This is my second test to see if Pipelines are working in BitBucket
This is my third test to see if Pipelines are working in BitBucket.
This post was created in Working Copy on the iPad and then pushed up to the git repo. Pulled down to my laptop and then I ran the Hugo binary. I then copied the Public folder to the server.
For a good how to on using InfluxDB, Telegraf, and Graphana check out https://angristan.xyz/monitoring-telegraf-influxdb-grafana/
I recently switched from an OpenVZ VPS to a KVM VPS over at Ramnode. Mainly because I wanted to upgrade to CentOS 7. I figured it would be a good time to take a look at my site, and how I put it together. It was on Wordpress, but I wanted to look at alternatives and maybe find something with less overhead. I stumbled upon Jekyll. It looked insteresting and outside of the want of a photo gallery solution I thought it might fit for my needs.
I think we all want to feel something, we have forgotten or turned our backs on, cause maybe we didn’t realize how much we were leaving behind we need to remember what used to be good. If we don’t we won’t recognize it even if it hits us between the eyes. -Jennifer Garner (13 going on 30)
I love movies, and as such I tend to watch a lot of them. Sometimes the movie reaches into my mind and I take from it things and ideas that others may not. i.e. they make me think! My latest adventure was Nick and Nora’s Infinite Playlist. This movie came out in late 2008 to mediocre reviews. It is after all what I would call a smart high school movie. The idea of the film is that there is a band playing somewhere in New York City, NY and the principle cast is searching for this band.
Hi, my name is Jon. Welcome to my home on the web. I work at an awesome place in the mountains of Southern California.