In college, I mostly used Dropbox to handle all of my file syncing needs. As I approached graduation, I setup an Owncloud droplet (which is now a Nextcloud instance) to supplant my Dropbox usage. While it has worked fairly well, I’ve been watching seafile from a distance the last few years, but haven’t taken the time to try it out. I have now.
Over the past few months (particularly over the holiday season), I started to explore and learn several technologies I’ve had my eye on the last few years. First on the list: Docker. These days, Docker has a massive ecosystem surrounding it, and can take years to truly master. This post on the other hand, will hopefully help you get up and playing with docker containers in just a few minutes. Lets get started.
In my previous post, I discussed how I sold off my System76 Bonobo laptop, and planned to replace it with a new computer. Well, I did… awhile ago. For the last few months, I have been using a Lenovo T470 Thinkpad (with dock) as my new daily driver. Here are my thoughts.
Last fall, I did something I didn’t think I would do anytime soon…. I sold my main workstation computer. Specifically, my System76 Bonobo Extreme laptop. Several events over the last year have led me to the realization that my actual computing needs are drastically different than what they were when I purchased the Bonobo in early 2015. This post will highlight some of those realizations, and why I ultimately decided to sell my Bonobo laptop.
After years of using a Happy Hacking Keyboard Lite, I have finally decided to splurge on a Happy Hacking Professional 2 keyboard. And I love it.