The Bitcoin Logo
Bitcoin is a decentralised digital currency which has been growing rapidly in popularity and use. You can send bitcoins to people and businesses around the world quickly, easily, and
with significantly less fees than international wire transfers, PayPal, or credit cards. You can even buy beer almost instantly; Here is a photo of me buying beer using Bitcoin.
If you’re developing a Bitcoin application, or even want to just play around with it, you can do so without costing anything and use a minimal amount of system resources. This blog post covers some technical topics about the Bitcoin block chain, which you might want to read up on the subject beforehand.
I’ve been playing around with Docker for a few months and it’s great.
One thing that is slightly rage-inducing when using docker is having to SSH into a container. Generally if you have multiple containers that run
sshd, you’ll want the SSH ports to be generated randomly to prevent conflicts. Connecting via SSH is slightly tedious to do in this case, as there are several steps involved.
Just a quick update about the latest release of Python Google Chart 0.4.0 with Python 3 support, a few bug fixes, and a the deprecation of the Google Charts Image API.
Example custom fish shell prompt.
Very early this cold morning I had a sudden urge to improve and customise my shell. A few weeks ago I discovered fish shell but didn’t get around to using it much, so maybe my subconscious decided to wake me up so I can get it done. You win again, brain.
Red Panda Mini Game Screenshot
On my holiday break, I decided to create this new blog for random interesting stuff that I make or come across. The design is my own extended on the default WordPress theme.
This first post is about how I made a mini game that is a small easter egg in this blog. It has a highly thought out name: “Red Panda Mini Game”.