Over the course of a single day I might work on a dozen different admin or development projects. In the morning I could be hacking on some Zabbix monitoring scripts, in the afternoon on auto-generated documentation and in the evening on a Python or C project. I try to keep my system clean and my projects […]
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 […]
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:
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 […]
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 […]
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.
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 […]
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