By Adrian Kosmaczewski. Updates every Friday.
I love reading, and I love books; and in the 21st century, reading books means, to a large degree, electronic books.
The most visible star of the Agile galaxy is, without any doubt, the famous, the dreaded, the hyped, the all mighty standup meeting.
I’ve been reading “Cloud Without Compromise: Hybrid Cloud for the Enterprise” by Paul Zikopoulos and Christopher Bienko.
My personal project during the pandemic was Conway, a project providing implementations of Conway’s Game of Life in as many programming languages as possible.
The recent release by Microsoft of vscode.dev, the online version of Visual Studio Code, made me think of all the different things I do with VSCode, including this blog.
I have had the chance to watch live keynotes by Bill Gates and Steve Jobs; their styles couldn’t have been more different.
Here’s a small selection of cool things you can do on Linux with FFmpeg.
If you are in the business of software, sooner or later you will hear people talking about Git, GitHub, or GitLab.
If you work in the tech field, the word “Kubernetes” is all over the place these days; for those new to the subject, it can be very confusing to understand what it is, what it does, and why it is so important to so many people.
Last weekend I decided to learn Vagrant to build a simple k3s Kubernetes cluster on top of a set of VirtualBox virtual machines.