How To Record a Good Sounding Podcast

Podcasts are still quite popular and new ones appear everyday. It is a fantastic format and I encourage everyone to give it a try. This of course involves the process of recording audio and if you haven’t done that before, there are a few things to keep in mind to get the best possible result, […]

Truth Tables (… you can handle the truth)

About eight years ago I worked on my first major commercial software project. Before I worked as a freelancer and had mostly rather small and dull projects. This project however had a team of eight people plus management and it was surprisingly complex at times. One day we had to implement a feature which depended […]

New FreeBSD Screencast Episode about CARP

Today I’ve tried out CARP, the Common Address Redundancy Protocol, which allows you to easily set up automatic failover for machines which usually become single points of failure in your infrastructure like loadbalancers, firewalls and routers. It was so easy and quick that I made a short video demonstrating it: Commands # Machine 1 ifconfig […]