Code as Music

I was reading an article on Hacker News about Musical User Interfaces and it made wonder why the current music tools don’t allow you to code your song. By coding a song I mean writing a song as a program…. Read More ›

Heartbleed, OpenSSL, and Open Source

Heartbleed is a black eye to the open source movement. I don’t agree, however, with those who claim that this bug discredits the open source movement. Many people have unreasonable expectations of open source software. Open source software represents a… Read More ›

Why I Do Not Like Jenkins

I recently installed Jenkins to use as a continuous deployment server for Ansible and serverspec. I did finally get it to work but what an astonishingly unpleasant experience it was. It was exactly the kind of experience that gives open… Read More ›