Github Issuess and Jekyll

I’ve recently made a small update to my blog, and I’d like to share the how, the why and the what. I’m also going to take the time and ask you to provide me some feedback on my posts from now on, since this small update enhances just that.

Back Together

Yes, yes, yes, I know what you might say. It will probably be around the following:

  1. New theme, wth?
  2. Merging dev and normal, wth?
  3. Why is this so flashy, wht?
  4. …wth?

Yeah, I know, a lot of wth s so… let’s get right to it. I have merged my two blogs (main and dev-blog) for two reasons. I’ll detail them in this post, as brief as I can. I’ll also detail the changes to the website itself, and what juicy new things you can find over here including:

Use for the Pi

A few days ago, I described my Trek through Raspberry Pi and Wifi configs (including APs). Today, I want to talk about a possible use for such a setup.


The simple CLI I had in mind isn’t working right now. I ended up using MPD (more exactly: Mopidy) with both a CLI client and a Web client, either of them work fine.

Raspberry Pi - Wifi

So… I’m going to start my ramblings by talking a bit about my trek through configuring a damn Raspberry Pi to work the way I wanted to. Specifically, I wanted to be able to SSH into the damn thing whenever I may so desire, regardless of what device I have with me or what networks I create…

Starting up

Why another blog?

Well, two reasons. I want to explain myself a bit, so I’ll keep it short and simple for now.

There are two reasons for creating a Dev blog

  • One is the obvious reason of separating normal blog posts with the more techy ones. To be fair, I needed a small change in layout anyway, and this theme and setup seemed awesome at the time.

  • Secondly, I’ve been posting a lot on Facebook, letting the world know on what I’m learning and my opinions and stuff… And some people suggested I start a blog instead – hint taken, I’ll spamming your walls :)

And well, we’re here

To be perfectly frank, I’ll either spam the hell out of this blog, or ignore it like I usually do.

Time will tell

Tutorial Vagrant


În ultimii ani, virtualizarea și standardizarea mașinilor virtuale a devenit un subiect din ce în ce mai dezbătut, și populat de diferite sisteme ce își doresc a face acest subiect o realitate cât mai accesibilă. Unul dintre aceste sisteme, realizat modular, este Vagrant. În următoarele rânduri vom vorbi despre ce este mai exact Vagrant, cum funcționează și cum se instaleaza și configurează acest sistem.

Ce este Vagrant?

Dacă veți căuta pe Google Vagrant, veți obține aproximativ următoarea definiție:

Imagine definiție vagrant

Vagrant este definit ca o persoană fără un cămin stabilit sau job stabil ce se mută din loc în loc. Într-un fel, această descriere se potrivește destul de bine software-ului Vagrant.