I love coffee and love to collect Starbucks cups. Due to the current situation travel is not possible and hope to expand my collection. If you find this website helpful, I would appreciate a donation. I would be happy about a feedback.
I have created a web page on the subject. After the PC move from Intel system to AMD Ryzen there was a problem with the virtual machine. How I solved this can also be found there.
Microsoft Edge based on Chromium excites me more and more and here I would like to give tips and help.
Not everyone wants to give away his mail address to be spammed with mails afterwards. For this I would like to introduce two providers. The procedure is as follows:
- visit website
- copy the generated mail address. Leave the web page open, because the mailbox is checked continuously.
- enter this address into the desired page
- in the mailbox comes a mail and look what is done with it.
Today I moved my internal Jira and Confluence servers to the Atlassian cloud. It was amazingly easy and everything works. The interface is amazing. A very pleasant experience.
That almost passed me by. A small research project of mine has been included in the “GitHub Archive Program” and stored for 1000 years.
You can find further information here: https://archiveprogram.github.com/
You can find my research project here: https://github.com/development-plate/lab-monitoring-sqlserver-telegraf-influxdb-grafana
Soon I will present my weekend project. At the moment it is still in a test phase.
On the following website I have briefly described the structure:
On GitHub I just published a workshop on how monitoring on a MS SQL Server 2019 with Telegraf, InfluxDB and Grafana works.
In the year 2003 I had used this tablet in the university. I got the scripts as PDF and could make my notes. Digitization was not even a concept. With my bachelor thesis I was working on RFID. Today you pay with it at the cash desk. Wow, those were still times.
I had used the Tablet/Notebook until 2010, when the iPad came out.
The device still runs like an old VW Beetle 😉