Using Jest, userscripts with no legacy tools
Using GitHub Actions to create Docker images.
Using Protocol Buffers with Node.js
Using Confluent’s quick example for Kafka. Read the sample data via Node.js.
My AWS Certified Solution Architect – Professional is expiring in June! Since renewing it is a bit boring, it’s a great reason to get to know GCP better. I generally like their way of thinking more and today I understood why: AWS has DevOps as their focus point for many products GCP has the developerContinue reading “Google Cloud Platform”
Reflashing Xiaomi Mijia LYWSD03MMC allows you to read the environment data easily via BLE. Here is are 2 small Nodejs programs to simplify this a lot.
Comparing some tools to make it less dangerous to run code you did not write. Sandboxing seems to be the best way to go like Deno and wasmtime do. But what about Python, Node.js, etc.?
firejail seems to be have hit the sweet spot between “secure” and “convenient”.
Sometimes advertising is fun. I turned off my ad-blocker for certain web pages, and while I usually get boring advertising, once in a while you get a good and interesting looking one. In this case: https://hunt.reaktor.com/ : it’s a programming quest similar to Google Foobar Challenge, but much shorter and simpler, yet with a veryContinue reading “Humanoid Hunt!”
A quick and non-micro benchmark to figure out how the ARM and AMD CPUs I have and what AWS has relate to each other in terms of single-thread performance. Comparison is between AWS t4g-micro (1 CPU) IBM M75q (Ryzen 5 3400GE @ 3.3 GHz) NanoPi R2S (RK3328, 4xCortex A53 @ 1.3GHz, 64 bit) CubieTruck (AllWinnerContinue reading “Benchmarks!”
Since I use Line, using Line Notify is an easy solution to send myself messages. Here’s how it works: Go to https://notify-bot.line.me/my/ and generate a token. Use cURL to send a message: See the API for Line Notify for more details incl. the list of stickers. Here an example using Node.js: