Why I started my own home lab

If you had asked me just one year ago what a home lab was, I would tell you that I never was too great at chemistry.

Today, I have turned my AT&T router into a dumb modem and have a customized WiFi network capable of powering a small business, broadcasting 3 SSID’s simultaneously with minimal channel interference. My download speeds are higher than they’ve ever been. Providing the backbone to all of my services is a decommissioned corporate-grade rack server with more RAM than any of the devices I have owned put together and more cores than my two laptops combined.

My motivation

Why does someone learn the piano by playing songs that have already been written and performed?

There’s more than one pianist in the world, and they all had to start somewhere.

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