Ubuntu 12.04 LTS

I’m quite impressed with the new version of Ubuntu, and because it’s a LTS release it means one less VM I need to maintain during the next release cycle. I generally keep a VM of the latest LTS and release version, as well as tracking the development version from Beta 1. This results in 3 […]

Life on the bleeding edge

I love new things. I still get that thrill when I buy a new piece of hardware or download a new piece of software. I still run the latest version of Ubuntu on my laptop and my netbook, and generally upgrade to the next release whilst it is still in beta. The only drawback with […]

My first stab at self-interview

In my last post I mentioned The Setup. This is my attempt to answer the questions. Who are you and what do you do? I’m Andy, and I work for IT Services at the University of Birmingham in a Service Desk management/development role. In my spare time I listen to and write about music, dabble […]