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Streaming Steam games from Amazon EC2 to Steam Link over OpenVPN tunnel featuring Pfsense and VMware

Oh have I longed to write this blog post, ever since I bought a Steam Link for myself as a christmas gift I’ve been wanting to make use of it. I’m the kind of person who sometimes (a bit too often) buys stuff first and motivates the purchase later (sometimes with a bit too much infrastructure). Anyways this blog post was a starting point for me: Revised and much faster, run your own high-end cloud gaming service on EC2!

Talk to the fridge! (using Alexa, Salesforce and Electric Imp)

Long time no blog post, sorry. I have meant to write this post forever but I have managed to avoid it. Anyways, consider the scenario when you sit in your couch and you wonder: - “What’s the temperature in my fridge?” - “Did I close the door?” - “What’s the humidity?” You have already installed your Electric Imp hardware in the Fridge (Best Trailhead Badge Ever) and it’s speaking to Salesforce via platform events, you even get a case when the temperature or humidity reaches a threshold or the door is open for too long.

Uploading CSV data to Einstein Analytics with AWS Lambda (Python)

I have been playing around with Einstein Analytics (the thing they used to call Wave) and I wanted to automate the upload of data since there’s no reason on having dashboards and lenses if the data is stale. After using Lambda functions against the Bulk API I wanted to have something similar and I found another nice project over at Heroku’s GitHub account called pyAnalyticsCloud I don’t have a Postgres Database so I ended up using only the uploader.