In this series of posts, we'll see how to build a wine cellar monitoring system sending data to the #cloud with some #iot, #timeseries and #microservices on a #raspberrypi. Is that enough buzzwords yet?
Second post of the series, we keep diving into more ways to reduce our Docker image size. Let's see how we manage to reach a factor 10!
Creating a docker image of carbon.now.sh that is as small as possible, step by step so we can create beautiful snippets offline.
Jpackage : Overview of one of Java 14's hidden gems. In this article we will create an installer for Minecraft using jpackage.
Some lessons learned from playing around with Kotlin, Exposed, SQL and the iMDB datasets.
This post reflects on my experience as an (introvert) conference speaker for the first time earlier this year. I got the chance to speak at JFuture in October. I really loved the experience and some of the things I learnt there really surprised me
This post lists the recording and resources of my IOT Talk at JFuture.
This article describes our journey being the first team to run Kotlin in the backend at ING (Netherlands). Hopefully this article will give you some keys on how to introduce it as well in your own large company, and reduce some of the friction you might encounter.
This article introduces an example project on how to integrate Firebase and Elm together
A simple demonstration on how to work with Elm Flags and Ports, with interactive code
As part of my job as IT Chapter Lead at ING, I am responsible for the 'mastery' of my chapter members. What that means is that I need to make sure they are basically on top of their game, and…
I built a simple chrome extension to know how long gitlab issues have been sitting in the same lane.
I have already explained in my last post the reasons for moving away from Jekyll running Github Pages.This post describes the steps I took to move everything over to Ghost, focusing on the content and not the networking / domain…
The last days, I finally set myself to something that was long overdue!After years using Jekyll hosted on Github Pages, I decided to move away from it and am now using Ghost on a Digital Ocean droplet. I originally…
Open Office plans are supposed to help collaboration. But really, they're a disaster and most people hate them.
Heyo, At Skyai, we are working a lot with Geographic Information Systems. Just like the large majority of the market, we use GDAL and its Python bindings for that. Even though we are ESRI partners, we still love our QGis…