Homelab Phase 1 - Complete

As discussed in a previous post, I started breaking improving my home network for the sake of knowledge and experience acquisition. But before I could get very far, I needed a plan. I wanted to at least theoretically be increasing my network security, and I hoped to enable playing with technologies used at work such as Kubernetes. Finally, this was an opportunity to see the ExtraHop network monitoring tools, which I have helped create, as a customer. [Read More]

To Homelab?

My home network worked really well. It was stable, fast, and simple. I had a standard consumer-grade wireless router, a modem better than the one provided by the cable company, and a switch to hook up the ethernet to various rooms. The server holding my media and running a couple small websites sat in the front room and routed all of the port 443 and 80 traffic coming into the house. [Read More]

Running TiddlyWiki on Node.js

TiddlyWiki is an awesome personal wiki, but if you have found this page then you probably already know that. Either you know me personally, and I won’t stop talking about it, or you have searched for TiddlyWiki explicitly and don’t need me to tell you about it. I have been using TiddlyWiki to keep track of just about everything for the last couple of years, from packing lists to general research notes. [Read More]