Hey there. My name is Marius Voila curently I live in London, United Kingdom. I’m a Anime lover and since 4 years a go I started to really enjoy photography and bicycling. If you want to send me a gift and don’t know what you can have a peak at my wishlist and get inspired (I prefer original present ideas but if you don’t wanna risk you can use the list :-) ).

I’m a Linux sysadmin with over 14 years of experience, and doing DevOps before I even knew DevOps was a thing. I’m specialising in deployments, Cloud Computing (AWS, Rackspace, Azure, OpenStack), load balancing, scaling and performance tuning, as well as developing disaster-recovery best practices such as backups and restorations, firewalls, and server security audits.

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If you think that you got something interesting to share, feel free to get in touch with me via Email

On the other hand if you have a strong wish to sell Viagra or Cialis at discount prices you should most definitely contact spam@mariusv.com and I’ll thank you for your prosper business.

Also, I’m very interested hearing about your 4 billion dollar fortune stuck in some Bank located in Kongo or Nigeria and how awful is the life of some Ghanian princess after her father’s death, in either case again please do not hesitate to contact spam@mariusv.com.

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About This Site

This is my personal blog, giving me a place to talk about my interests, blow off steam, and have some fun.

The color scheme for the site is based on the popular Zenburn colors which I prefer for my coding environments. It’s easy to look at for long periods of time, and works surprisingly well for a blog.

The site is hosted on Amazon, and using Debian.

The entire website is written in Vim and uses Markdown syntax, manage its code with git, and generate the site with Jekyll. The source code for the site is freely available.

The site’s design was inspired by similar blogs setup up by Tate Johnson, Raoul Felix, Jason Graham and Jack Moffitt.

The opinions expressed herein are my own personal opinions and do not represent my employer’s view in any way. This blog is not responsible for externally hosted material, including linked articles, photos or any other media.