1. A CEO's Guide to Emacs

    Once you grok Emacs, you realize that it's a thermonuclear toaster that can also serve as the engine for... well, just about anything you want to do with text. When you think about how much your computing life revolves around text, this is a rather bold statement. Bold, but true.

  2. Immutable Infrastructure: Networks

    If you work with network infrastructure, you know that it has a tendency to drift away from its original configuration, or "grow warts." There are many tools that attempt to solve this problem. Fugue brings automation and control of networks one step further by ensuring networks remain in the state intended when they were deployed.

  3. Immutable Infrastructure Realized: Fugue Computing

    We at Luminal are launching our new vision for computing: Fugue. Fugue embodies a set of core computing patterns that rely upon automating the creation and operations of cloud infrastructure, short-lived compute instances, and simplification of compute instances.

  4. What's A Fugue?

    We thought it would be fun to have our friends, music professors Laura Renninger and Shaun Amos, answer that for us in this short video blog about the fugue in music. Enjoy!

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