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I'm a pediatric nurse, dog owner and coffee lover!

Over the years I taught myself a few things on and, more recently, .

I'm a motorsport fan (, , ...) and I do some on .

Ocasionally I take some time for and .

Nextcloud 24 was released a month ago and so, I updated my tutorial on how to install it on Debian 11!

My answer:

... I could spend more time outdoor, exercising. More hikes and runs with my dog comes to my mind!

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I don't know if, as me, you feel that we live in a world where we're pushed to spend more and more hours working.

But just saw this "question" in Netlify's Twitter, that I found interesting:

"If I had an extra day a week I could..."

Feel free to share your answer or keep it to yourself! Just think about it...

Today we have released offline access to the calendars and contacts. Check it out with our desktop clients! 😎 Here is more information on why we only use the desktop clients internally:

So, it's time to shutdown my phone and enjoy the evening with the family. I hope, wherever you're, wherever you're with, you can have a Merry Christmas 🎄⛄

is around the corner so it's time for a giveaway!

Three winners will get a free licence of Docs Home Server. Boost this message to take part.

We will sum up the results of the giveaway and announce the winners on Monday, December 27th. Let's go!

It’s time to break our broken phone habit. 📱💥

What if your next phone could last 10 years?

Check out the #10YearPhone powered by 🙌




Are you ready to say hello to the next generation of smartphones 👋 and bye to throw-away products?

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Debian 11 "Bullseye" is released 🎉

I was waiting with special anticipation for this release, after recently decided to stop relying on enterprise developed distributions.

I’ll now migrate my server from Ubuntu 20.04 to Debian 11, but first I had updated the tutorials on my blog on how to install Nginx, PostgreSQL, PHP and Nextcloud.


Still about Elementary OS 6.

I'm not their target audience and will like to know the thoughts of their long term users. But I think they lost the "friendly for beginners" tag.

For anyone testing/using eOS 6: Could you make it useful for you, without having to look for help online or use the command line?

Now, grab the latest ISO of, let's say, Linux Mint, install it and answer the same question.

I'm trying Elementary OS 6 and I'm probably missing something simple. What's the intended way to install apps/packages? For example, how to install Firefox?

I don't find it on App Center and didn't found other package manager installed.

I know I can 'sudo apt install firefox'. But I don't think that's how is intended to be done. What I'm missing?

Great news, everyone!

Tomorrow will turn 11. To celebrate this special event, today we are launching a contest for all users. All you need to do is to boost this toot! The main prize is a free license of ONLYOFFICE Home Server. The winner will be randomly chosen among all the participants. We will sum up the results of the contest on the 8th of July at 12 PM (CET). Stay tuned with us for more news from ONLYOFFICE. Good luck!

🚀 Alright fedi gang, do your magic. Looking for a junior dev in the UTC+05:00 to UTC+08:00 timezone.

The company is a small biz, and isn't a total dumpster fire as far as treating you goes. I was quite pleasantly surprised, in fact. Fully remote.

Project is ~2 months in and a standard Django thingy.

You'll work with me. Feel free to check my site to get a sense of who I am. Happy to help you throughout your onboarding and beyond. Ask me questions on my XMPP/Telegram.

Meanwhile, we found shelter on a bus stop. But Patudo isn't amused!

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I took the photo and run home as fast as I could. No luck. Two minutes later, I was getting soaked!

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