My pizza recipe

pizza I've always enjoyed a good looking Neapolitan pizza. You know, the ones with the puffy, slightly burned crust. I have probably baked dozens of them during the last couple of years, but only recently did I become satisfied enough with my recipe to feel comfortable sharing it.

Text processing in the shell

One of the things that makes the shell an invaluable tool is the amount of available text processing commands, and the ability to easily pipe them into each other to build complex text processing workflows. These commands can make it trivial to perform text and data analysis, convert data between different formats, filter lines, etc. This chapter will go over some of the most common and useful text processing commands the shell has to offer, and will demonstrate real-life workflows piping them together.

Discovering the terminal

This chapter will help you take your first steps in the terminal, this almost mythical (The Matrix, anyone?) application we oftentimes imagine hackers type in really fast. We will see how it works and how it can empower you, increase your productivity and give you insights about how your computer works.

How to setup a personal wireguard VPN

This article will provide guidance about how to setup a Wireguard VPN between a server and your phone, allowing you to avoid being snooped on while you travel.

My DIY proposal

My DIY chest I proposed to my girlfriend by building her a Zelda chest and developing an Android application for the occasion.

On letting go

I have been feeling more and more burdened in the recent months. It first wasn't clear to me why I was feeling that way: I'm in the most happy and fulfilling relationship I've ever been in, we just moved to a beautiful apartment we both fell in love with, I'm …

Managing my infra like it's 2019

I recently realized that I was routinely managing thousands of servers and petabytes of data in my daily job, but was still managing my own personal infrastructure like I was living in 1999.

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With the advent of configuration management tools such as Ansible, Chef, and the like, it became easier …

My no-knead bread recipe

bread I've started baking again, and I think I'm really getting nice results. On top of it, they are reproducible! In that post, I'll walk you through my favorite recipe step-by-step.

Allocating unbounded resources to a kubernetes pod

Note: this article assumes that the reader is familiar with Kubernetes and Linux cgroups.


When deploying a pod in a Kubernetes cluster, you normally have 2 choices when it comes to resources allotment:

  • defining CPU/memory resource requests and limits at the pod level
  • defining default CPU/memory requests and …

On meritocracy, identity and context

Before reading

This is a deeply personal article, that hasn't been easy to write, especially with all the tension currently occurring in the tech industry, around inclusiveness, gender, code of conducts, etc. I've done my best to explain my thoughts on the matter, while being as respectful as possible. If …