Little class in C# and PowerShell that allows you to easily capitalize a user’s name.
There are times when you need a very simply tool to do something rather trivial that needs to be accessible to various users. If it’s simple enough it seems rather silly to stand a server and install Apache to make some simple configuration changes. This is where Flask can shine. Let’s take a look at […]
There are better ways to do inserts but sometimes you just want to generate SQL. Maybe? Either way, it shows the use of classes in PowerShell.
If you need a quick and dirty way to get installed software from many Linux servers with minimal effort in Python this might be helpful.
A quick and dirty AD account cleanup script that can be ran as a task in any domain. This program will remove AD accounts older than 90 days that are sitting in a disabled state. Hope it’s useful to someone looking for an example.
Before all hell broke loose I built a dashboard for management to give a near real-time view of health, errors, etc. Once we got sent home to work and we popped most of the work force on VPN, I was tasked with adding a widget to show connected users. Of course this is an example […]
I needed a tool for my wife to resize images for her blog and I found one called Trimage. I wasn’t much fond of it so I wrote my own, it’s fast and stable for only a days worth of coding. To run the code directly you’ll need GObject and PIL, you might want Pillow […]
I am working on a project at work and they were interested in a video playing up top. I decided it might be more fun if you have a series of videos. I already had Bootstrap 4.3.1 doing things on the page and I almost always have JQuery – you don’t really need JQuery but […]
A quick and dirty timer example. If you need to execute after a period of time use Thread.Timer(). This example uses simple thread and event to start and stop a clock in a Gtk 3 window counting up time in a label. #!/usr/bin/python3 import gi gi.require_version('Gtk', '3.0') from gi.repository import Gtk,Pango,GObject import threading import datetime […]