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Organizing PythonPune Meetups

One thing I like most about meetups is, you get to meet new people. Talking with people, sharing what they are doing helps a lot to gain more knowledge. It is also a good platform to make connections with people having similar area of interests. I have been attending PythonPune meetup since last 2 years. In this blog post, I will be sharing some history about this group and how I got involved in organizing meetups.

infracloud.io: Introducing : Tracing Cassandra with Jaeger

This is the blog post about a plugin for Cassandra, which I wrote few days back. It covers basic information about three pillars of observability, which are logging, metrics and tracing. Thanks to Sameer, who helped me with my doubts related to Java and Maven. The blog post was published at infracloud.io on 19th June, 2019. Introducing : Tracing Cassandra with Jaeger

Triaging bugs of GNU Emacs

I have been using Emacs for more than 6 months. mbuf and me were discussing about some way to package Emacs as container image so that we can run that image to test things, triage bugs for a particular version etc. Before getting started with that, he wanted me to have idea about existing bugs of Emacs and how to triage them, so that I get better idea of whole work flow.

Using Gadgetbridge and openScale Amazfit Bip

Around 6 months ago the wrist watch that I was using from last 11 years broke. It was not possible to get it repaired as company does not manufacture any parts of it now. I was looking for an alternative but didn’t like any other normal watches available. So I decided to buy Amazfit Bit by Huami. Huami is brand by Xiaomi. While I’m not really interested in the steps count, sleep count, I liked the design of the watch.

infracloud.io: HA + Scalable Prometheus with Thanos

This is another blog post I wrote. It is about a tool called Thanos which can be used to setup highly available Prometheus. It was published at infracloud.io on 8th December, 2018. HA + Scalable Prometheus with Thanos

infracloud.io: Kubernetes Autoscaling with Custom Metrics

I wrote a blog post about scaling workloads in Kubernetes based on the metrics generated by applications. It was published at infracloud.io on 20th November, 2018. Kubernetes Autoscaling with Custom Metrics

Creating presentations with Org mode

As I said in the last blog post about Emacs, I use Org mode a lot. It’s the default mode I use for taking notes, tracking tasks etc. The export interface it provides is a really useful feature. There are a lot of packages, which provide ways to export the Org mode file to other formats like Markdown in addition to default supported formats HTML, PDF, text etc. Presenting within Emacs A few months ago I had a talk on Autoscaling in Kubernetes within our company.

Entering The Church of Emacs

From the title you may think this is another post or debate on <your favorite editor here> vs GNU Emacs. I will be talking about how I started using Emacs and why it is the best tool I have ever used. How it started During dgplug summer-training 2018, we had series of sessions on GNU Emacs. Thanks to mbuf, the whole series helped me a lot to get started with Emacs and now I use it for all my editing.

Where is bhavin192?

It’s been nearly a year since I have posted anything on my blog. So, where I was? I was planning to migrate this blog from the WordPress setup to a static site generator. Started doing that, later got busy with other stuff and it kept getting delayed. But I really wanted to write a new blog post once I get the site migrated. Finally I have the blog migrated completely to HUGO.

Contributing to diceware tool or 2018’s first Pull Request

You must have heard about diceware passwords before. If not, then the following image explains about it. It’s all about length of the password! I came across this tool called diceware which helps to generate these kind of passwords by using wordlists. Kushal packaged this for Fedora, he wanted people to test his rpm build, so he posted link to the build on #dgplug. While testing, I just passed random string to the command: