Finally caught up with most of the PyCon 2018 videos. Here are my favorite so far. Alex Gaynor – Learning from Failure: Post Mortems
When I’m on my home Wi-Fi, I rarely connect to a VPN. When I’m out, I always make the habit of doing so, except when I forget. I was hoping VPN clients would have a feature to automatically connect based on a list of networks, but after some quick research, I guess not. Maybe I’m… Continue reading Connecting to a VPN automatically when not at home
These are the slides for a recent talk on osquery I gave at a DevOpsCT meetup.
These are the slides for a recent 5 minute talk on Python Type Hints I gave at newhaven.io meetup. Slides are also available on Speaker Deck.
Most things in CoreOS Container Linux can be run in containers, except when it doesn’t make sense. Here’s how I got osquery up and running. osquery is an operating system instrumentation framework for Windows, OS X (macOS), Linux, and FreeBSD. The tools make low-level operating system analytics and monitoring both performant and intuitive. osquery exposes… Continue reading Running osquery on CoreOS