#Docker 🐳 – Add an external repository to the Source List, and add the key from the external server 🤷‍♂️

Hi ! Ok, here goes nothing. And this is mostly so I can avoid to learn again how to do this in the future. I needed to install a package in my docker Linux file, and I realized that I needed to add a specific source to the debian source list before. After this, I…… Continue reading #Docker 🐳 – Add an external repository to the Source List, and add the key from the external server 🤷‍♂️

#RaspberryPi – Using neofetch to display OS information in 🐧 #Linux and 🪟 #Windows10

Hi ! Quick post today on how to install and use Neofetch. Neofetch is a shell script that requires bash 3.2+ to function. By default, it displays an ASCII art of your Distro’s logo. Neofetch supports almost 150 different operating systems. From Linux to Windows. Installation is super easy sudo apt install neofetch Once installed,…… Continue reading #RaspberryPi – Using neofetch to display OS information in 🐧 #Linux and 🪟 #Windows10

#RaspberryPi – Microsoft Teams in RPi 4? Mmm, not yet, but it’s an interesting learning journey to start the New Year 2020

Hi! A couple of weeks ago, Microsoft released a preview version of Microsoft Teams for Linux (see references). Since that day, I was hoping to have a chance to play around with this version, mostly in a Raspberry Pi. Those days I also had this conversation with my best half (who is a very smart…… Continue reading #RaspberryPi – Microsoft Teams in RPi 4? Mmm, not yet, but it’s an interesting learning journey to start the New Year 2020

#Labs – Microsoft Teams available on #linux, and this is the right way to install it

Update: This post was written on 2019 Dec, so there was a lot of changes since them. Apologies if the links or screenshots are not like the ones you may find today Hi! I’ve using Microsoft Teams in Windows 10 and MacOS and the experience is amazing. When I was trying to work only in…… Continue reading #Labs – Microsoft Teams available on #linux, and this is the right way to install it

#RaspberryPi – Using “please” instead of “sudo”, a very Canadian command line of work for #Linux

Hi! I’ll write this down, so I don’t forget in the near future. I’m not a Linux user, and that’s amazing. Every day I learn something new, mostly while I’m working with Python, Visual Studio Code and Raspberry Pi. So, I received a couple of brand new Raspberry Pi 4, and now it’s time to…… Continue reading #RaspberryPi – Using “please” instead of “sudo”, a very Canadian command line of work for #Linux

#Windows10 – A bit of Windows Subsystem For Linux, and some interesting IP addresses [1e100.net]

Hi! These days I’ve been working in my home network. Now that we have many devices connected, I begin to see traces that are strange to me. Generally, it is usually something expected, like for example open ports by games of my children friends connected to my home network, however, the following scenario was funny…… Continue reading #Windows10 – A bit of Windows Subsystem For Linux, and some interesting IP addresses [1e100.net]

#Windows10 – Un poco de Windows Subsystem for Linux, y algunas IPs interesantes de conocer! [1e100.net]

Buenas! Durante estos días he estado poniendo un poco de orden en la red interna de mi casa. Ahora que tenemos muchos Devices conectados, empiezo a ver trazas que me resultan extrañas. Por lo general, suele ser algo esperado, como por ejemplo puertos abiertos por juegos de amigos de mis niños que se conectan a…… Continue reading #Windows10 – Un poco de Windows Subsystem for Linux, y algunas IPs interesantes de conocer! [1e100.net]

#Podcast – NTN 32 – .Net Core and some experiences using Dev tools in the real world

Hi ! Today I have the placer to speak again with Juan Luis Guerrero (@JuanLuElGuerre), and this time he will share with us some of his experiences in a new adventure in Sevilla. This new adventure is cool to share because he is using a lot of cool new technologies, and he moved on from…… Continue reading #Podcast – NTN 32 – .Net Core and some experiences using Dev tools in the real world

#Podcast – NTN 32 – .Net Core y el estado de algunas herramientas de desarrollo al día de hoy

Hola ! Hoy vuelvo a hablar con Juan Luis Guerrero (@JuanLuElGuerre), y esta vez para que me comente como está llevando una nueva aventura en Sevilla. Lo interesante de esta experiencia, es que está utilizando muchas tecnologías “nuevas” y tiene un punto de vista particular sobre la mismas. En otras palabras, hace un rato largo…… Continue reading #Podcast – NTN 32 – .Net Core y el estado de algunas herramientas de desarrollo al día de hoy