I recently drawn into the rabbit hole of modular synthesis.
This week I finished building my first eurorack case.
It's a 3U 84hp skiff.
Or in humans language, it is a relatively small, beginners sized case, to accommodate my first modules.
The 9th major version of pip, the recommended tool for installing python packages, was released two days ago. I took a short look on the changelog to see what's new. At first, I couldn't notice anything that will change my current workflows. Usually, the important changes are listed first, but …
So, what do you see here? Actually, nothing special. Yes, it is my first
assignment as a PhD student in the Media and Arts Technology programme at
Queen Mary University of London. And yes, it is a simple arduino exercise. So
why does it deserve a blog post?
Few months ago I shared my experiences with docker-compose in production.
Recently I faced another deployment and decided to use the same technique. This
time I used it somewhat differently. In this blog post I would like to share the