Everything that has a beginning…

…has an end. It’s one of my favorite quotes, I’ve even got it tattooed on my side. Although the quote isn’t really Buddhist, for me it signals one of its core teachings though and that is ‘impermanence‘. Everything is always changing and eventually comes to and end. But all these fancy words aside: this blog…

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Hi Red Hat!

A Red Hat introduction. Recently (this May) I’ve passed the LFCS exam with the help of my friends of Linux Academy and switched jobs at the beginning of this month to a super professional Linux company. This spices things up a lot. At my former company, the choice of poison were Debian based distributions (Debian…

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Short update on the 2019 plan

Short update post about a lot that has been going on and has or is about to change. This will affect the posts on cloudpro.zone so that’s the reason I’m updating you. These changes will most probably affect the post frequency and will for sure affect the post quality. Frequency because after marrying, we’re moving…

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The plan for 2019

Yes! The plan for 2019 looks much clearer since my concluding post of 2018. I gave things some serious thoughts and came up with a neat little plan for 2019. As far as the blog is concerned, its’s simple. I’m doing a post every Saturday. Period. I’m not doing this blog to get a lot…

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Blog future and holidays

For a while now I’ve been thinking about the future of this blog and I will thing some more about it in the coming holidays. This year was a good year. After a year of studying and landed my first Linux job where my practical knowledge skyrocketed tremendously. But I also noticed that it became…

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Blog post frequency

When I started this blog in February 2017 the plan was to post every 3 days and with a short break now and then, I’ve succeeded. But now, these last couple of months, I’ve found it hard to fill these pages with new content. So, what’s the deal? In 2017 I was a Linux rookie…

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Update and changes

Finally an update. After a break, I’m back, with probably some structural changes. February 2017 this blog started. Working in Apple related IT for 20 years, nearly dying in 2016 and recuperating in 2017, I decided to start a new adventure: Linux. Beginning with some basics in the form of CompTIA certifications, I signed up…

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CompTIA troubleshooting model

Following my random A+ rambling, I came across this during the first part of my A+ study and I think it’s good to get it on digital paper. CompTIA, like many others actually, introduced a troubleshooting model which every technician can follow to, well, do a good job. I’ve mixed the CompTIA approach with my…

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