The first post of a series that describes a very cool project. It describes my thought process, the evolution of an existing method and the engineering of a new process. I walk you through initial design, challenges, brainstorming, testing, implementation and final delivery. The ultimate goal? to outsource the manufacturing of appliances to the appliance manufacturer, including the software and OS implementation.
This category consists of stuff related to my expertise with Systems Administration. I've been a Systems Administrator for Linux, Windows and other Operating Systems for the span of 10 - 12 years. I do this stuff for a living, but I also do it for fun and to learn. Consulting on technology for different clients across any industry is part of my job and from time to time I'll share some of those experiences with you. You'll probably find posts related to MySQL, Linux, WordPress, Servers, Command line stuff, and really geeky topics. If you're used to some of the other more fun sections on my site, this is very different.
I needed to run some queries against a couple of postgress databases, and I didn’t want to have to use a server. There’s a quick and easy way to get pgsql installed and running on your mac.
So I’ve been wrong for a while now about something. I always bought into the common assumption that Remote Desktop Protocol (RDP) is insecure. It actually is relatively secure. It is secure enough to keep your connections to Windows based computers safe from prying eyes and other threats. Waddaya know? Apparently for me, the answer […]
Good morning! I’m glad that you’re back for the weekly Firefox add on review. If you missed some of the previous ones, check out the Firefox link on the right. Today I’ll show you about Autocopy. It is a very simple extension and if you’re not familiar with this concept, the first and only question […]
As all three of my regular visitors know, a few months back my server was hacked. It was pretty bad, to the point where I lost a couple years of blog posts and other information I had in my server. This event prompted me to start walking the walk that I talk in regards to […]