28 May – 1 June shared nifty ideas for development, ticketing, Windows monitoring and hotkeys, as well as a couple events to look forward to.
Ronny started by looking at the latest from AutoHotkey and Christian recommended his best ticket system for business.
Gunnar then explained test-driven development and how it reduces the need to debug, while Birger discovered a discarded traffic light that could have been handy as an Icinga/Nagios alerter .
Phillip followed with Part 6 of his NSClient ++ blog series, offering a guide to monitoring various file attributes such as size, age and version.
Lastly, Eva counted down 149 days to OSMC 2012 with a video of a presentation by Christopf Siess – “A Performance Comparison of Nagios Monitoring Solutions”.
She also reflected on RootCamp Berlin 2012 and looked ahead to the Puppet Camp coming to Nuremberg in October, in time for the OSMC. We welcome you to combine the two and join us!