How to run your own server
There are many ways to run your own server, from setting up a Raspberry Pi on your desk to renting a physical server at a provider.
In this post, we will focus on setting up a virtual server with DigitalOcean, which is one of the easiest ways to get started.[Read More]
Benefits of running your own server
In the world of technology, we are moving further and further away from operating directly on servers, but there are still significant benefits to be gained from running a personal server.
I have been running some kind of personal server for many years now and I strongly believe anyone working in technology can benefit greatly from doing so. Here’s why:[Read More]
The (MVP) making of Honeypot Login
In this post I will go over the MVP building phase of Honeypot Login, from idea to launched product and what my next steps will be.[Read More]
Running any kind of personal infrastructure sometimes requires your attention based on certain events or failure states, no matter how much you automate tasks.
Over the years I have used E-Mail, Telegram bots and a variety of other tools for this purpose. However all of them have the drawback that they mix with other kinds of information and are not easilly usable in scripts.[Read More]
Learning from incidents
Monoliths & Microservices
An opinionated overview
The WSL Onion
Calling powershell.exe from PowerShell inside WSL
The other day I was playing around in WSL with a colleague of mine and we did this:[Read More]
Windows Subsystem For Linux 2: Debian+Podman
The problem: Docker itself can’t be run in WSL2 as it requires the docker daemon, usually run though systemd.
The solution: Podman works just fine and can easily be installed, although we will need to configure some things to make it work properly.[Read More]