FreeBSD Day Livestream Training
Be sure to check out my livestream training videos created specially for FreeBSD Day. FreeBSD Day Livestream. FYI National FreeBSD Day is June 19th. More FreeBSD training is in the works. If you missed the livestream, feel free to download the videos using the following links: Basic Advanced
What's in store for BSD.pw?
BSD.pw is slowly but surely being transformed into an online training platform. You'll see more tutorial links posted in the near future, but the end goal is a more feature rich place to learn about BSD technologies.
Be sure to check out my trip report from my first BSDCan that was published in the FreeBSD Journal. You can either read it in the journal or read it on the FreeBSD Foundation Blog.
I'm a proud donor to the FreeBSD Foundation.
BSDCan 2017 Photos
The primary goal of BSD.pw is to create a lab environment for testing various BSD distributions with the intent of learning enough to be able to pass the BSD Associates Exam. From there I'd like to pursue the BSD Professional Certification from the BSD Certification Group and document my experiences with BSD, Python, Certification and CSS. I'm also considering joining the BSD Advisory Committee that is being created with the BSDCG merging with LPI which you can read about more here.
The preliminary plan is as follows:
- GOAL: Make 20 commits in Bugzilla to FreeBSD Docs.
- Get a proper Hugo workflow setup for modeling portfolio websites with blogs running initially on GitHub pages and eventually on a BSD webserver. Either Nginx with FreeBSD or Httpd on OpenBSD. We'll see.
- Setup a FreeBSD machine with PostgreSQL, Django, Unicorn, Nginx and HTTPS through Let's Encrypt on Digital Ocean
- Make some serious progress on my EdgeBSD development efforts through working with SaltStack and Flask
There will be various follow-up projects intended to help support BSD.pw and KandieAngel.com
- Setup a jail for KandieAngel.com
- ... there will always be more ideas that I'd like to do so getting this project started is motivating me to get up some momentum and challenge myself to keep up the pace.