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uncomfyhalomacro | reading time: ~2min

🧑‍🔬 mostly about tech and biology. i have a love and hate relationship when it comes to software.

About me§

I'm Soc Virnyl Estela (aka uncomfyhalomacro). I like to discuss about Linux, Wayland, and various programming languages such as Julia, and Rust.

I'm responsible for the Rust rewrite of OBS Service Cargo Vendor.

I'm a package maintainer for the openSUSE community, mostly Wayland and Rust software.

My main background is biology but I also have exposure to computer science when I was in high school.

I'm a self-taught programmer. These are topics that interest me in terms of recency:

  • databases
  • DevOps
  • compilers
  • functional programming
  • containers

Most of my projects are now hosted either on Sourcehut and Codeberg.

The source of this website is available at codeberg.org.

Other stuff§

If you want to know what I use and what I want to learn, read further down below.

Software and tools I use daily§

Programming Languages I am really familiar with§

Software and things I want to familiarize with§

  • Erlang. I heard about it because of its impressive built-in concurrency support.
  • Go. Learn it since it's used from various companies.
  • Ansible. Notable for DevOps.

Contact§

Feel free to email me at contact@uncomfyhalomacro.pl.

Closing Remarks§

This theme is much inspired from zerm, a really wonderful zola theme template.

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Articles from blogs I follow around the net

Agile is a tainted term

Oh no, not another agile article. But at least this one isn't attempting to teach or reconcile. I'm not going to talk about the difference between agile and Agile™ nor will I try to convince you of my favorite flavor of Agile™. Instead, I'm here to assert …

via pcloadletter February 16, 2024

You Must Read At Least One Book To Ride

Two things are true. The first is going to sound bad in a culture where engineers are encouraged to apologize for existing while it is totally acceptable for a grifter that can't code to insist that they're a "thought leader". It is that, in my immediate p…

via Ludicity February 15, 2024

Code injection or backdoor: A new look at Ivanti’s CVE-2021-44529

This is yet another, “Ron got nerdsniped by a thing and wasted enough time that he needs something to show for it” blog. Which, come to think of it, are pretty much all my blogs. :) Recently, a tweet from Steven Seeley (ϻг_ϻε) caught my eye - an exploit fo…

via GreyNoise Labs February 15, 2024

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