I always make the mistake of trying to do “just one little thing before bed” on my homelab. An hour or so later and I’ve added system and traefik logs to my #grafana dashboard via promtail. Haven’t gotten it all prettied up just yet though. I set tonight’s finish line at “it works”.
I’ve spent the last few days refactoring my application from #python over to #swift. While there are plenty of quirks, my biggest gripe with swift so far is the less than stellar documentation. There is so much that you are expected to know when looking at the documentation and the answers are rarely readily available.
While I can’t share my code, I think there is some value to some of the things I’ve learned along the way and perhaps I’ll do a write up with more detail than the docs provide.
A very angry post about domain squatters. TL;DR - they're scum.
For folks working in the tech industry, do your employers block you from working on software projects outside of work? Is that a normal thing in the industry?
I’ve got a tool that I made that is completely unrelated to my work but I am worried about sharing it publicly and losing my job. It’s kind of a bummer because I love the #foss community and would like to contribute more.
US voting hardware maker's shock discovery: Security improves when you actually work with the community - ES&S takes the bold step of not ignoring vulnerability reports Black Hat Just hours after Pro... - https://go.theregister.com/feed/www.theregister.com/2020/08/06/black_hat_ess_bugs/
Software integrity engineer with a love for Python, Docker, Linux, and just about all other things technology.
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