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(2019-11-22) Talk: Scientific programming with GNU Octave

At the Shibaura Institute of Technology I was given the opportunity to talk about GNU Octave.

(2019-02-07) Protect your server using fail2ban

While reading the system journal of my server, I noticed a bunch of evil looking entries and finally found in the Python tool fail2ban a satisfying but not an overall answer to the problem.

(2019-01-11) Setting up JupyterHub on openSUSE Leap 15.0

In a previous blog post the setup of the Apache2 webserver including TLS was explained. Based upon that effort, this blog post deals with the setup of JupyterHub. The goal is to create an online development environment for fancy looking interactive GNU Octave notebooks. Those are a great tool for explaining mathematical code and software as they have builtin support for syntax-highlighting and, thanks to MathJax, mathematics.

(2018-06-25) Setting up an apache2 webserver on openSUSE Leap 15.0

The goal of this blog post is to properly remember what I did to create my root-server setup using openSUSE Leap 15.0:

(2017-03-20) Talk at the OctConf 2017 at CERN

The slides of today’s talk at the OctConf2017 at CERN are available here.

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