Like the last few years (2013, 2014 and 2015) I’ve been to the PyCon UK 2016. This year, 2016, it was in Cardiff instead of Coventry. Next year, 2017, it will be in Cardiff again.
It was in the City Hall in Cardiff. An excellent location! much bigger (well, some room could have been bigger). […]
In 2 weeks, on 7th March 2016, the Cambridge Science Festival will start. It’s 2 weeks or science talks, workshops, activities… and hackathons! In Cambridge of course.
Many of the events are free to attend but require a ticket booking. Have a look at the webpage to see what’s available. There are talks about many […]
This coming weekend is FOSDEM 2016: the biggest conference (and it’s free) about Free and OpenSource in Europe (at least). It’s in Brussels and registration is not needed. Check the schedule and you might still be able to come.
Do you know what’s the name of this waterfall?
Its name is Git Git:
And do you know where is it?
In Indonesia (Bali island). It’s just a coincidence that it’s named like the “Git software“. But it seems that Indonesia has many names related to software, like Java.
A few weeks ago I went to the PyCon UK, in Coventry. I enjoyed the conference very much again! It was my third year.
Like the last 2 years: it was on my birthday. And now I’m really used to it and I’ll miss not being on my birthday next year. First year that I […]
I wanted to read a story available on Wattpad.. Sadly Wattpad makes people read from phone devices (Android or iOS) instead of giving an epub file. And I really dislike reading from my mobile phone, I wanted to use my e-reader.
I searched on the Internet and I found quite a few videos on Youtube […]
After setting up the OpenVPN server I wanted to measure how much data the clients were using. I didn’t want to limit it but have an idea of how many MB they used.
I searched quite a lot on the Internet but I didn’t find a good solution. I’ll present my solution here.
In the […]
For different reasons I wanted to setup an OpenVPN connection so my Android phone could connect to my Debian Wheezy VPS and from there to the Internet.
I followed this tutorial and was very good (I failed with another tutorial). And I generated the .ovpn that is needed for Android using the script that I […]
I followed this amazing tutorial and I had a working OpenVPN server.
One thing that I wanted to do is to create .ovpn files. So instead of having the configuration, certificate, private key, etc. in different files I wanted to have everything in the same file.
I found on the Internet how to do this […]
Here there is the first commit that I’ve done into the chronojump repository. Not a big commit… but the first one. It includes a mistake in the commit message as well.
Also, there is also a tiny (at the moment, but we have plans!) chronojump-server git repository. The API is not doing much yet (no […]