By Adrian Kosmaczewski. Updates every Friday. Best viewed with Firefox.
Here is an extension of a popular tweet I once wrote, extending it both backward and forward in time, with some actualizations.
Five years ago I bought a TUXEDO Computers laptop and finished my migration to Linux completely, without ever looking back.
Business literature is filled with myths and legends about famous entrepreneurs building empires from scratch. What those same books don’t say is that those empires are often built on top of free labor.
This blog, made of writing pieces I published online in various formats since 1996 to today, is the reflection of the various migrations I’ve experienced through my life.
Here’s the playlist of the songs I’ve enjoyed the most in 2022, aka the playlist of my life. Enjoy!
At some point in 2023 I asked online for WordPress experts for the remake of a website, and it felt like opening a fire hose.
I finished reading “Who Says Elephants Can’t Dance?” an autobiography of Lou Gerstner, CEO of IBM from 1993 to 2002, and I can say without hesitation that it’s one of the best business books I’ve read in decades. Here are some notes (quite a few actually!) I took while reading it.
I’ve blogged about Ruby on Rails quite a few times in the past 18 years. I’ve delivered lots of Rails apps, I’ve used it for my own company, and I have been a historic fan of Rails against all odds and against all opinions.
During the preparation of my “Learning OpenShift” course for LinkedIn Learning, I used OpenShift Local (formerly known as “CodeReady Containers” or CRC) to demonstrate the various features of the platform from a developer’s point of view.
I’m very happy to announce that my new training called “Learning OpenShift” is now available to subscribers at LinkedIn Learning!