First things first: this is not a sponsored article.
I came across Veeam products multiple times in my career, but most of the customers or companies that I worked for were using other products with no compelling reason for migrating from backup solutions that already worked efficiently with another one.
In the last couple of years, I’ve attended to VMWare UserCon and met some guys from Veeam, that was one of the sponsors of the event in here Melbourne (Australia). They were very approachable and kind to show that the company had a lot of new solutions to offer and one, in particular, it was too good to be true. Continue reading “Powershell & Veeam Backup and Replication / VeeamZip”
I’m gradually moving away from reStructuredText (RST) and I use more MarkDown(MD) to write generic documentation. In fact, I found myself using md files more and more and I really like the approach of focusing on content and let the tool generate a well formatted document according to the type needed.
If MarkDown doesn’t need much introduction the tool I’m using to convert .md is called Pandoc.
Pandoc is a universal document converter and from an MD file can generate multiple output format. It’s open-source and really simple to use. Continue reading “Automating Document Conversion from Markdown with Pandoc”
The old classic debate between developers has been “What’s the best editor between VIM and EMACS? I think is hard to generalise and compare editors or make a statement such this is the best editor, but in this article we will give some tips that will work for every developer. Continue reading “How To Choose Your Editor”
This year I’ve found so many interesting blogs that is so hard for me to choose what to suggest to a developer o it pro what to read. So I’ve decided to choose just a couple that can be interesting for both. These two articles are my absolute personal favourites. Continue reading “Best Articles of 2017”