Thomas Jungblut

I'm Thomas Jungblut - welcome to my personal blog. Here you'll find a lot of posts around all the things I'm interested in writing about. Big Data, Bulk Synchronous Parallel, MapReduce, Machine Learning, Clustering, Graph Theory, Natural Language Processing, Computer Science and Open Source in general.

  1. 26th May 2021· 7 min read

    I was busy over the last couple months by not only rebuilding my gaming PC, but salvaging the old one into a new desktop server setup. What’s usually missing in a great home server? Obviously a great GPGPU to do that sweet machine learning and…

  2. 13th March 2021· 2 min read

    Hey there, Today is about a topic that I spent the better half of my Saturday on, in order to fix my beloved Logitech G920. What’s happening? When you plug your G920 into your PC it will start calibrating: it goes 450° left, 450° right and then comes…

  3. 23rd November 2020· 5 min read

    Hey there, Today is about a topic that I spent the better half of my Saturday on, in order to fix my rig. I wanted to write it down, not just for my future self but also for others - I’ve seen hundreds of similar report in the usual hardware forums…

  4. 16th November 2020· 3 min read

    Hey there, I wanted to quickly share an automation step that you might want to find useful in your Ansible Playbooks. It’s about adding a Kubernetes cluster to a Gitlab instance (eg installed via Omnibus) using Ansible. The documentation tells you…

  5. 14th November 2020· 15 min read

    Apache Hama moved in April 2020 to the Apache Attic, which is the final resting place for Apache projects that reached their end of life. Today, roughly half a year after this move, I think it is a good time to write a blog post about why we think…


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