So for the longest time I was big on writing my if/else statements in a very old school way, which for the most part was fine. However the other day I was working with someone at work and they showed me perhaps the most glorious way to turn what at the minimum is a 4…

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Release notes for the first real version of my hockey-info application

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So I ran into an interesting problem over the weekend, I forgot my 2FA token for Gitlab at home while I was away. My laptop’s SSH key was already loaded into Gitlab so I knew I could clone any of my repositories if only I could remember the exact name. That of course turned out…

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So I have been a longtime user of youtube-dl for ages to archive some things (obscure music, recordings of tech talks) and figured it was worth taking some time to make a simple and easy to use way to achieve this that others could benefit from. More simply put I created a front-end with Python…

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Finally got around to a rather large update for this project, fixed some small bugs such as the L10 data being way wrong (was showing win-loss-ot for the entire seaseon) as well as added in missing stats for Goalies and made the display of previous game results more sensible. Also redid about 95% of the…

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So I don’t always have great cell phone service, sometimes its weak 4G or even not 4G at all so modern designed apps suffer when bandwidth is a trickle at best. I would be away from home trying to find out whats going on with a Caps game and the NHL app would just be…

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Previously I enabled Timestamps in Bash to allow me to know when someone was doing stupid things, such as deleting vixie-cron or truncating databases at midnight, now I have system that backups all of the .bash_history files on my production system and stores them so I can look for stupid behavior, however the logfiles are…

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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 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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