Twenty plus years of Linux
Ok, it’s actually been longer than twenty years, but we seem to like base-10, so it’s a catchier headline. I can’t exactly claim that my early years were terribly productive, so maybe twenty years is more appropriate anyway. I feel like that’s a pretty long time and given how some technologies come and go it is pretty interesting that a lot of the fundamentals still hold true today (and are still good).…
I’m going to attempt to have a very productive year, personally and professionally. I have a new role at work which means I get to spend more time designing, and less time building. It’s exciting but I really do feel like I have to do some training to keep up with everything that we’re looking at doing this year. That’s where I’ll be spending a lot of time trying out Kubernetes and related technologies.…
Where do we discuss things?
When I decided to restart my blog I also decided to add comments. Not because I strongly expect anyone will care to comment, but because it seemed like something that would be fun to do (note: my definition of fun is clearly outside the norm). I assuemed that I would be using forum software to accomplish this. I’m not willing to use a third party service like disqus because I want to control my own data.…
History tells me that I’m a very finicky note-taker. I’ve purchased and used a large number of note taking systems over the years. Voodoopad , Evernote , Notational Velocity , Simplenote , Bear , Trello and Tiddlywiki are a few of the tools that got more use than others. I really enjoy the wiki style tools where I can link in-between notes. Tiddlywiki would be my favorite if it had a good offline client.…