I just released the 2nd version of my CoreDNS plugin for getting DNS records from Netbox. This release adds IPv6.
A short guide for using IPython and Jupyter Notebook on remote Linux machine in the Enterprise Corp, where you don't have root rights.
I have just released WolkenBrot v0.3 with OpenStack support. WolkenBrot is my own little program to bake cloud images. The name means "Cloud Bread" in German.
After two years at noris network AG, yesterday was my last day with this company.
It has been a long time since it felt so hard leaving a company. In my two years
I worked with really great people on some of the most cutting edge technologies.
All these things were not possible without the help of so many great people with
whom I worked with. Some of them might read this post, so here is a big thanks.
I wanted to summerize my two years and gather all the lessons I learned in one place
for my future self and others too.
It's quite hard summerize such an eclectic post. It's been a wild ride in noris network with lots of new technologies and ideas. We have had a lot of success. I would like to think that a great part was because we opted to work in an open source matter, even thougah not all our projects where open source. This blog post is a summary of the good things we did, and the positive leasons we learned.
I hope reading through these will inspire you to choose a similar path.
This is a short tutorial on how to build a data source for Grafana using Python Bottle micro-framework. Eventually, you can use this code to connect to any database (including SQLite).
Duplicity backup utility is the old workhorse in all recent Ubuntu versions. I use the GUI called Deja-Dup for quite a while now. But until now I never bothered to check how to restore my files. I did decide to check how to restore file, because backup is only half the job! It turns out, that the GUI does a disservice for duplicity users. Restoring an encrypted backup turned out to not work. I didn't bother to research why, and turned to the CLI. This is a reminder on how to restore the files.
After a long development hiatus I am releasing a new version of blogit
This is not my typical blog post style. So no "how to" or opinnions. Just some reflections on how I submitted a patch to Python's standard library.