My new blog. Coming soon. Welcome to my new blog/web site. Guess it's a little of both. Or neither. I thought I would work on some content before going live and even then gradually publish entries. In addition to everything else I'm also trying to learn WordPress.
Update: As it turns out I inadvertently published this post too soon but I already got a comment on it. So I'm going to fix what typos I can find and perhaps finish it as a "part 1". Part 2 coming soon. The Defcon trip has been an eclectic mix of lines, junk food and … Continue reading Defcon 2019 Adventure
I got home from work last night around 9:00 to a house sitting 85 degrees F. That's hot in case you couldn't tell. So apparently my AC is out. I opened some windows, turned on some ceiling fans and left a box fan in one of the windows over night to cool it off. And … Continue reading The Good news and the Bad News (Meta #5)
This will be my third year going to the Defcon convention though it hardly feels like the first. In summary, Defcon is something of a convention for computer and technology enthusiasts. Or if you prefer, it's the "B Side" the Blackhat conference.
I've been working on my hypothetical server - a hand-me-down Dell 2U server R520 to be specific - for at least 2 months now. As it stands it capable of holding 8 hard drives and has 1 of a possible 2 Xeon processors. And all the ingredients are finally sort of starting to come together. … Continue reading R520, We Hardly Knew Yee
Update-after-writing: this turned in to a bit more of a "stream of consciousness" than I had planned. But I kind of like it the way it is so I'm leaving it this way. I wasn't actually planning it but it seems I have taken the entire month of July off of both submitting to this … Continue reading Mental Vacations (Meta #4)
I am tracking notes on PowerShell in PS1 files on my git hub repository. You can see all 100 days of code entries on the blog category page. Well it seems pretty obvious my 100 days of code was a bust. Perhaps I'll try again next summer. I should probably delete all these blank posts … Continue reading 100 days of code: Day Over
I am tracking notes on PowerShell in PS1 files on my git hub repository. You can see all 100 days of code entries on the blog category page.