tools, it lets Linux users easily create and manage system or application containers.
  • Why you should try LXC?
    • Template(distribution image) installation in LXC is simple as lxc-create -t centos -n myCentosContainer.
    • It has more pre-configurations than pure chrooting.
    • It use far less resources than using virtual machine such as
      Oracle VirtualBox.
    • If you are a command line assassin. 🙂

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