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Easy-Bake Data Center

I cleaned up my office a few weeks ago. Collected the few raspberry pi’s that are unused. The odd switch; cheap, unmanaged, but efficient. Sure, I’m still in the process of making a game, but like ...

Google Home no longer using Google keep starting April 10

Google looks like its making a change in how it handles lists with Google Home. We use Google Keep a ton. Shared grocery lists are really great… and having you tell Home to add and item to the shar...

Crypto Library

I finally pushed my first version of paranoia crypto library. Its basically a wrapper around Bouncy Castle. It ‘expires’ keys so they don’t hang out in memory, forces AES-256, uses Scrypt for hashi...

Scrypt

Trying to decide if scrypt is useful for creating a hash from a password to encrypt documents with. (AES-256)

the Farmer...

I’ve started writing a new game. I switched from my second version of ‘Pachinko Fever’ to this ‘pseudo’ RPG style game. We’ll see how it goes. I have the game-play in mind… but its not finalized. I...

Matias Ergo Pro keyboard...

This review of the Ergo Pro keyboard from Matias is more then a thinly veiled exercise I dreamed up to test the keyboard… but not much. The keyboard was delivered today from Amazon. Had to replace...

So... I'm impressed with the Nexus 6P

Recently I’ve been big into trying to figure out how to upgrade the sound coming from my audio system. I’ve looked at tube amps to make proper use of my turntable. (Yeah, that’s right… vinyl.) But ...

Flour, rice and potato

I lost twelve pounds. I have eight to go. I stopped eating flour, rice and potato. When I was a vegetarian, flour, rice and potato was mostly my diet. Tastes good, but you never really feel full. ...

Final Notes from the 2015 Cassandra Summit

This is my last post about the 2015 Cassandra Summit. This is mostly a list of random details that I wanted to keep track of. Most people may not find this useful. DataStax 4.8 will have better ‘e...

Cassandra Summit: Conference Sessions

The Cassandra summit that DataStax hosted this year had just shy of 140 sessions over two days. Each session was grouped into tracks such as operations, development and architecture. They had a hal...

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