Sysadmins, do you ‘fess up when you stuff up? How do you straddle the line between honesty and liability?
Author Archives: Suuze
Python Turtle Art
Art with Python? Yes, you read it right!
find: a cool command for sysadmins
One of my all-time favourite Linux commands as a UNIX and Linux sysadmin is ‘find’. It’s flexible, powerful and it’s got me out of trouble too many times to count.
New to Docker?
New to Docker? freeCodeCamp.org’s Docker 101 can provide a basic understanding of this beast.
“Love is chemistry” – Inma Martinez on AI
I’m fascinated by AI’s potential and promise. And so I enjoyed this interview in EL PAÍS. Inma Martínez, an expert in artificial intelligence, chats about natural language processing (NLP), smart cars and whether technology can predict the future. Enjoy. 😊 https://english.elpais.com/usa/2021-12-07/love-is-chemistry-algorithms-fail-the-more-abstract-and-complicated-a-person-is.html
TaskJuggler: an open source project management tool
I stumbled across an open source project management tool today: TaskJuggler. Here’s my first look at it.
Coding: What if you don’t know English?
Happy coding! But what if you don’t know English?
#BreakTheBias: Happy IWD 2022!
Today is International Women’s Day 2022, and we’re encouraged to #BreakTheBias. Find out how Girls In Tech are doing this.
I fell into open source by accident
So here’s how I started on this open source journey!
Women in Open Source
IWD 2022’s theme is #BreakTheBias. Today’s article is a link to an article by Nithya Ruff on women in open source. Read on!