It became silent around
Ruffy Le RaRe for a few months now (again), but that does not mean there’s no news at all. While university was taking most of my attention throughout the last few months, that didn’t stop me from working on some of my older music projects on the side. And luckily I was able to finish one. Now with this post I’m proudly releasing my
Walk Away Remix for Asher Postman. This time it’s a 115 BPM House’ish Remix, with a funky bassline and a Dubstep’ish finish (genre-bending is my favorite sport). Since many of you lovely people gave me ton of great feedback on the last 2 releases with FLP I also decided to publish the
FLP (Fruity Loops Project File) again for this project!
We’re getting closer and closer to Christmas. So close, that one can already smell cookies 🍪 and the scent of the Christmas tree 🎄 in the living room. It’s the time where we’re supposed to calm down and just enjoy the time with our family and loved ones. Yet here we are stressing ourselves out, often for absolutely no reason at all. But, as always, Jntktn.TV got your back. The crew prepared a super awesome X-MAS Special just for you, so you can lean back and just enjoy the show. The lovely streamers of
Jnktn will be live for you on Saturday the
18th of December for a total of 13 (!!!) hours. Come for the music, stay for the awesome people, and forget about the “business as usual” for a moment.
Welcome to the first article in the series of
EAD (= Enterprise Application Development). Applications developed and designed for enterprise environments are often complicated, hard to maintain, tricky to deploy, barely monitorable and often suffer from a mixture of “why is this even a service” and “how the fuck can one service do so many things”. This article series is supposed to guide you through essential techniques and best practices, to prevent applications from being tech-debt right from the beginning. Each article will tackle another aspect that makes an application a charm for developers, operations, administrators and users. The first article is about properly configuring services and applications.
Over the last few years I had very little time for music - especially for my own music. University here, work there, friends, family on the other side - trust me, it’s not always easy to actually have time for producing music. Even if you have a few spare minutes left, sometimes the creativity-levels are just below the required threshold. As a result, I started lots of projects during that time, but didn’t finish a single one. My project folder now contains round about 50 unfinished ideas, that are just waiting for being started/finished. Well, and exactly that had to stop! I rolled up my sleeves and got to work with the goal to reduce the number of
WIP projects. To celebrate this, I’m releasing my remix for
Timmy Trumpet - Cold and a
2Phaze original tune called
Unknown Paradigm. But wait, there’s even more. I’m also releasing the FLPs (Fruity Loops Project Files) for both projects, just to give back to the community, producers and everyone interested in my music.
When you’re searching for ways to live-stream / broadcast something to the world, you’ll most likely land at the usual suspects - services like YouTube and Twitch. Well, those might be great, but you know what’s even greater? Right, self-hosting your own broadcasting platform. Luckily there is an awesome
F(L)OSS project called Owncast that does the heavy lifting for you. Owncast is a privacy-friendly drop-in replacement for services such as Twitch. Owncast finds a wide adoption throughout streamers already, because only YOU own and control the content. In this article I’ll show you how you can host your own Owncast-instance in just a few simple steps, containerized on any operating system that supports either