For over half a decade, I have been deploying IPFS on my Kubernetes cluster, gaining valuable insights into its operation within such an environment. Even though it’s just a modest singleton deployment, the experience has led to a deeper understanding of various nuances and potential pitfalls. This article aims to share the learned lessons and offer configuration guidelines to optimize IPFS performance in a Kubernetes setup.
Today I explored ssh-audit, a tool designed to audit SSH configurations. Although it’s an excellent tool, I found the hardening guides somewhat lacking. Hence, I decided to write a detailed walkthrough, ensuring the ssh/sshd configurations are easily readable.
Today I am thrilled to introduce the Shinobi Art Engine, the ultimate tool for creating NFT collections. This is an extension of the amazing work done by the HashLips team, known for their pioneering efforts in NFT art generation, and it’s the first tool to support both BCH and ETH NFT collections. The CashNinjas team has been working on this project for a while now and we are excited to share it with the world.
As someone who spends a significant chunk of time immersed in terminal windows, constantly tweaking and optimizing, I thought I had achieved an ideal setup with zsh and oh-my-zsh. However, in the spirit of continuous improvement, I recently embarked on a quest for re-evaluation and potential enhancement.
For years, I’ve been using a CODE Keyboard equipped with Cherry MX Clear switches. It has served me faithfully, but recently, I’ve felt the need to try something different. Given the plethora of options now available, I embarked on a quest to find the perfect keyboard.