Reflections on two years at Castor, the decision to step down as CISO and musings on how the state of the art in the technology sector relates to healthcare regulations.
After working through “the book” on the Rust programming language and getting started with the first non-trivial, real-world application I found myself faced with a question I didn’t yet feel well-equipped to handle: “How should you structure error handling in a mature rust application?”
It’s been a month since I attended SREcon18 Europe and the majority of talks is now available online. In this article I look at the ten talks which stuck with me the most in the days and weeks following the conference. Summaries are provided to highlight key points and to help you decide whether you should invest time into watching the videos yourself as well.
Willy Tarreau, author of HAProxy, semi-recently wrote a very in-depth article about HAProxy’s reload process and how it could, under certain conditions, drop/reset connections during reloading. With HAProxy 1.8, this will finally be no more.
A look at the new plugin package coming in Go 1.8 - a bit of background, a look on how to make use of it and some of its (current) limitations.
This post is part of an ongoing series on dotfiles. In today’s episode we look at dotfiles for Git.