Creating a good, secure Docker base image

Lets take a look at how to to create a very small, versatile Docker base image which you can use for pretty much any purpose in today’s changing container landscape

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My thoughts on the Fitbit One

I recently went to Amazon and bought two of the most popular activity/fitness trackers. I wanted to find out whether they were “ready”, i.e. if I were going to be able to use them on a day to day basis for keeping a more proactive lifestyle. These are my findings.

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Switching to Hugo

After redoing my website using Jekyll last year I was once again faced with a decision regarding my personal space on the web. Writing new blog articles was more about fighting with the framework than focussing on the content. I set out to change that by switching from Jekyll to Hugo.

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Dynamics DNS with pfSense and Route53

pfSense, a FreeBSD based PHP routing framework, supports dynamic DNS (“DynDNS”) using AWS by default, and it’s very easy to configure and a viable alternative to proprietary services and their clients.

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