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Emacs Tips 3
A journal about computing, human predilections, and random krakaboom.
emacs  tip  4*  lisp 
april 2017 by ianweatherhogg
2016 Guide to User Data Security | Inversoft
Secure your servers and your applications to prevent hackers from accessing your user data.
linux  server  security  tip  5* 
august 2016 by ianweatherhogg
vasanthk/git-tips-and-tricks: Git Cheatsheet with Tips and Tricks
git-tips-and-tricks - Git Cheatsheet with Tips and Tricks
git  tip 
june 2016 by ianweatherhogg
Secure Secure Shell
You attempted to reach stribika.github.io, but instead you actually reached a server identifying itself as a shape shifter humanoid reptile alien. This may be caused by a misconfiguration on the server or something more serious. An attacker on your network could be trying to get you to visit a fake (and definitely harmful) version of stribika.github.io. You should not proceed.
ssh  tip  4* 
april 2016 by ianweatherhogg
thiagopnts/ffmpeg-recipes
Contribute to ffmpeg-recipes development by creating an account on GitHub.
ffmpeg  tip 
january 2016 by ianweatherhogg
7 Tips to Speed up Your Terminal Workflow

If you’re anything like me, you probably spend most of your time in the terminal doing all stuff related to...
term  work  flow  tip 
october 2015 by ianweatherhogg
10 Common C++ Problems and Mistakes for Developers to Avoid | Toptal
C++ is a general purpose programming language that offers great flexibility when it comes to system programming and application development. The language, however, comes with some pitfalls requiring attention from developers to ensure quality programming.

In this article, Toptal engineer Vatroslav Bodrozic discusses ten common mistakes that C++ developers make and strategies for avoiding them.
cpp  tip 
september 2015 by ianweatherhogg
First Aid git
Quickly find the answers and commands
to the most frequently asked git related issues.
git  tip 
may 2015 by ianweatherhogg
Picking Patterns: 3s in 4 — Six String Recess
Playing small patterns within scale shapes up and down the fretboard is a
great way to improve your ear, chops and fretboard knowledge. It also gives
you some good building-blocks for scalar licks. You can make these as
face-melting or mild as you like depending on style. In this lesson we’re
going to play with rhythm and timing to come up with something more
interesting than the typical music conservatory exercises.
guitar  tip 
march 2015 by ianweatherhogg
Archive - AlBlue’s Blog
Archive 2014 EclipseCon Europe and book codes
Oct 31 2014 posted in 2014, conference, eclipse, eclipsecon Swift - enums
Oct 18 2014 posted in 2014, …
blogs  swift  eclipse  plugin  java  git  tip 
december 2014 by ianweatherhogg
Security | Twitter Developers
Introduction

A successful Twitter application is likely to get some attention. Most of that attention will be good: users singing your praises, other developers complimenting your programming chops. Some of that attention, though, might be negative. As Twitter has increased in popularity, the Twitter ecosystem has become a more visible target for malicious hackers. Some are out to spread spam and malware, while others may just be spreading mayhem for fun. Whatever their motives, y...
web  security  tip 
november 2014 by ianweatherhogg
Speed up Internet access in Vagrant boxes · Alex Bilbie
This afternoon I've been playing with the Facebook API in a Vagrant box but requests to the API were immensely slow.

The following request would take 5.5221911907196s inside Vagrant:

But on my rMBP the same request took just 0.16792297363281s.

After a bit of Googling around I found that you can tell Virtualbox (through the Vagrantfile) to use the host as the DNS resolver:

After a quick vagrant reload the request took just 0.15842008590698s
vagrant  network  optimization  benchmark  tip 
november 2014 by ianweatherhogg
Versioning of Your Code and API - No F*cking Idea
People that deal with evolving applications in ‘the wild’ are often hit with quite a tricky question. How do you version your api and the …
api  version  tip 
june 2014 by ianweatherhogg
Deep into Python
A collection of the not-so-obvious parts of the Python language, tricks, and common pitfalls.
python  language  5*  tip 
may 2014 by ianweatherhogg
Navigating the Linux Kernel - Made of Bugs
In response to my query last time, ezyang asked for any
tips or tricks I have for finding my way around the Linux kernel. I'm
not sure I have …
linux  kernel  git  hacking  tip  work  flow  session  4* 
may 2014 by ianweatherhogg
Blog Archive - Emacs Redux
Blog Archive 2014 which-function-mode
Apr 05 2014 posted in Utilities A peek at Emacs 24.4: Variadic Numeric Comparison Functions
Mar 22 2014 posted …
blogs  emacs  tip 
april 2014 by ianweatherhogg
AWS Tips I Wish I'd Known Before I Started | Notes | W(e)blinks
A collection of random tips for Amazon Web Services (AWS) that I wish I'd been told a few years ago, based on what I've learned by building and deploying various applications on AWS.
amazon  cloud  security  deployment  resource  4*  tip 
february 2014 by ianweatherhogg
Git tips from the trenches
Get better at git with some pro tips. Learn these tricks and rock your daily vcs routine! git learn git git tips git howto git branch git diff
git  3*  tip 
february 2014 by ianweatherhogg
Aarvik | aarvik.dk
The tech side - I enjoy Open Source, beautifully designed/programmed systems, and general IT. Beyond this i enjoy aesthetics in all its dimensions. Examples is based on the Linux-distribution Debian.
blogs  linux  command  monitor  tool  tip 
january 2014 by ianweatherhogg
Top 10 Unix Command Line Utilities 2013 | conflating
Exploring and learning in the dazzling array of fascintating software technologies
linux  command  bash  5*  tip 
january 2014 by ianweatherhogg
UNIX, Bi-Grams, Tri-Grams, and Topic Modeling | gibrown
I've built up a list of UNIX commands over the years for doing basic text analysis on written language. I've built this list from a number of sources (Jim Martin's NLP class, StackOverflow, web searches), but haven't seen it much in one place. With these commands I can analyze everything from log files to user…
linux  bash  tip 
january 2014 by ianweatherhogg
Colors in CSS
I write stuff about front-end development especially HTML5 and CSS3.
css  three  colour  5*  sass  tip 
may 2013 by ianweatherhogg
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