Lately, I have come to favor Poetry for both small and larger Python projects. I also use it extensively at work where it has proven itself really well. To m...
DevOps enthusiast that see the opportunity to automate everything. Because I believe DevOps will do to software development, what Lean did to manufacturing.
The elevator pitch
I have been fascinated by automation for as long as I can remember. Ultimately automation comes down to doing less work, and who is not interested in freeing up time for other tasks?1 In technology, automation often boils down to codifying knowledge and setting up triggers that execute the correct automation task at appropriate times. Automation free up developers to focus on creating new features, solve cool problems, and ultimately win the marketplace. I will go as far as to say that if you do not strive for increasing automation in your organization, you will lose the marketplace.
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Naturally, these new tasks should also be evaluated as candidates for automation 😉 ↩
Upgrading the Linux Kernel manually is simple!
TL;DR: I have done the following, it is unclear to me exactly what is required. Maybe one day I’ll do a fresh install and try one thing at the time…
TL;DR: I have finally found a reasonable way of conducting machine learning “research” with the help of my FreeNAS.