ImageMagick, created in 1987 by John Cristy, is a powerful suite of tools for manipulating images entirely via the command-line — read more.
When I was a kid I remember seeing a poster of Yoda from Star Wars which was made up from various screenshots from the movie. I remember being facinated how several tiny images could be arranged to create a larger image and that how the colour of each small image contributed to the larger image. — read more.
My head has very much been in the DevOps space lately as I've been more and more hands on with AWS. I got thinking about an idea I had some time ago... What would be involved in running an ephemeral BitTorrent client on AWS with downloads automatically saved to S3? — read more.
go-watch-s3 is a Go program which recursively watches a directory for new files and automatically uploads them to S3. — read more.