Day 000 - Overview
Introduction I’ve finally decided to renew my focus on blogging about my adventures in IT. As it is only human to forget things over time, it is essential to have a good habit of documenting pretty much everything. As we are all living our busy lives, bringing up children, having hobbies outside of tech or just because “life happened”, it’s also a habit I’ve neglected for some time. So, what is the purpose of all this, you might ask?
Day 002 - Packer integration with 1Password
Example files for today can be found in my Continuous Learning repository at https://github.com/jantytgat/continuouslearning/tree/main/2023/day002 Introduction In college, I started tinkering with Debian (Debian GNU/Linux 3.0 - Woody) as my first introduction to other operating systems besides MS-DOS and Windows. The use of deb-packages through apt-get felt so natural that I never got around to using Red Hat or Fedora in a sensible way (yum always felt broken). I became a heavy user of Ubuntu Server in my homelab, which is still Debian-based, as I wanted to run some more bleeding-edge packages on my servers (at the cost of more maintenance and possible issues).
Day 001 - Setting expectations
Introduction Welcome to day 1 of of my continuous learning track for 2023. As mentioned in the overview for 2023, I have a bunch of topics I want to learn more about. Of course, these expectations don’t come out of the blue, they apply either directly or indirectly to projects and ideas I’ve been working on. As you can read on the homepage of my blog, I specialize in management of NetScaler and Fortinet appliances.