Software Engineer turned Cloud Architect.
Retro 1990s computing.
Amateur electronics and hardware.
Personal website, projects and blog.
Operation “turn an old Amiga 600 into a Raspberry Pi” Read more
MS-DOS memory management always was confusing for teenage me. But with the hindsight of a couple of decades, it's actually not as difficult to understand as I first thought. Read more
Subtitled, “Learn from my failures!” Read more
Once again I had the chance to join ApacheCon Europe, this time to the new “Core” conference. Once again I was presenting on Apache Brooklyn - this time, with two talks! Read more
Yes, it's time for one of those “here's how I configure my workstation!” blog posts! A colleague recently asked how what were all those strange aliases I was using - so here's a full … Read more
I recently had reason to collect metrics on a Linux server that was to be posted to an analysis service. My requirements were to collect minimum, maximum and average measurements of several key … Read more
In addition to my own site, I sometimes write posts for Cloudsoft, my employer. Here are some of the articles I've written for their blog:
Apache Brooklyn 1.0 has taken a long journey since its inception, and many people have been involved over that time. Read more