Ever wanted to control your light automatically when it is too dark outside? You want to start a project based on an ESP32 and fancy IoT-home automation via Node-RED? Then this small project is for you!!Continue reading Switch your lights automatically: ESP32cam, Node-RED & Raspberry Pi
Back in 2018 I’ve published my Article Nextcloud-Docker on Kubernetes-cluster + SSL certificates. Since then, some things have changed and became easier. Hence, let’s wrap it up to a simpler 2021-version!Continue reading Nextcloud-Docker on Ubuntu Kubernetes in 2021
Don’t you feel worried that there is no guarantee that our Earth might be kicked out of our solar system? Did you ever wanted to send a rocket to the Moon or Venus? If so, then you should have a closer look to my current Python/Visualising Data-project.
Check it out on my GitHub!
Folks, this has taken me ages (ok to be honest – three weeks, which is still a lot ;-)) to get up and running. But finally, I have made it and learned a lot about Docker, Docker-Compose, Nginx and Kubernetes of course.
In this post I am showing how to set up a Nextcloud on Kubernetes + Ubuntu 18.04. I am running a Nextcloud-instance on a public VM to sync stuff with my phone. Another one (with more data) is only accessible via my LAN/VPN. The first one
I am encrypting via Let’s Encrypt (open todo!) and the 2nd one via self-signed certificates.
The stacks are set up via Kubernetes to be able to scale horizontally in the future, since I had to live with some performance-issues in the past. GitHub – andremotz – nextcloud-kubernetes Continue reading Nextcloud-Docker on Kubernetes-cluster + SSL certificates
Since a couple of time I had in mind to continue with some servos, sensors and breadboards to build some robots, that soon or later will conquer the world Continue reading Robotics – Prototype #1
I’ve just published my rsync-bash script that I’m running on my Homserver for quite a while now. Continue reading columbia – enhanced rsync-script for multiple backups source/targets
After 6 1/2 years I decided to replace my good old early 2008-20″ iMac. But instead of buying a new one or switching over to a classic PC-workstation, I decided to build my own custom PowerMac G3 Blue&White Hackintosh with next level monster-hardware.
Continue reading New Workstation: PowerMac B&W G3 Hackintosh
Once again I had some time travelling by airplane (12 hours), time that I could use to try out some random thought I always wanted to test:
’ve done my own small world with only two rules:
- Every particle should move to its individual random destination
- If you touch each other, find a new destination.
That’s it. Continue reading Processing: Sketch Swarm