A few updates

For those who are wondering why I am slow to reply to requests, I shall say that I’ve been quite busy at work, in the process of changing the infrastructure technology used for our application stack. Unfortunately, my responsiveness might not improve for at least three more months.

My role at work will also involve quite some travelling, which is expected to be a tad disruptive when it comes to my personal interests. So, the message I wish to send out is that I will still be working at the projects I have contributed so far, but fairly slower than usual, at least until mid March 2019.

That said, the periods during which I will be able to send out my hardware and kits are going to get less frequent and shorter. Just this morning I sent out two Tiny C2N Monitor DIY kits, leaving only 4 available. If you’re interested in one of my devices or kits, bear in mind that other than tomorrow and early next week, my next opportunity to post packets will probably be during the second week of January. After that, you’d have to wait until the last week of March.

About Luigi Di Fraia

I am a Senior DevOps Engineer so I get to work with the latest technologies and open-source software. However, in my private time I enjoy retro-computing.
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