I’ve donated to Equitas Health.
Equitas Health helps thousands of HIV-positive in Ohio, Dayton and Columbus.
Thousands more are reached with our prevention, testing, and other services. We are excited about embracing our expanded mission as a strategic step to further that legacy and its reach by providing care for all – with a focus on a safe and open space and highest quality healthcare for the LGBTQ community and others who are medically underserved.https://equitashealth.com/get-involved/give/donate-now/
I did my donation following a post by Terra Field, a former colleague at Blizzard and later leading Netflix’s Trans *ERG, but I didn’t see that she organized a gofund campaign, so I donated again :)
If you want to help them:
I created an article about provisioning to Amazon AWS EC2 and running playbooks (recipes) using Ansible, and Dynamic Directory to store the public ip’s or dns public names in an inventory.
As I saw that there is a lack of clarity in the articles about this theme.
I also provided two alternatives ways, one pure Python3 and the other Bash based (grep awk tr)
The books I publish in LeanPub have two prices, the suggested price, which is the price I consider the right price for the book, and the minimum price, which is the minimum price I authorized a reader can pay to have it.
You can buy it for the minimum price. You know better than anyone your economy.
So when a reader buys one of my books for the suggested price, instead of the minimum price, it’s really showing how they appreciate may work.
So thanks for all the support and appreciation you show!. :)
One of the motives I chose Leanpub platform is because I think is fair. No DRM, no BS. And the reader can ask for a refund within 45 days if they don’t like the book. It also makes very happy seeing that I don’t have any refunds. I appreciate it as a token of the usefulness of my work. Thanks. :)
Updates to Docker Combat File book (v.16 2021-11-24)
I added a nice trick to reverse engineering the original Dockerfile from a running Image.
I also added another typical copy and paste error into the Troubleshoot section.
Automating and Provisioning Amazon AWS (EC2, EBS, S3, CloudWatch) with boto3 (Amazon’s SDK for Python 3) and Python 3 book
I’m writing a book about how to automate your Amazon AWS tasks using Amazon’s AWS Python 3 SDK boto3, provisioning new instances, stopping, starting, creating volumes, creating/deleting buckets in S3, uploading/downloading files from S3…
It is currently 20% completed. With 43 pages it shows EC2 section already.
I’ve working in carleslibs v.1.0.3. I added MenuUtils class, which allows to assemble menus super quickly, that execute the code referenced in the menu array. Ideal for building CLI applications very fast.
I also added KeyboardUtils class, which allows to ask the user for String within certain lengths allowing or not spaces and/or underscores, and ask user for Integer values within a certain min and max, having 0 for go back.
The plan is to release the new version of carleslibs as soon as I’ve tested it properly.