Hi, I’m Tyrel.
Book Notes: DevOps Handbook, The
August 27, 2023 8 Minute Read
Here are some point-form takeaways from my notes from reading The DevOps Handbook by John Willis, Gene Kim, and Patrick Debois.
How I use my Synology NAS as my personal cloud
August 15, 2023 10 Minute Read
This is a follow-up to my previous post describing what a Synology NAS is. In this post I describe some of the more interesting functionality that I use every day.
What is DevOps?
April 10, 2022 7 Minute Read
In my role as a software developer at my day job, I’ve been getting more interested in DevOps as a career trajectory. But what does that even mean? Do I even know? This is a brief exploration into what DevOps is and how I see it relating to a small development team.
AWS Dynamic DNS
March 20, 2022 5 Minute Read
A dynamic DNS is handy if you want to host something or access something on your home network but you don't have a static IP address from your ISP. I built a little dynamic DNS script for AWS Route53 using Node that runs on a Raspberry Pi.
Small Form Factor PC Part 2 - Water Cooling
Jan 25 2021 29 Minute Read
This second part of my small form factor gaming PC build covers my upgrade to a full custom water cooling system. Both the CPU and GPU are cooled by a 240mm radiator with parts from EKWB and Barrow. I cover all of the components and all the pros and cons I encountered when assembling it.
Feb 1, 2020 1 Minute Read
Migrating Frontend Assets During Grails 2 → 3 Upgrade
Dec 15, 2019 5 Minute Read
Upgrading our application from Grails 2 to Grails 3 has been a long process. Migrating our static frontend assets is just one piece of that process.
Battlesnake Programming Competition 2018
June 11, 2018 18 Minute Read
Battlesnake is a programming competition where participants create an AI server that acts as the brain of a snake in the classic game Snake. Participants compete in a round-robin tournament played out live in front of an audience of roughly 1000 people. The winner takes home up to $4,000!
Building a Mechanical Keyboard from Scratch
Apr 20, 2017 17 Minute Read
After becoming infatuated with custom mechanical keyboards I decided to build my own. Not from a kit, but like from scratch. This is my journey through designing, aquiring parts, building, and programming my own mechanical keyboard complete with a custom layout I designed.
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