Here is a month-by-month list of highlights from the blog:
- Encouragement to write/submit papers to the Usenix LISA conference
- What I want in a mobile task management software (still unsatisfied)
- A "short URL" service for inside your company
- Plus: rants about what kills innovation, checklists and more checklists.
Mostly ranting and promoting the PICC conference, plus a few google articles about improving your memory and Katherine Hepburn.
Grumpy post about Quicken 2010, more encouragement to write papers for Usenix LISA, the full schedule for LOPSA PICC, and how new thinking on pain management should change how you do customer support.
Very few blog posts. I was super busy elsewhere.
- How important is system administration?
- Lists of length 1, 2, 3 and 4 have special meaning (one of my favorite posts all year!)
- Non-technical strategies for solving technical problems.
- Learning From Successful IPv6 Upgrade Projects
- New to Mac OS X? Tips for Unix users
- How do I get my manager to adopt Puppet or other new thing?
- How do I get coworkers to accept my brilliant new thing?
- The most simple SSH backdoor I could think of
- Google Chrome for Mac with multiple profiles
- What is system administration like at Google?
- xed 2.0.2 released
- DevOps ain't nothing we haven't been doing for a long, long time (but you should instead).
- A whoooole lotta posts about LISA and why I'm excited about it
- How do you keep system administration interesting?
- Review: The Duplicity Backup System
- How to register for LISA?
- How to handle cross-training and redundancy in system administration teams?
- Dealing With Distractions: My Not-To-Do list