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Archive for October 1st, 2020

Baseboard Management Controller: bmc-toolbox · GitHub, supporting Dell, HP and SuperMicro

Posted by jpluimers on 2020/10/01

Cool stuff by for interrogating Baseboard Management Controller on Dell, HP and SuperMicro equipment using golang.

A bunch of tools to ease BMC management.

Source: bmc-toolbox · GitHub

Via: [WayBack] bmclib talks to the Baseboard Management Controller of your server. It is written in Go, and understands Dell iDRAC, HP C… – Kristian Köhntopp – Google+



Posted in Development, Go (golang), Software Development | Leave a Comment »

Go character and string literals: regular (‘), double (“) and back-tick (`) quotes

Posted by jpluimers on 2020/10/01

For my link archive:

Back-ticks can be very useful for instance when you need to specifying json tags.

References for that:


Posted in Development, Encoding, Go (golang), JavaScript/ECMAScript, JSON, Scripting, Software Development | Leave a Comment »

sql server – Index Seek vs Index Scan – Database Administrators Stack Exchange

Posted by jpluimers on 2020/10/01

Below some links I used to get a feel for the different query execution plan entries I observed.

The first one was the most important for me, so hopefully this post helps bump it up in the search engine results.


Posted in Database Development, Development, SQL, SQL Server | Leave a Comment »

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