Terraform and Ansible – The Dynamic Duo

Intro I’ve been doing DevOps work for a few months in my day job and it’s been an awesome experience. I have most of my experience in doing things kinda “by hand”. I would use hypervisor tools and interfaces to create virtual machines, log into...

Fedora Silverblue – What Can Blue Do For You

There’s a lot of choice in desktop Linux these days. So many distros and so many workflows to choose from. Some light, some heavy. Some traditional, some far-out. However, for the most part they all follow a very similar path. There’s the base Linux...
Southeast LinuxFest 2019

Southeast LinuxFest 2019

I don’t get out nearly as much as I should. I enjoy going to work and then coming home to just relax. Sometimes I’ll go and fly my drone, but that hasn’t been very often lately. This is something I plan to fix, but that’s a whole different story. So, with the help of...

Too Many Distros – Less Distractions, More Focus

Free and open source software is a great ecosystem. The method of creating software out in the open has enabled many users and vendors alike to expand their influence in a world typically dominated by closed platforms. We see many new projects pop up each day and...

Fedora 29 – My Personal Favorite

I’ve spent a fair amount of time with Fedora over the years. Actually, it has been the most used distro of Linux for the nearly 20 years I’ve used the operating system. So, when the time came to test it out for the BigDaddyLinux Live distro challenge, I was pretty...

Thoughts on a GNU/Linux Tablet

Tablets are interesting devices. They serve as some of the most convenient and effective entertainment and digital consumption methods in our modern society. They are light, yet big enough to not be obnoxious to read on or watch a video on. They also possess excellent...