Cross Platform Node.js Apps
Node.js projects are very much cross-platform, allowing your team to use any operating system they want to work on them.
A Linker for Joel
In January 2004 Joel Spolsky wrote a blog post titled “Please Sir May I Have a Linker︖", where he described his tribulations trying to install a small ․NET app in computers not bundled with the original ․NET framework.
GitHub, BitBucket, GitLab; they are not the only solutions available to share Git repos with your friends and colleagues.
Elixir and Phoenix Framework
I’ve been learning a bit about the Elixir programming language lately, and for that I created a small app using the Phoenix Framework.
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.
Lots of VSCode Extensions
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.
FFmpeg Tips and Tricks
Here’s a small selection of cool things you can do on Linux with FFmpeg.
Vagrant, k3s and VirtualBox
Last weekend I decided to learn Vagrant to build a simple k3s Kubernetes cluster on top of a set of VirtualBox virtual machines.
Amazon EKS Anywhere
I’ve been playing lately with Amazon EKS Anywhere, the Kubernetes distribution used by EKS that you can install in your own premises.
Alpine Linux in VirtualBox
I’ve been playing with Alpine Linux on VirtualBox, and here are some notes I took during the process.
Password Hashing in Django
This technique can be useful when migrating applications from Django to ASP.
Testing applications that use LDAP for user authentication can be complicated.
First Web App in Rust
My exploration of Rust continues; this week, I rewrote a Python Flask application I use for demos at work.
Specialized Generic Methods in Rust
I have not been so interested in a language in years as I am right now with Rust.
Search Engine for akos.ma
Adding a search engine to this website was a nice little weekend project.
This is my first post from a brand new world.
Thin as a WEBrick
Estuve probando un nuevo lenguaje de programacion que no conocia: Ruby.