As a general rule, all API calls to your backend should always be encrypted with https (SSL/TLS), this applies for IOT scenarios just the same as for intern...
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In the first three parts of this series we have looked into
This is a followup on my recent blog posts about monitoring my fleet of Raspberry Pi’s with statsd and a very simple monitoring script on the Raspberry. Pl...
I like to toy with my Raspberry - as evidenced by other posts on this blog.
In my last post I have shared some results from Benchmarking RabbitMQ on Raspberry Pi.
A while ago I have written about how to set up rabbitmq on a Raspberry. Now I was interested to get some performance data about this setup. There is a great...
There three ways to get mono running on the Raspberry - just pulling the raspbian repository package (easy, but you get an older version), pulling it from a...
Playing around with RabbitMQ lately, I was interested how it would perform on a very small box, a Raspberry Pi.
This post is about running Akka on the Raspberry Pi, but because this is so simple to do I will also talk about a simpler development and deployment process.
Following on from my earlier post I wanted to get the the full Typesafe Stack on my little Raspberry Pi.
This is a little experience report how to bring up Scala on my RaspberryPi
Welcome to world of continous deployment…
A few years ago I have shown how to run Scala on a Raspberry Pi. That was on a Raspberry Pi 1 Model B, the oldest of the revisions, with a single-core CPU.
My newest Raspberry Pi 3 got a shiny new FLIRC case and therefore is now allowed to leave the home office and start a new career as a guest internet statio...
A friend recently asked me about details for my Continuous Deployment setup for small projects. I promised to write him some notes about it - here they are.
In a previous post I have shown how to set up a minimal server logging infrastructure on a Raspberry Pi with just a few (<25) lines of Python code.
This is a quick recipe how to set up a dockerized development environment (e.g. for one of my node.js projects abarbanell/loopnav ). This works for MacOS, ...
HOWTO - MongoDB in a Docker container on MacOS 10.10 Yosemite
This is a quick tip why I moved one of my websites back from Azure to Heroku.
(last updated 2014-10-11)
After some fact checking we can now prove that Switzerland and France already have a border wall, it is just not being talked about it that much in the news.
I found this on twitter:
A video about a day tour from Lausanne to the castle Chillon near Montreux
Combat de Reines
Scaling Scrum is a big discussion point in the community of Agilists. Here are a few experiences to consider when scaling SCRUM to multiple teams. Most peopl...
We just brought live the new site of www.frontiersin.org, which was my biggest SCRUM project up to now. Here are my first learnings from this project:
I found a slideshow on integrating scrum with classical project management which is much more elaborate than my post a few weeks ago – looks interesting.
In a recent project, I had to bootstrap a SCRUM environment – so the question is where do you start? One way of course is to get everybody on a SCRUM trainin...
This blog starts to appear in a new look. I have decided to create my own theme for this, as a starting point I have used the well-known theme tom which I ki...
This is my presentation from the Lausanne Cloud Computing Meetup on 16-Jun-2016
My colleague Sandra Hausmann and I gave a talk on 30-Apr-2015 at the conference “Social Media and Web Analytics Innovation” in San Franscisco.
I have a winoBoard arduino compatible controller and one of the great things is the on-board ESP8266 wifi chip. The board comes with a library to make it eas...
I have created a new section in this blog with articles focused around Arduino and general Internet-of-Things topics. There will be coverage of different Ard...
I have got a few esp8266 controllers and started to play with it. My code is at abarbanell/arduino-esp8266 and I have also opened a new blog section here a...
This is the project website for arduino-esp8266, a collection of small projects using the ESP8266 Processor for my IOT things.
Valentine’s Day has just passed and I still have some Raspberry Pi left, so I thought I try something out.
Here is my tasks.json for using Visual Studio Code with sbt projects:
There is a very interesting book by David Weinberger I just read for the second time – it should be for everyone interested how traditional approaches to sea...
This is the time of the year, between Christmas and the end of the year, where many people bring up fairy tales of their personal history, which friends and ...
In this post I show how to start working with the upcoming ASP.NET 5 (aka vNext) on Linux. At the time of this writing the latest version is the beta 2 of AS...
Recently, I have been playing with Spark notebooks from andypetrella/spark-notebook and created a new github repo for my spark notebooks - aptly named abarba...
In this article I would like to give a few examples how the organization of software development teams and the system architecture influence each other.