Idea behind Homelab series is to describe how to easily setup multiple hyper-v machines for your homelab. People ussualy buy and setup multiple raspberry PI to learn. That is awesome, sometimes cumbersome and also expensive. This solution assumes you already have a strong desktop PC with lot of RAM and free HDD space. If you are lacking in RAM department for around 80 Euros you can get 16 Gigs of RAM.
Started to explore Academic talk and slides feature. Currently I just enabled it to see how it looks. Really like it because when reveiving the talk I always expect to find slides on presenter blog page. Hope to have something more this weekend.
I recieved an email from https://xp-dev.com/ that they are shutting down their free tier. And I tought; Is that still alive and kicking? So I went through all of the ussual things you go on a site you don’t visit that often. Yes, I forgot my password; No, I don’t recall which e-mail I used during initial registration. And so after some time, you gain access and it just kick you… Long time ago people used SVN and it was not great, not terrible.
As I have promised in a tweet to Edgar here is short explanation on how to setup Hugo and Academic theme. You will have it by the end of the weekend — Petar Šlat (@pekiZG) October 24, 2019 Below you can find TLDR; descriptions. Download and install GIT For windows you can get it from here: https://git-scm.com/ After a few next, next clicks you will have Git installed. Congratz!
Create a beautifully simple website in under 10 minutes.
Petar Šlat is technology promiscuous person with interest in everything tied to code. Loves to attend monthly local meetup groups. In his spare time he plays around in his home lab where he is testing out new tools and technologies.
Master of information technologies, 2012-2015
Polytechnic of Zagreb, Polytechnic of Zagreb (Graduate professional study)
Bachelor (baccalareus) of Engineering in Computing, 2010-2012
Polytechnic of Zagreb, Polytechnic of Zagreb (Undergraduate professional study)
Computing / Software Engineering, 2003-2010
Faculty of Electrical Engineering and Computing, University of Zagreb (Undergraduate study)