I am Michele Beltrame, I love computer programming, Unix systems, languages, hiking in the mountains and playing the bass guitar.
This personal web site contains a blog with mainly tech-related articles, plus some extras. Most blog posts (all the tech stuff) are in English, but there's also the occasional Italian language writing.
Latest blog posts
Version 5.36 of perl was recently released. Amid the new features
it contains, there is a very interesting, and maybe lesser-know one: the new
I wanted to name this article How to finally do away with Gmail, but such a title wouldn’t have revealed the technical content of the writing, which represents its most relevant part.
Continuing the “quick&dirty” series, here’s a solution I implemented on a server where sometimes (once a week or so) mySQL just dies.
One hosting service I have contains several domains. In order to understand which of these web sites was the most trafficked, I needed to analyze the logs a bit. There are sever Apache log analysis solutions out there, but frankly I just needed some basic information, and didn’t want a software bloated with a lot of feature 99% of which I didn’t need.
I had been an Amiga user for a long time between the end of the 80s and the beginning on the 90s: these computers were ahead of their time, and I loved them. I owned an Amiga 500 (then sold) and an Amiga 2000 (which I’m trying to repair), both featuring kickstart 1.2.