Into the new School Year with Open Source and YouTuber Spirit
Late last year a colleague of mine offered me his lecturer position at a local university of applied sciences. Little did I know, my previous experience in teaching online would come in very handy as we were heading into a whole world suddenly switching to remote education.
The initial idea was only to bring a more practical approach to the lectures. However, by the time we went into the first round of discussions with the university leadership we were already in lock-down mode, and the idea of replicating remote education from the past became very appealing.
What even is “Senior”?
“Senior Software Developer” — says the text on the business card. But what makes someone senior? Is it the age? Is it the years in the business? Know-how? There’s a sometimes heated and, to some extent, endless debate going on what makes an engineer senior.
Don’t Block ICMP
“Don’t ping my server!” — is the sentiment among many sysadmins, and usually leads to a full-on ICMP blocking. But, it’s a terrible idea. Here’s why.
The (painful) Enterprise Way to the Cloud
Use the cloud, they said. It will be great, they said. Why is it painful then?
Go is a terrible language
Go certainly caught a lot of attention. Let’s look at the bad parts!
Go is an awesome language
Go certainly caught a lot of attention. Let’s look at the good parts!
Building a custom SSH server for fun and... containers!
Let’s build an SSH server in Go that launches Docker containers for each session!
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