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re: How Do You Deal With Burnouts?
This.
re: The Real Facts About VPNs
Sorry but '0 logging policy' does not mean that they are no...
re: Phones Are Scary
Well, Android is open-source system. I'd also vote for Puri...
re: Mysterium Network - VPN Node Program & Survey
Waiting for BSD/Linux client....:)
re: 5 Tips for Social Media Privacy
I would like to add a few tips
re: The Deep & Dark Web
I pesonally use this setup, but I would recommend it only f...
re: The Deep & Dark Web
Much safer than Tor Browser if you disable JavaScript suppo...
re: The Deep & Dark Web
For the 'maximum security' it is not recommended to use Tor...
re: Introduction to Linux Hardening
Thanks for nice article! Some other things to mention is se...
re: Root-Me: ExploitMe – Basic Buffer Overflow
Nice article, thanks!
re: A Complete Beginner's Guide to Programming
Yep, understood. Well the main reason is that Bash has very...
re: Arduboy Rubber Ducky
Super cool, man! More articles like this one! :)
re: A Complete Beginner's Guide to Programming
Nice article, thanks. But at one thing I'm a bit confused -...
re: Android == Java but Java != Android
Yes, sorry, I have completely missed the point; I have a (b...
re: Android == Java but Java != Android
Well, you're kinda right. I still do think that there's a g...
re: Microsoft Deserves A 👍 For Open Sourcing It's Calculator on Github
Yes :)
re: Microsoft Deserves A 👍 For Open Sourcing It's Calculator on Github
Of course, it's extremely creepy. But to be honest, I would...
re: Root Me: ELF-CrackPass with NSA's Ghidra
I do not have experience with Pro version too...it's too ex...
re: Root Me: ELF-CrackPass with NSA's Ghidra
Can you compare your experience with exp. with IDA Pro (if ...
re: What’s an unpopular software opinion you have?
I won't argue with you, b/c we're all speaking from our own...
re: Root Me: ELF-CrackPass with NSA's Ghidra
Excellent, thanks for the article. I also experiment with G...
re: Stop Doing Coding Tutorials
But - to be clear - just watch the tutorial. Just to see ho...
re: Stop Doing Coding Tutorials
100% agreed. Coding by doing tutorials leads nowhere. One h...
re: What’s an unpopular software opinion you have?
For the backend? 100% agreed (and I have tried many others)...
re: What’s an unpopular software opinion you have?
Agile & Scum is total non-sense. They're counter-produc...
re: Nevertheless, Paula Coded
There's no way to stop coding if you love it. I hope you'll...
re: Efficient home office
Good tips, thanks for artice. I would add some tips on Medi...
re: What was your win this week?
Lot of commits to my Android App...apart from that I have s...
re: What was your win this week?
Now you're on a good path :)
re: 5 great online tools
transfer.sh for sending files via command-line.
re: I Can't Do It All: My Burnout Story
Thanks for sharing. Take care about your health, you have o...
re: What are some Browser plugins that you can't live without ?
Yes, of course it's not always 100% correct and you could g...
re: A simple .NET Core API design
Thanks a lot, this was very helpful! Also I'll subscribe.
re: Remote Workers: What's Your Daily Routine?
Wake up at 6 AM Start working at 6:30 AM Stop working at 7...
re: What are some Browser plugins that you can't live without ?
I have found Shodan and Wappalyzer really useful.
re: About penetration testing
Nice intro :) I do the same kind of work but only as my fre...
re: The Google "Crash Course on Machine Learning" and why YOU should do it
Thanks for article; I'll probably try it, although it is no...
re: A simple .NET Core API design
Hey, thanks for the post. I'm really interested in .NET (I ...
re: When you want to learn C in 2019
Geez, I want to do a ton of low lvl stuff in C, but I have ...
re: Using Python Functions As Classes
I don't know Abdur. I understand that you can utilize OOP p...
re: Better Null-Checking in Java
Ha, nice point, Jon, to be fair, I have to admit that I'm ...
re: What's the best source of caffeine for you? 🤔
I generally prefer coffee. But my coffee is capable to kill...
re: Question about topic
Thanks a lot, Paula, of course that your vote counts, unfor...
re: Creating of neural network using JavaScript in 7 minutes!
You got deserved star on GitHub. Very good article, nice de...
re: Better Null-Checking in Java
Nice post, mill is IMHO super useful library for Java progr...
re: The Case For Mastering a Skill Before Moving On
It's fixed, thanks a lot!
re: The Case For Mastering a Skill Before Moving On
Do you think that it would be possible to re-post content o...
re: Basics of multithreading in C
Thank god for every C-related article here (for us, who hav...
re: Blockchain technology has young features for your business needs
By the way you can basically use git for the same purpose, ...
re: Question about topic
I would probably take it more from the defensive side of se...
re: Proposal: translate your own content to your native language
Ah, sorry, I have absolutely missed it somehow out of conte...
re: The Facepalming Dev 🤦‍♂️ #1
Thanks :) Will publish it when the job will be finished.
re: Requests for posts tag
why don't we create a tag that people can use to request p...
re: The Facepalming Dev 🤦‍♂️ #1
No, ironically now it's in my private repo (it will be defi...
re: The Facepalming Dev 🤦‍♂️ #1
Haha, it happens, man :) Especially if you don't have habit...
re: A tutorial for FP starter in Scala
Do you think there will be also English version in the futu...
re: Proposal: translate your own content to your native language
That's actually not so bad idea, but as far as I know, a lo...
re: When did you stop thinking of yourself as a junior/newbie?
Propably never. There's still tooooo much to learn, so I'll...
re: Junior Android Developer looking for a remote role
Nice collection of open-source repos! Wish you best luck, I...
re: Learn How to Hack, Capture the Flag for Beginners!
I would highly recommend hackthebox.eu. Lot of free VMs and...
re: Why I think it is worth studying
Definitely agree. I regret almost every second day, that I ...
re: I dis-agree to all Google's Terms and Policy
Yes, standard corp. is usually made by a whole lot of sane ...
re: Tell me a coding confession
I sometimes have tendencies to push to origin/master...whic...
re: Tell me a coding confession
I do not do git rebase as often as I should I do not commi...
re: I dis-agree to all Google's Terms and Policy
Yep, to be clear - I'm a big fan of paying for your service...
re: Please don't commit .env
Here's a relevant article.
re: How to combine Pentest with Automation to improve your security
Nice article!
re: I dis-agree to all Google's Terms and Policy
People have tendencies to see things only black & white...
re: I dis-agree to all Google's Terms and Policy
Maybe faster but even in case of average threat modelling l...
re: I dis-agree to all Google's Terms and Policy
There is this important thing - Privacy != Security. You ca...
re: I dis-agree to all Google's Terms and Policy
In some cases there are no alternative choices providing th...
re: How to be Secure in the Cloud
Very nice post, relevant to all security engineers/devsecop...
re: Linux Distribution for web and software development
No no, just an ordinary developer & infosec guy using *...
re: What almost made you give up programming?
Low salary (compared to my corporate friends). So I've got ...
re: Linux Distribution for web and software development
Just a reminder: *BSDs exist too! :)
re: SQL Clause is coming to town!
Dear Santa, why do all my toys say made in China? I guess ...
re: Have tech perks gone too far?
Yep, this approach is probably the best one.
re: Types Of CyberCrime
Missing the (D)Dos here. Very common attack vector. Otherwi...
re: Bad Habits Developers Should Fix
Great article. I have to admit I probably have all of these...
re: Browser Based Cyber Threats
The article is focused on the Tor Browser, but discuss main...
re: Browser Based Cyber Threats
You mean Firefox ESR? Would not recommend, switch to Chrome...
re: Store Encrypted Files in Google Drive
Other then that, good article! :)
re: Store Encrypted Files in Google Drive
Do you really think that GPG is the best (from the design &...
re: the other 10% of my job is...
The other 10% is the useful part, i.e. real development :)
re: How I hate the term «Ethical Hacker» !
Haven't read the second one, thanks for tip!
re: Effective Communication Security / Beyond 'Use Signal Use Tor'
Thanks for excellent comment, Phil! In fact I am little ash...
re: What are your CLI go to commands and aliases?
function rm --description 'alias rm rm -rf' command rm ...
re: Build Android app with rust
Wow, I have never thought about building Android app in Rus...
re: Effective Communication Security / Beyond 'Use Signal Use Tor'
This is something on slightly different note, but could be ...
re: The new MacBook Pros are overpriced
What about trying some of the Linux/BSD distros? The develo...
re: The new MacBook Pros are overpriced
They are overpriced, you're absolutely right. This is the r...
re: Word Analysis with NLTK's WordNet Corpus
Nice article, thanks!
re: 5 reasons you should learn Lua
Yeah, why not? :) Btw I was joking a little - it's great to...
re: FBI, NSA and massive data collection
Yeah, I got you and you're right. Tough everything depends ...
re: Hi, I'm Navie!
Btw here are some basic security precautions for (not only...
re: 5 reasons you should learn Lua
Another reason - Nmap is written in Lua; customize your Nma...
re: FBI, NSA and massive data collection
So my advice will be, folks, use technologies like Tor as m...
re: FBI, NSA and massive data collection
The good news is they will be (same as the NSA) lost in mas...
re: FBI, NSA and massive data collection
Ok, sorry, I was probably wrongly interpreted your post.
re: FBI, NSA and massive data collection
It's not only about Article 13 (but yes, it is an important...
re: FBI, NSA and massive data collection
Also I would't mix FBI with NSA; they have different measur...
re: FBI, NSA and massive data collection
Do not mix companies like Google with government surveillan...
re: Hi, I'm Navie!
I mainly comment other's work, I'm not the blogger type and...
re: Hi, I'm Navie!
Hello Navie! I see we share the (almost) same interest - jo...
re: Let’s discuss bullying in the workplace and depression.
Can second that.
re: Pragmatic Privacy for Programmers (Part 1)
Nice article, thanks! I was missing something like it here....
re: Firefox 64 drops RSS support, thoughts?
Do I see like an adversary with proper resources? If yes, y...
re: Firefox 64 drops RSS support, thoughts?
But usually cleverly crafted XSS (which is opportunistic ki...
re: Firefox 64 drops RSS support, thoughts?
Do you understand the concept of threat modelling? Obviousl...
re: Firefox 64 drops RSS support, thoughts?
Yes, but again - Extended Support Release builds are Releas...
re: Output redirection with bash
I would just add that it should work on most POSIX shells, ...
re: Firefox 64 drops RSS support, thoughts?
Ah, I almost forgot this nice little 'feature'.
re: Firefox 64 drops RSS support, thoughts?
Case of threat modelling: Chain a series of Medium / Low v...
re: Firefox 64 drops RSS support, thoughts?
Here are some minor quirks, but in comparison to Firefox ...
re: Firefox 64 drops RSS support, thoughts?
Mozilla, the company that makes Firefox, formalized a relea...
re: Firefox 64 drops RSS support, thoughts?
Yes, Snownews (on HBSD). Would highly recommend it. I do no...
re: Functional program boundaries
Yeah, tell all the people who admire OOP like piece of gold...
re: Data Science - Does it work at all?
Nice article, thanks! I'm planning to focus more on DS and ...
re: Salaries
I know, it sucks, but at least I am motivated to work hard ...
re: Salaries
9000 Euro / year for the last year. But you know that is me...
re: Salaries
I was saying that I'm making like 6k Euro / year for the sa...
re: Vim isn't for everyone. Here is how to make it yours
Vim rocks. 10x better and faster than electron-based bloatw...
re: Salaries
Btw for the same amount of work as my Western mates & p...
re: Salaries
Nice to see that I am basically on 2012 Junior dev level in...
re: Christmas' Reading List 2018
Have a look here if you are interested in this issue. It l...
re: Why support older browsers?
Hey, I was just joking, do not do it please, it would deser...
re: Why support older browsers?
Best thing ever: Ping from time to time your competitor's w...
re: You Are Not A Software Developer
Correct. For some of us it may be a harsh reality but you a...
re: Socket programming in C : Part-1
Good article! It would be nice to see here more low level s...
re: Ruby has the kindest programming community and I have the data to prove it
Ok, these are pretty valid arguments, I take it.
re: Ruby has the kindest programming community and I have the data to prove it
Python or Ruby ? Anyway the 'educational' part should be le...
re: Study Guide for the Comet OS Book
Have you look at the Redox OS project? They basically try ...
re: Ruby has the kindest programming community and I have the data to prove it
And I have done project in both (Python and Ruby) but I hav...
re: Ruby has the kindest programming community and I have the data to prove it
This brings me to the question Why is Python more popular t...
re: Ruby has the kindest programming community and I have the data to prove it
Ruby community is absolutely amazing, I definitely agree wi...
re: 90% of my job is...
This.
re: 90% of my job is...
Honestly 90 % of my job is refactoring legacy code to the p...
re: What is a type of "overconfidence" you have observed in developers?
Yes in this case it is totally understandable as it is noth...
re: What is a type of "overconfidence" you have observed in developers?
As I said, I have understood your point. But I can also und...
re: How to Securely Store a Password in Java
Correct. Good article btw, I would probably use the Kotlin/...
re: An Idea To Build Open Source For Animal Welfare
And if you will, make sure to share the code on GitHub/GitL...
re: An Idea To Build Open Source For Animal Welfare
Excellent idea, if you will have a legal question also solv...
re: What is a type of "overconfidence" you have observed in developers?
There is also human factor. If you keep repeating version 1...
re: What is a type of "overconfidence" you have observed in developers?
In 30 minutes you'll able to give a ton of useful advice. N...
re: Language choice for newbie to start android development
You're welcome, if you'll ever need some tips for Android d...
re: A month of Flutter: upgrading to 1.0
Definitely.
re: A month of Flutter: upgrading to 1.0
Interesting framework, could replace Electron for native de...
re: Language choice for newbie to start android development
We have also some projects in Java but they are in minority...
re: Language choice for newbie to start android development
Definitely Kotlin. It is also official language for Android...
re: What are your programming goals for 2019?
That's a pretty solid goal, two great (but at the same time...
re: Learning Ruby: From Zero to Hero
Thanks! It's my second most-favorite language, definitely m...
re: What are your programming goals for 2019?
Do not die from hunger.
re: Test Driven ... Everything
Right. TDD should be considered as good standard. I admit i...
re: Bad terminal habits
Though I wouldn't recommend my mentioned alias. Still I can...
re: Bad terminal habits
I have hardcoded one. alias rm 'rm -rf' funcsave rm See, ...
re: I am a 20-year-old software developer at a broadcasting corporation, Ask Me Anything!
Understood. Thanks for comprehensive answer! If you'll ever...
re: I am a 20-year-old software developer at a broadcasting corporation, Ask Me Anything!
Actually not a bad code, nice to see that you use future ob...
re: How to deal with the event-stream vulnerability
C'mon! I'm trying to be nice on FOSS devs and you are ruini...
re: A science fiction terminal emulator 🚀
As you pointed out in another thread, this discussion would...
re: VimConf 2018 Report
Vim has its own conference O_o ?? Holy shit and I have thou...
re: fork a commentar/topic
This would be definitely good & useful feature. I'm als...
re: How to deal with the event-stream vulnerability
Paying the open-source devs maintaining your dependencies w...
re: Starting a Dev.to IRC?
My 2 cents: IRC would be pretty cool, it would make me feel...
re: A science fiction terminal emulator 🚀
You know, in this discussion, we should not fall into whata...
re: A science fiction terminal emulator 🚀
I do. Would you run arbitrary JS code in browser which is n...
re: What's Your Shell of Choice?
Fish & Zsh, both heavily customized.
re: Hello developers 🔥 I have four questions for you.
Very quickly: Clients side rendering -> Less server-si...
re: Easy Way To Backup Your Data In GNU/Linux
You're welcome :)
re: Easy Way To Backup Your Data In GNU/Linux
You should use ssh-keygen -t rsa -b 4096, as 2048 bits for ...
re: Teaching Functional Programming: Two Big Picture Approaches
One of the best introduction articles to FP I have read, Ed...
re: Which programming language/environment is more “powerful” than people realize?
Haskell.
re: A science fiction terminal emulator 🚀
It has been actively exploited in security-oriented messagi...
re: A science fiction terminal emulator 🚀
Really, Ben? It will be exploited once - and you have XSS.....
re: A science fiction terminal emulator 🚀
People & devs should really get rid off Electron everyw...
re: writing quick and dirty scripts using bash
"The company I work at has a mix of languages in use among ...
re: NPM... we all knew this would happen eventually
This. This has always been issue, it does not matter if we'...
re: writing quick and dirty scripts using bash
I genuinely admire how you DevOps people have nerves from s...
re: What do you need to learn Golang
Nice thing about Go is that it is really simple and it does...
re: What makes companies switch from SVN to Git?
I can answer you the question 'What makes companies switch ...
re: Security Sprint: The new Internet
It's not ready for deployment (yet!) but their cryptographi...
re: Security Sprint: The new Internet
Have a look at Project MaidSafe ( Official pages ), it co...
re: I'm a security auditor and researcher, Ask Me Anything!
I would highly recommend to go through other Shawn's reposi...
re: I'm a security auditor and researcher, Ask Me Anything!
Ah, I forgot second question - if you use Debian, do you us...
re: I'm a security auditor and researcher, Ask Me Anything!
I see you bio, and I have to admit that we have same intere...
re: 3 Little Known But Useful Vim Tips
Cool tips, thanks!
re: What are your favourite podcasts?
I would highly recommend TechSNAP to everyone.
re: What are your favourite podcasts?
Joe Rogan is great, though I sometimes ask myself why he in...
re: 4 Killer Features To Make Your App Reach The Stars
Nice and inspirational article, Jerica!
re: A Hypothetical Case of a Phishing Attack
Here I think about the importance of 2FA on every important...
re: Map, Filter, Reduce vs For Loops (syntax)
Hmmm...probably correct. I have not thought about it in thi...
re: Thinking of junior developer
Welcome to our community. Believe in yourself (but be humbl...
re: Map, Filter, Reduce vs For Loops (syntax)
I still fight with this (though in Kotlin, not JavaScript)....
re: Do you care about your privacy? Maybe it is time to set up your own Dropbox.
I would also recommend Git-Annex instead of DropBox (I use ...
re: Which Messaging app do you prefer?
Though Signal Desktop (Electron-based) won't run on FreeBSD...
re: Which Messaging app do you prefer?
Signal & Wire. Top notch crypto & run on most platf...
re: Keynote Highlights of CodeOne - The Future of Java is at Present
100% agree.
re: Keynote Highlights of CodeOne - The Future of Java is at Present
I strongly believe that future of Java development is switc...
re: 4 tips for increasing your programming productivity
Atom, VSCode and these Electron-based editors are IMO bloat...
re: How would you deploy a simple web application to a single VM?
blog.jessfraz.com/post/you-might-n...
re: How would you deploy a simple web application to a single VM?
No docker, no vagrant, no goddamn Kubernetes or any other b...
re: Password manager recommendations?
Pass is also kinda cool (passwordstore.org/). Synchronized ...
re: 4 tips for increasing your programming productivity
Very good article. Bonus point for Vim as editor of choice ...
re: so how do we approach developers without causing offence?
Yes, that happens a lot, especially if you are good (i.e. k...
re: so how do we approach developers without causing offence?
LinkedIn/E-mail. If you are polite, everything is OK. But y...
re: I am also an art historian. Ask Me Anything!
Great & complex answer, thanks a lot! Hope you enjoy yo...
re: Is Angular dead ?
Angular is not dead. It's just so complex and hard to grasp...
re: I am also an art historian. Ask Me Anything!
Do you see some specific skills that you have learned which...
re: What I'm Grateful for as a Developer
Nice article Lindsey :) ! I especially like the part how yo...
re: Top 43 Programming Languages: When and How to Use Them
AFAIK Kotlin does not compile to JavaScript, but to Java-by...
re: Are we Developers helping Google to build an unstoppable monopoly?
Short answer: I'm afraid that yes, Sarthak. And we're helpi...
re: Fantastic Passwords and how to generate them
Sometimes you need password not only for web pages/services...
re: Faster code editing in Visual Studio Code
To be fair I don't know either - I have only experience wit...
re: Faster code editing in Visual Studio Code
I don't know; to me it seems that all these Electron-based ...
re: The 2 ways to learn how to code
The trick is to mix these two approaches in mix that works ...
re: Fantastic Passwords and how to generate them
I'd prefer 1Password, but it is not free (i.e. gratis).
re: Fantastic Passwords and how to generate them
Yes, that's why I always have encrypted pw database back-up...
re: Fantastic Passwords and how to generate them
Hmm, what about password managers? They'll generate passwor...
re: What's your sense of "duty" to your team?
Well, I do not feel sense of 'duty', it's just matter of ex...
re: Protect your data with WarShield
Really nice job! Finally something lightweight to replace m...
re: Favourite albums to listen to while coding
No music, pure silence. But maybe it will evolve with time.
re: Is College Worth It?
Well, if you live in a civilized country with good social s...
re: What’s a concept you understand now, but took you forever to grasp?
This.
re: Why is your preferred programming language your go-to?
I have also experimented with it and enjoyed it quite a lot...
re: Why is your preferred programming language your go-to?
I know PureScript, I have seen a lot of talks about it, but...
re: Why is the software industry so competitive?
One word: Capitalism.
re: Why is your preferred programming language your go-to?
Ruby is my second go-to language right after Kotlin (I do p...
re: Why is your preferred programming language your go-to?
I would recommend you Elm language if you like Haskell. Pur...
re: Why is your preferred programming language your go-to?
Kotlin because it's general purpose and is so elegant. Pyth...
re: CLI Love Inside ❤️
Fantastic article, thank you for inspiration!
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