Lean coffee Gent affords me unique access to a group of highly skilled agile experts. Lean coffee itself is our monthly meetup where we discuss all things agile following the lean coffee principle. Other than participation, attendance also offers access to our invite-only slack channel. The lean coffee gent slack is invite only and atContinue reading “Culture eats strategy for breakfast”
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Stuff you will wonder about when installing Bamboo
Bamboo is software by Atlassian that will build your software and do stuff https://www.atlassian.com/software/bamboo You might also know Jira, Confluence, Crowd & Stash. Their PR machine is excellent (Like that time when they hijacked 10 years GIT. They made a beautiful congratulatory page & article that had half my twitter feed think Atlassian invented git. TheyContinue reading “Stuff you will wonder about when installing Bamboo”
A quick bit on Ello
There’s a new kid on the social media block and it’s called ello. Its minimalistic by design aesthetic and looks very smooth. Others say it looks clinical, and it’s been called the start of the Miserable Web. There’s a new kid on the block and the writers smell blood. Everyone is putting in their 2Continue reading “A quick bit on Ello”
Debian Squeeze to Wheezy dist-upgrade breaks sasl+mysql
Upgrading broke my postfix+sasl+mysql auth, cripling my SMTP service. Because libsasl2-2 that was upgraded from 2.1.23 to 2.1.25. I upgraded Debian Squeeze to Wheezy and most of it worked within acceptable parameters. There were problems, but nothing big, except that it killed my SMTP service. Upgrades, the gift that keeps on giving. Many people offeredContinue reading “Debian Squeeze to Wheezy dist-upgrade breaks sasl+mysql”
Available for work starting February 2014
Quick message to let everyone know that I’m available for freelance work starting February 2014. It’s an exciting new time for me 🙂 I can finally take on new clients and expand my activities. I had an exciting time so far, and this means a next step for me 🙂 Fun! Feels kind of redundantContinue reading “Available for work starting February 2014”
Sideloading my Ouya
In a short reprise of the situation, I discovered the Artemis Spaceship Bridge simulator, the Android version. Last time I checked there was a beta, now its available on the market! It’s fun a fun game, several players and a server that hosts the thing and shows the main view. Fun. I wanted to haveContinue reading “Sideloading my Ouya”
Analyzing a few of Tony Robbins’ TED talk techniques.
I don’t know a lot about Tony Robbins. In fact, I first heard about him in a Bruno the Bandit comic where Bruno gets a Tony Robbins Bluebird of Happiness. (I loved that comic!) I know he is a motivational speaker and that makes me slightly paranoid about any talk of his. That being said,Continue reading “Analyzing a few of Tony Robbins’ TED talk techniques.”
So I had a little chat with DHL about my Ouya.
My ouya was planned to arrive between 14/6 (something like that) and the 1st. That’s what the email said and that’s the email that contained the mysterious tracking number that didn’t ever work anywhere, until some good Google Plus’er (Christian Buggedei I think) found out what site would take it and we all ended upContinue reading “So I had a little chat with DHL about my Ouya.”
Why I shop Google Music
I like buying music. I bought a lot of CDs and contrary to some people I have a wad of CDs. Nothing out of the usual though, a few shelves. But I grew tired of buying disks, rippint them to digital and never touching them again. I only listen to digital files, I don’t haveContinue reading “Why I shop Google Music”
Big brother is no longer relevant. From my recent tor article.
A paragraph from the new tor article. If not using tor, at least realize this The big fear of big brother watching you is no longer really relevant, we give away our data to what has affectionately been called “little sister”. She woes you with pretty images, convenience and a voyeuristic view on the livesContinue reading “Big brother is no longer relevant. From my recent tor article.”