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Switching between AWS profiles using zsh completion

This blog post shows you a simple way to switch between different AWS profiles on the command line.

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Fixing golang present tool limitations by LaTeX

Golang present tool is very handy for creating quick, minimal presentations. Install the package, edit a text file and start serving. Text files are easier to manage than a bloated desktop presenta...

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Using Makefiles with Terraform

Terraform is a great tool for provisioning infrastructure. One of the best practices that evolve over time as you play more with Terraform, is a directory structure that works best for your project...

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SLA driven metrics

Every organization’s internal monitoring setup has a variety of environments it caters to, with varying levels of alerting mechanisms (email, slack, pagerduty, etc.) and response time expectations....

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slotter

Wrote a nifty little tool - slotter - to slot items into pre-defined slots.

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ncdu

Ever waited on a long running ‘du -sh’?

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Monitoring transition - manual => automated => distributed

“All happy families are alike; each unhappy family is unhappy in its own way.” - Leo Tolstoy.

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Icinga2 API

I’ve been working with the icinga2 API recently and find it to be very useful for doing command line icinga2 operations.

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pyfunc

Python has a solid backbone of modules for various operations. It would be a pity if we had to write one-liner python programs just because we cannot avail those functionalities on the command line...

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Lessons learnt while automating docstring checking

This blog post serves as a comment area for this ipython notebook

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