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Daniel Schneller
Works at CenterDevice GmbH
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DevOpsCon 2015: Interview
Interview mit Lukas und mir auf der DevOpsCon 2015 in Berlin, kurz nach dem Talk über Private Cloud mit OpenSource.
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True KVM Live Migration with OpenStack Icehouse and Ceph based VM storage
Over on the codecentric blog I just published a new post on True KVM Live Migration with OpenStack Icehouse and Ceph based VM storage , outlining the process it took me to get this actually working. There were several issues to work around, some of them bug...
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Localizing Mobile Apps
What do the acronyms I18N or L10N stand for? What do they mean for developers of mobile applications in particular? I hosted a session about localizing mobile applications at Developer Week 2014 in Nuremberg. It covers — among other things — text, numbers, ...
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Ansible: Simple, yet powerful automation
On the company blog I published a post about our experience with Ansible today. It is no shoot out between different automation tools, but rather a collection of Ansible basics and our experience with it so far. Soon another post will follow about dynamical...
On the company blog I published a post about our experience with Ansible today. It is no shoot out between different automation tools, but rather a collection of Ansible basics and our experience with it so far. Soon another...
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iPhone 5 display replacement
The problem About two weeks ago I noticed my iPhone 5 had a faint, but ugly pink hue in the center of the screen.
At first I suspected some software issue, because it looked as if the hue was exactly in the area an iOS7 table view uses for its cells to be d...
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FrOSCon 10: Private Cloud mit OpenSource
Auf der FrOSCon 10 in St. Augustin habe ich kürzlich ein Update zu unseren Erfahrungen mit dem Thema "Private Cloud mit OpenSource" gegeben. Leider sind noch nicht alle Probleme, über die letztes Jahr berichtet wurde, behoben, aber wir sind schon ein gutes ...
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Ceph Storage Cluster
At Data2Day 2014 in Karlsruhe I talked about the Ceph Storage Cluster and us using it to store documents in CenterDevice . These are the slides (German) I used. If you are interested in Ceph and/or look for help implementing it, don't hesitate to contact me...
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Jinja2 for better Ansible playbooks and templates
Another post on Ansible over on the codecentric blog: Jinja2 for better Ansible playbooks and templates linked here for your convenience :)
Another post on Ansible over on the codecentric blog: Jinja2 for better Ansible playbooks and templates linked here for your convenience :)
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SSH Two-Factor Authentication with Duo Security
Over on the codecentric blog I published an article on SSH Two-Factor Authentication with Duo Security . You are welcome to check it out.
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2-Factor-Auth need not be turned off for that. Just go to "Application Specific Passwords" in your Google security settings to create one for calendar on your phone. 
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Sure. Just wanted to let you know that you need not make a choice between either more secure or using 3rd party clients. It is not immediately obvious from their UI.
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  • CenterDevice GmbH
    Principal Cloud Engineer, 2011 - present
    Planning and implementing OpenStack and Ceph clusters.
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Developer, Star Trek Fan, normal person (in that order).
Introduction
I am a software developer focused mainly on mobile development on iOS and Android, with CenterDevice GmbH and codecentric AG. Apart from this I spend my time with podcasts, books and technology in general. This is my personal site. Anything posted here is my personal and private view of things. codecentric's blog (with the occasional crosspost) can be found at blog.codecentric.de.
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Germany
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Solingen, Germany - Heidenheim, Germany - Giengen, Germany - Bad Waldsee, Germany
Prinzipiell eine nette Location. Das Essen ist gut und die Auswahl bietet für jeden was. Aber 2015 keine Kartenzahlung anzubieten ist lächerlich. Hätte meine Frau nicht zufällig noch Geld dabei gehabt, hätte einer von uns erstmal zur nächsten Bank oder zum Geldautomaten fahren müssen. Keine Ahnung, wie das laufen soll, wenn man allein dort ist. Jedenfalls sind das für mich klare 2 Punkte Abzug. Mich würde die Begründung interessieren.
Public - 7 months ago
reviewed 7 months ago
Good food, even though the recommended desert was not my personal highlight (white peach jelly). Ramen was very good, as was the pan fried dumpling. As others have said it is quite loud and hectic. Went there at 21:45 and still it was rather busy. No chance earlier without reservation. I was handed the check by one waitress while another was asking for desert. That felt a little too rushed. Apart from that much recommended.
Public - 7 months ago
reviewed 7 months ago
Met there with Canadian friends for some drinks and a light dinner. Wife had a burger, I had Gnocchi with Ricotta Tomato Sauce. Both were very good. Cocktails were good, but I have had better. Still a very nice place with friendly staff.
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reviewed 7 months ago
Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago
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Went there after the other place we had planned to go to had no available seats. Seems the place was recently renovated, clean and bright, freshly painted walls, nice decoration, well maintained. We were greeted and served by a friendly Chinese lady. Had vegetarian and shrimp rolls for starters, then satay chicken and a spicy chicken combo with rice. Everything seemed to be very fresh and tasted good. The lady asked if we had any other wishes a few times and took good care of us in general. While we were there we could hear her take orders via the phone. Also very friendly there. Fair prices ($33 for all of the above and a soft drink). Not really a place for fine dining, but a solid Chinese restaurant with good food. Would go there again without hesitation.
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Public - 7 months ago
reviewed 7 months ago
We arrived at 8pm and were lucky to jump ahead of a line of undecided tourists studying the menu outside. We ordered the soup of the day and corn fried prawns for starters, followed by beef burger and buttermilk fried chicken with mashed potatoes and veggies. The food was excellent, including the salty caramel chocolate cake for dessert. Staff was very friendly and forthcoming. We felt right at home and well catered to. The only "negative" we could think of was that the main course arrived very soon after the starters before we had had a chance to finish those. The waiter immediately apologized for it and it was not really a problem. The restaurant has a nice "classic" style with leather seats in booths of 2 or 4. This has been saved as a favorite for future visits to Toronto.
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Public - 7 months ago
reviewed 7 months ago
Diverse Male dort gewesen, jedes mal zufrieden (allerdings immer abends). Zahlreiche Sushi-Varianten, frisch zubereitet. All you can eat lohnt sich je nach Geschmack, da natürlich ausgefallenere Sorten teurer sind. Allerdings man sich nicht vorher entscheiden, sondern während des Essens einfach feststellen, dass man damit günstiger auskommt, oder eben nicht. Jederzeit gern wieder.
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