Just a quick share for today. I just finished up a little perl script that you can run on your git repositories. It produces a bunch of statistics about the repositories. You can see it over on git hub.
In November I participated in the IETF meeting in Honolulu Hawaii. There are many reasons to attend the IETF but on a personal level I love going to the meetings because of the learning experience they provide. There are the working groups I always attend based on my areas of expertise: IDR (BGP), OSPF, PIM,
I’m by no way a regex expert but if you’re a software engineer that doesn’t know about regular expressions that should definitely be your next skill to add. A great website to start with is regular expression info. For those of you that know all about regular expressions I just wanted to share a nice
Along with technology, history is another passion of mine. In particular I find family history/genealogy facinating. I have been working on a book about some of my family history for a few years now and I am excited to announce I have officially published my Bond genealogy book, “The Genealogy of Our Family”. It contains
I recently found a really neat configuration option for ssh if you need to ssh into a box say behind a NAT box. What this does is lets you ssh into an intermediate box and then ssh through that onto another. Place the following in your ~/.ssh/config: Host fakednsname User targetusername HostName 192.168.0.2 ProxyCommand ssh
I just pushed some updates to github which I thought I’d explain here a bit. For most of my personal project I use autotools as my build system. I hate repeating code and as I learn new things in autotools I’d really like to update all my project with the new functionality I’ve learned about.
Tonight I thought I’d make a quick post a compiler optimization I ran across the other day. There are two GCC extensions with function attributes which allow you to take advantage of cache locality. For those of you who are not familiar with what cache locality is consider if you had 1024 bytes of memory
If you are not familiar with nmap, aka Network Mapper, it’s a command line tool which helps to map a network through of variety of methods including port scanning. Port scanning is where you send out a request on a given port (TCP, UDP, etc) to a given host (or range of hosts) to see
I’ve been a little slow on updating this site but with good reason. I recently was hired by Vyatta (a Brocade company) and I am very excited about the team there. Just as always let me say the postings on this site are my own and don’t necessarily represent Brocade’s positions, strategies or opinions. In
If you are a hardware or software person its great to play around with some of the various single board computers there are. In particular the Raspberry PI has a low price point which makes it perfect for little side projects or even bigger projects where for instance you want to test some distributed computing