This website is a moving target. As of now, it is used as a digital platform to take notes, report and/or discuss certain things and publish knowledge — a piece of technology used to mirror my thoughts into the net and see what echos back from there.
What the visitor will come across in essence is a lot of tech stuff, financial and/or business related information, how I live my life in liberty and peace, the knowledge about knowledge, culture, motion pictures, travelling, leisure and lots of stuff I do not even know by myself right now. Enough said, feel free to walk around...
My website consists of three parts — weblog, schedule and the wiki part. Those who are interested in the weblog just click Weblog in the menu to the left. Use the same magic if you are interested in my schedule i.e. click My schedule in the menu at the left.
Below you got a siteindex of the wiki part. It lists all the pages on my website/platform except for the weblog and schedule part — they have their own, follow links above — in alphabetical order. Also, please make sure you read at least this before you dive deeper into this website in order do understand the information on my website.
Well, whereas the index above is great since it lists all pages on this website/platform so folks can start from there and/or get an overview it does not reflect certain connections among pages or even dedicated sections onto some particular pages.
This section is used to inform about contexts i.e. several pages and/or sections onto pages forming a semantically related context. However, any page, section, subsection listed here can of course be found in the above index... it is just that this section might save a lot of time and confusing for folks who just stepped in here ;-]
This context is about doing business in the 21st century, how to sense profitable investments and how to manage. It is also about how to proof expertise, social/ethical competence as well as unfaltering will for steadily improvements of all sorts to others. Last but not least it is about how to be happy with work, how to create win-win situations for you, co-workers, superiors etc.
This context is about datacenters and related information.
This context is about DBMSs (Database Management Systems) and related information.
This context is about DebianGNU/*, a free OS (Operating System).
This context is about GNU Emacs, the Swiss army knife that allows for hyperspace travelling ;-]
This context is about hardware in particular.
This context covers mobility and what IT solutions to think about in this regards. This context also covers communications e.g. email.
I became obvious I needed a networking context. This context is a view onto several pages/sections/etc. on this website/platform which are somehow related to networking i.e. computer networks.
This context about software development and computer science. It is not so much about administering and the like. If you are more interested into system administration you might want to check out the Debian and/or Security context on this page. Last but not least, the Networking context might also be of interest...
This context is about security in various domains e.g. network, local machine, etc. Following pages are considered being part of this context:
This context is about virtualization. In computing, virtualization is a broad term that refers to the abstraction of computer resources. One useful definition is: A technique for hiding the physical characteristics of computing resources from the way in which other systems, applications, or end users interact with those resources. This includes making a single physical resource (such as a server, an operating system, an application, or storage device) appear to function as multiple logical resources; or it can include making multiple physical resources (such as storage devices or servers) appear as a single logical resource.
This is a context about the Apache web server (probably the most-used industry-class werbserver on the net today) and related software within this domain that helps to serve data to the WWW (World Wide Web).