I am no Project Manager in even the loosest sense of the word. Despite that I find myself learning more and more of the processes of PM. This is especially true when projects start to expand and grow. Specifically I am speaking about the NHL API project I started almost two years ago. This lead…

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We have this handy script at work that pulls all kinds of useful details from a system and saves us a ton of time checking by hand, so I took a stab at making my own version for generic use. Its not very good at all but it kinda works and probably could be expanded…

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Ever have a shitty environment where you have tons of devices that you need to connect to and don’t feel like typing out (and invariably mis-typing the hostname)?  Then this dirt simple script might be what you are looking for. #!/usr/bin/env python # # requires file ‘hosts’ to exist in same directory as the script…

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So I have a co-worker on a coding project who has all but refused to use any kind of version control  ( and in general prefers to do most of his work in production ) so I’ve been kicking around ways to either force him to do the work, or at least make changes get…

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So I spent a little time the other day applying what little I know of Python to the concept of picking Powerball lottery numbers because I had nothing much else to do that the time.  In the interest of not only content put putting more of my terrible code out there for people to laugh…

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Had to do a quick crontab job at work to grab user details out of /etc/passwd and email the details in a report, here is the resulting script #!/bin/bash > account-report.txt date > account-report.txt echo -e “=== Account Report ===n” >> account-report.txt Nlist=${1:-nodelist.txt} hName=( $(awk ‘{print $1}’ $Nlist) ); for name in “${hName[@]}”; do users=$(cat…

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