Developer of software. Tinkerer of models. Builder of pipelines. Maker of things. Baker of goods. Author of this blog.
Decided to invest in a nice coffee machine using my cuHacking winnings: presenting a Bonavita rant.
Integrating vulnerability scanning for Docker containers into cloud systems: the engineering framework decision of container scanning tools.
As screens and machines take over our society, we become more connected but more disconnected than ever. Or, in other words: I like friends.
Making a note of things that shook me to the core (as in, lightly unexpected details that I might forget in the future).
I went on a fun trip to Montreal to meet up with some very great friends. This is a photodump.
My thoughts on the much awaited fifth generation, virtually ubiquitous, ultra-high bandwidth “connectivity” of mobile technology: apprehensive excitement?
I was thrown into the world of Go to develop a vulnerability scanning tool for containers on my last co-op, and I’ve never been so torn on a language as I was during those few weeks of struggle and development.
The day before the 2019 Legacy Conference, Canada’s largest student entrepreneur conference, a good friend of mine reaches out to me with some last minute tickets, and I was like, yaa I’m down if you’re also down. (verbatim)
Topics covered: Linux, Docker, Kubernetes, Networking, Virtualization, OpenStack.
I wouldn’t call this a blog per se, more like a documentation of my experiences. Although, arguably, that’s a web log, and hence, a blog.