Between bettering my mental health and trying to stay sane I have been pondering about my new role for a while. Of course I like to make it sound like it’s a “rare occurrence” but I do like to waste brain power worrying about the most mundane thing I can come up with. I have… Continue reading My One Job
Whether you have enjoyed this rebuild of the Evangelion series or not there’s no deny that Evangelion 3.0+1.0: Thrice Upon A Time sends a very different message to the viewers. After Evangelion 3.0 You can (not) redo my expectations of this movie is that we were in the worst case scenario. How this movie unfolds… Continue reading Evangelion 3.0+1.0: Thrice Upon A Time: A heartfelt ending to the Evangelion series
Yesterday I was just casually looking over my WordPress administration panel and out of habit I clicked on the Users page even though I already knew in my mind there was gonna be only one user turns out there were in fact _two_ users. Mine, and… the automated script’s one that just exploited my site.… Continue reading My WordPress site compromised: A quick overview on what happened
A long time ago I spun some instances on Amazon Web Services and configured my site to what it is today. There were a lot of security concerns especially at a breach level on how to react if someone exploited the PHP scripts and somehow escalated the necessary privileges to take over the server. For… Continue reading Working with LXD
Recently I began my first steps as a senior software developer. Up to this date I’m preparing to just give in to my anxiety and hand over my resignation as I classify myself being unfit for my role. Initially I was against writing this post. The other side of me also wanted to just write… Continue reading Struggling first steps as a new senior
It is 2021 and many years have passed since cloud computing was introduced into our techie lives. I still feel these days it’s a bit hard to not mix things up with a lot of infrastructure or mingle it with virtualization as more often than not it’s…. a bit hard to separate those at all.… Continue reading Reflecting on the cloud and the costs
You know one of the things I hate about benchmarking is realizing that after the many, many tests you do it hits you that you forgot your new environment doesn’t have the same optimizations or configurations the one in production does. Benchmarking/stress testing is exhausting. I don’t think I envy anyone that really has to… Continue reading I suck at benchmarking. Or how I realized the network layer exists
moogle.dev is now live. I might be moving from thehumble.ninja to this domain moving forward. This is a completely new infrastructure I did for the site everything— internally—has been completely containerized using LXC(Linux Containers). That means a couple of security improvements for me, and a little bit more work. Right now this is behind a… Continue reading Hello, kupo!