The Mandelbrot Set, Part 2: OpenGL Program

In the last part I tried to give a general overview of how the Mandelbrot set is generated and how it can be rendered using a simple algorithm. This part will focus on programming a simple realtime renderer that can also zoom and move around, as I showed in this video. Additionally, it will serve as small introduction to modern OpenGL programming. In this tutorial we work with C++, but you may use any other language you feel comfortable with that also binds with OpenGL....

November 6, 2016 · 11 min · 2212 words · Gian Sass

Monit: A Small Introduction

Monit is an awesome server monitoring tool that I have used for quite a while and recommend. What Monit does great is monitoring processes and services, so that in a way your server becomes self-healing. Monit can also notify you by email if unfortunate things happen. It is very easy to install and to set up. Let’s take a look! 1. Installation sudo apt-get install monit Edit the config file /etc/monit/monitrc....

March 1, 2016 · 2 min · 377 words · Gian Sass