The first episode of my new educational/technology podcast. Just an intro to the format.
I swear, I’m not exclusively picking on CompTIA lately. I just happen to be really interested in what they’re doing, especially within the context of Linux. Also, since my last post, I’m suddenly receiving emails from their mailing list even though I never explicitly signed up for one. Weeeee. One such email included a list […]
Lately I’ve been seeing a lot of steam about the CompTIA Linux+ exam. Evidently they’re separating away from the LPI partnership that’s long been in place – not sure if that has anything to do with the bruhaha – but I thought I’d dig into the exam outline to see what the competency focuses were, […]
As someone who dreaded having to interact with the esoteric networking gatekeeper that was iptables, firewalld presented an opportunity for mere mortals to feel like more of a badass when crafting ingress rules. Although firewalld manages iptables, some abstraction is most welcome, if incomplete. For example, playing in the firewalld arena will only handle ingress […]
While I’m writing a series on working with SFML and C++, I thought I’d share some quick dirty tips for working with SFML that I’ve experienced lately. Some of these emerged while branching out to other development contexts that I’m normally not entrenched in – so you’ll forgive me if they seem axiomatic to you […]
I haven’t made a decent technology post in some time, let alone one about my beloved Linux. To rectify that travesty, this post comes at a time to end said drought and to share with my Linux friends how to accomplish the goal outlined by the title. I do often see a fair number of […]