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Troy Hunt - Here's What I'm Telling US Congress about Data Breaches
As I explained in that first blog post, I'm required to submit a written testimony 48 hours in advance of the event. That testimony is now publicly accessible and reproduced below.
blog  article  security  Programming 
november 2017 by dustinvenegas
Why I’m deleting my Twitter account | Read the Tea Leaves
When I first got on the Internet back in the 90’s, it felt like a cool underground rock concert. Later on, it seemed like a vast public library, maybe with a nice skate park nearby. Today it feels more like a shopping mall. The transition happened so gradually that I barely noticed it.
social  culture  article 
november 2017 by dustinvenegas
Selenium: 7 Things You Need To Know - Lucidchart
Selenium can be one of the most powerful tools in the QA Engineers’ arsenal. Unfortunately, it can be time consuming to write, a nightmare to maintain, and it can produce way too many false negatives. At Lucid Software, that is where our suite was in the middle of 2014. via Pocket
web  testing  article 
july 2015 by dustinvenegas
Stop Paying For SSL Certificates You Don't Need | Tinfoil Security
Securing your stack with a SSL/TLS doesn't have to be costly or time consuming. There are two sides to TLS: Public Key Infrastructure (PKI) and Public Key/Asymmetric Cryptography. via Pocket
article  certificate  web 
july 2015 by dustinvenegas
Top 10 Mistakes Node.js Developers Make
Node.js has seen an important growth in the past years, with big companies such as Walmart or PayPal adopting it. More and more people are picking up Node and publishing modules to NPM at such a pace that exceeds other languages. via Pocket
node.js  article 
july 2015 by dustinvenegas
Stylized fact - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
In social sciences, especially economics, a stylized fact is a simplified presentation of an empirical finding.[1] A stylized fact is often a broad generalization that summarizes some complicated statistical calculations, which although essentially true may have inaccuracies in the detail. via Pocket
july 2015 by dustinvenegas
MSDN Blogs - Registration is Now Open to Publish on PowerShell Gallery
We are excited to announce that, as of today, the PowerShell Gallery will accept registration from any users who wish to publish PowerShell modules and share their work with the world. via Pocket
PowerShell  article 
july 2015 by dustinvenegas
I also heard React.js was good and recently spent some time playing with it. Now that I'm pretty comfortable with React, I decided to write yet another tutorial on this subject. Before I begin, I'd like to clarify who the target audience is. via Pocket
javascript  react  tutorial  article 
july 2015 by dustinvenegas
4.12: Mother Earth Mother Board
The hacker tourist ventures forth across the wide and wondrous meatspace of three continents, chronicling the laying of the longest wire on Earth. via Pocket
article  history  internet  technology  WebClassic 
june 2015 by dustinvenegas
Docker, Mesos, Marathon, and the End of Pets - Factual Blog
The pets vs cattle metaphor is not a new one, and with apologies to my vegan friends, not mine, but bears briefly repeating. Essentially, ssh-ing into a machine, configuring it just so, and naming it after something cute or an erudite allusion — that’s a pet. via Pocket
docker  devops  article 
june 2015 by dustinvenegas
Programming Sucks
Every friend I have with a job that involves picking up something heavier than a laptop more than twice a week eventually finds a way to slip something like this into conversation: "Bro,1[1] you don't work hard. I just worked a 4700-hour week digging a tunnel under Mordor with a screwdriver." via Pocket
Programming  article  culture  humor 
june 2015 by dustinvenegas
Kitchen Soap – Learning from Failure at Etsy
(This was originally posted on Code As Craft, Etsy’s engineering blog. I’m re-posting it here because it still resonates strongly as I prepare to teach a ‘postmortem facilitator’s course internally at Etsy. COE Correction or Errors RCA Root Cause Analysis Postmortem
article  Programming  career  advice  culture 
june 2015 by dustinvenegas
LazyWinAdmin: PowerShell - ConvertFrom-String and the TemplateFile parameter
This cmdlets supports two types of modes: Basic Delimited Parsing (See yesterday's post) and the Auto-Generated Example-Driven Parsing which I will cover in this post. This Auto-Generated Example-Driven Parsing mode is based on the FlashExtract research work in Microsoft Research... via Pocket
PowerShell  article 
june 2015 by dustinvenegas
Vagrant with Windows Support! | Sex, drugs and sausage rolls
In a previous article we explored a convoluted way to allow Vagrant to manage windows guest machines. As pointed out by a comment, Vagrant new version (1.6+) has native windows guest support, which means that most of the steps are not needed. Let’s quickly explore this new feature. via Pocket
vagrant  Windows  article 
may 2015 by dustinvenegas
BoxBoy: The Kotaku Review
I recently told the staff of Kotaku that I would happily buy each of them a copy of BoxBoy. I like it that much and think it’s that useful for them to play. I’d offer to buy you a copy, too, but that would be ridiculous. BoxBoy is special. It’s a clinic on game design. via Pocket
video  game  article 
may 2015 by dustinvenegas

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