2 days in a row! That’s gotta be a record. Bumped latest https://daveops.net web build - more good stuff.
Did some thinking about the MIT OCW work ahead of me, and after digging a bit, I found that 1 unit is roughly equal to 14 hours of work per term. So looking at 228 units (which was the number I came up with when making up my pseudo degree) times 14 hours, that’s 3192 hours. At 2 hours of work a day every day, that’s about 4.3 years, which is not too bad. I read pretty fast, but the tricky part will be staying honest and doing the assignments.
Some good links today, thought I’d post a few Advent ones
- SysAdvent Calendar (articles for sysadmins)
- Advent of Code
- QEMU Advent Calendar (2014, but still great)
- Anti-disassembly technicques used by malware
- Git man page generator
- The Fenyman Notebook Method
- Richard Feynman’s Deliberate Genius