This is about debugging techniques, reading code, software maintenance and general rants about anything I feel like writing about. Security and testing related posts may also appear from time to time.
|b-sides-london-201104.html||2011-04-29 20:28||Security B-sides London 20/04/11 field report|
|code-review.html||2013-09-21 14:10||Pub quizzes should be replaced with code reviews|
|evening-in-dublin.html||2013-10-17 04:41||Drunken abuse of the filesystem to implement associative arrays in shell|
|fear-and-loathing-in-saxony.html||2013-06-24 19:49||Fear and Loathing in Saxony|
|golf.html||2012-03-02 10:05||Golfing 101|
|london-house-hunting.html||2015-09-09 21:29||House hunting in London|
|los-monegros.html||2013-10-08 09:32||My first desert|
|memleak-pthreads.html||2011-02-24 14:44||Tracking down a memory leak in multithreaded C application|
|nfs-perfs.html||2011-02-24 01:08||A general troubleshooting guide for NFS performance issues on Linux|
|oom-frag.html||2011-03-01 04:59||The OOM killer may be called even when there is still plenty of memory available|
|segfault-gdb-strace.html||2011-03-07 09:33||Example of using gdb and strace to find the cause of a segmentation fault|
I am Adrien Kunysz. I enjoy playing with Unix systems, breaking things, fixing things, reading code and tinkering with low level components and tools (kernel, libc, debuggers,...). I can be reached at email@example.com or as Krunch on Freenode. You can find more about me on my LinkedIn profile.