The Association of Mad Scientists

Self-hosted draw.io

This configuration links up with the reverse proxy service I wrote about here, which you...…

Continue reading

Traefik: application layer reverse proxy with tight docker integration

Traefik is a web application that sits between your web applications and the actual internet known as a reverse proxy. In this configuration, Traefik is used to route all requests received on the public interface, based on two sources of rules:…

Continue reading

Manjaro Linux on a Macbook Pro (an older one)

MacOS is decent. It’s works, the animations look pretty, and this Macbook Pro from 6 years ago is still a beast of a machine. But animations and things working out of the box don’t make the whole environment, and I’m used to working on Linux. I realize…

Continue reading

Python Type-Hints and Strictness

I was taught programming in Java, which, relatively to Python, has a lot of boilerplate. So when I began writing in Python more frequently, it felt freeing, as though I could more effectively and quickly get my thoughts down and put them to use. This is especially true for small,…

Continue reading

Google's Censorship, Now As Blatant as Can Be

Remeber the quaint old days when we would complain that an article critical of Google wouldn’t be on the front page despite trending everywhere else? Or further back, when we saw that the results for Firefox extensions were  placed below the results for Chrome in Firefox, but also, strangely…

Continue reading