modver Versioning in AWS CodeBuild
Home, Bangkok, Thailand, 2019-11-17 17:11 +0700
Running AWS CodeBuild Locally
Home, Bangkok, Thailand, 2019-11-16 08:26 +0700
Home, Bangkok, Thailand, 2019-10-23 20:09 +0700
Here’s the versioning scheme I’ve used in my CI builds for many years:
Modular Product Code with the OPMC Model
Home, Bangkok, Thailand, 2019-10-18 21:26 +0700
In this post I’d like to describe the approach to structuring product code that I’ve personally used since the early 2000’s and which I rolled out to the Orion Health Enterprise team while I was Product Architect for that product.
URL File Gen in ytget.sh
Home, Bangkok, Thailand, 2019-09-24 20:05 +0700
Often something will popup in YouTube’s omniscent algo that I like the look of and want to snapshot to watch later so I copy-paste the URL and throw it into ytget- e.g just now:
Controlling a Three-Channel LED Strip with an ESP32
Home, Bangkok, Thailand, 2019-08-18 20:23 +0700
Today I put together my first circuit and code for driving a three-channel 5V RGB LED strip. This is part of a larger project to put a set of lighting strips into the new media cabinet that we got for our lounge room which will consist of:
Centralized Logging for Kubernetes with Elasticsearch
Home, Bangkok, Thailand, 2019-08-15 23:12 +0700
This evening I gave a presentation on building a centralized logging infrastructure for Kubernetes using Elasticsearch and Kibana at the meetup of the local Elasticsearch user group.
sitemap.xml Sitemaps in Jekyll
Home, Bangkok, Thailand, 2019-05-31 23:23 +0700
Another small thing I wanted to add to this revamped website built on Jekyll is sitemaps.org sitemap.xml support. I did this 13 years ago on the Pebble version of my blog by writing a plugin for Pebble in Java. Fortunately Jekyll has an official plugin already which is found at: https://github.com/jekyll/jekyll-sitemap.
Building a URL Shortener on Jekyll and S3
Home, Bangkok, Thailand, 2019-05-24 22:45 +0700
For my blog and for my CV I have a number of shortened URL’s For example http://u.bren.cc/github points to my GitHub profile. Until now I’ve used a very nice open-source solution called YOURLS which I Dockerized and ran on my home server. YOURLS provides a great admin UI for creating URL’s and a nice reporting dashboard that shows hit counts and geocodes requesters.