Ferry Boender

Programmer, DevOpper, Open Source enthusiast.

Email: ferry.boender@gmail.com
Github: https://www.github.com/fboender
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Lurch: a unixy launcher and auto-typer

I cobbled together a unixy command / application launcher and auto-typer. I've dubbed it Lurch. Features: Fuzzy filtering as-you-type. Execute commands. Open new browser tabs. Auto-type into currently focussed window Auto-type TOTP / rfc6238 / two-factor / Google Authenticator codes. Unixy and composable. Reads entries from stdin. You can use and combine these features to […]

multi-git-status can now hide repos that don't need attention

I've added an "-e" argument to my multi-git-status project. It hides repositories that have no unpushed, untracked or uncommitted changes. Without "-e": And with the "-e" argument:

Umatrix makes the web usable again

As happens with all media, once corporations join in because there is money to be made, things quickly devolve into a flaming heap of shit. The internet is no exception to this rule. With the coming of Javascript and DHTML in the late 90's, ads soon started appearing on the web. Not long after, pop-ups […]

Bexec: Execute script in buffer and display output in buffer. Version 0.10 released.

After almost a year of no releases, I've made a new release of Bexec today. It's a minor feature release that brings a new setting to Bexec: bexec_splitsize. This settings controls the default size of the output window. You can set it in your .vimrc as follows: let g:bexec_splitsize=20 This will always make the output […]

Ansible-cmdb v1.12: Generate a host overview of Ansible facts.

I've just released ansible-cmdb v1.12. Ansible-cmdb takes the output of Ansible's fact gathering and converts it into a static HTML overview page containing system configuration information. It supports multiple templates and extending information gathered by Ansible with custom data. This release includes the following bugfixes and feature improvements: Bugfix: Don't parse hidden files in fact output […]

Interesting links: October 4th 2015

Here's a bunch of links I found interesting in the last few weeks: List of Python Report Generation Tools jstat – Java Virtual Machine Statistics Monitoring Tool How To Protect WordPress with Fail2Ban on Ubuntu 14.04 | DigitalOcean Shiny Turn your analyses into interactive web applicationsNo HTML, CSS, or JavaScript knowledge required logtail(8) – Linux […]

Chrome’s Console API: Greatest Hits

The Chrome debugger is the best tool for locating problematic code in a JavaScript application, but there are times that diving into your code line-by-line isn’t the fastest or most convenient means to that end. We all know about console.log(), but I thought I’d write about a few of its lesser-known cousins that are more […]

Various databases and how they scale

By chance I stumbled upon an article about databases and how they scale. It's a great read and does an excellent job describing the various stengths and weaknesses regarding different kinds of scaling for databases. Especially the images really capture the essence. 

Think Bayes: Bayesian Statistics in Python

There's a free download available of "Think Bayes – Bayesian Statistics in Python" over at it-ebooks.info. A small excerpt from the book: The premise of this book, and the other books in the Think X series, is that if you know how to program, you can use that skill to learn other topics. Most books […]

MobaXterm – (Free) All-in-one Xserver/SSH/Linux environment for Windows

I recently stumbled on MobaXterm. It's a complete unix enviroment including X Server/SSH/Telnet/SCP/FTP client all in one. The list of features is impressive to say the least. This is an excellent replacement for Putty. A small selection of the most useful features: Free. What more is there to say? Tabs and Horizontal / Vertical split […]

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