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re: How to set up a fresh Ubuntu desktop using only dotfiles and bash scripts
Defintely. :-)
re: How to set up a fresh Ubuntu desktop using only dotfiles and bash scripts
That is a very interesting post. Thank you for writing it. ...
re: How to write Bash one-liners for cloning and managing GitHub and GitLab repositories
Very interesting. I made something similar for Bitbucket : ...
re: macOS encrypted folder
That is interesting indeed. To have it on all my devices (...
re: Memory leak, redirect loop, deadlock, XSS, CSRF, XEE, ..., understanding bugs by using too buggy web application
Oh that is brilliant. I'll test it soon. :-)
re: What Are The Highest Paying Software Developer Jobs & How Can I Land One?
I didn't start reading that post expecting to have a discus...
re: Memory leak, redirect loop, deadlock, XSS, CSRF, XEE, ..., understanding bugs by using too buggy web application
That is very interesting. I am using a lot of on-purpose vu...
re: How a Side Project Helped Me Double My Salary
That is a very interesting comment. How to deal with toddle...
re: How to Setup Multiple Ssh Keys for Multiple Github/Bitbucket accounts.
Definitely right. Nevertheless, for the purpose of that pos...
re: How to Setup Multiple Ssh Keys for Multiple Github/Bitbucket accounts.
Very interesting, one of my next article is to manage multi...
re: How to Setup Multiple Ssh Keys for Multiple Github/Bitbucket accounts.
Yes, I am sure that it would be very legit and doesn't do a...
re: How to Setup Multiple Ssh Keys for Multiple Github/Bitbucket accounts.
It is indeed not mandatory. But I prefer to do it. So that...
re: How to Setup Multiple Ssh Keys for Multiple Github/Bitbucket accounts.
Thank you for that. ❤️
re: How to Setup Multiple Ssh Keys for Multiple Github/Bitbucket accounts.
Same as Hazael. And I don't use the same key because from t...
re: How to Setup Multiple Ssh Keys for Multiple Github/Bitbucket accounts.
That is nice. Nevertheless, I am not sure if I would let a ...
re: What are your best tips for writing technical blog posts?
From time to time, I am writing for the future me and actua...
re: Do you use GUI for git on Linux? Which one?
Hi, I am using Gitkraken on Linux because it is very relia...
re: Do you use Docker or Virtualenv for Python?
If the goal is only to play your software against a specifi...
re: Configure a beautiful terminal on Unix with Zsh
Heavy user of Zsh myself, I really love it. Didn't know abo...
re: Keeping your GitHub code secure
Yubikeys are indeed one of the easiest way to put 2FA to yo...
re: Keeping your GitHub code secure
Yes, there is a good article on dev.to that shows how you c...
re: Keeping your GitHub code secure
That is a very good article. Thanks for sharing. I am alre...
re: A Humility Training Exercise for Technical Interviewers
That is a very interesting method. I do particularly love :...
re: The Git Rebase Workflow
Thank you for sharing that link. That is indeed very intere...
re: I love writing scripts to solve small problems
I love writing small scripts (shell or python) to automate ...
re: 🔥 🤩 My Fucking Awesome Dev Setup 🤩 🔥
That's a good article. I like Ubuntu Budgie as I find it ve...
re: Password manager recommendations?
I looked at Buttercup since the beginning of the project. I...
re: Your powerful dev computer is your weakness.
I totally agree on the fact that In addition, my experien...
re: Your powerful dev computer is your weakness.
I totally on the fact that In addition, my experience cle...
re: Containerize your Go application with Docker
That is a very interesting post. I have developed something...
re: Is Ubuntu Or Fedora A Better Distro For Programmers?
I am using Ubuntu (Budgie) because it simply works indeed. ...
re: What’s your Computer Environment?
I am using Ubuntu Budgie on a HP Spectre 360 for my personn...
re: The Git Rebase Workflow
Thanks for sharing. 👍
re: The Git Rebase Workflow
Interesting. :-D
re: A New Age: Finding Non-Tech Remote Jobs
I liked reading your article. Thank you for gathering all t...
re: An Intro On HTTP Security
That is a very interesting post. I am always looking for go...
re: AWS Summit Recap: What's new for Lambda, Cloudformation and more
Nice article, that puts some things into perspective. I att...
re: 60 Java and Spring Interview Questions You Must Know
That is an interesting article. I am planning to do somethi...
re: Vue and GraphQL with Hasura video course
Woowww. That is a huge work. Just read this article. But I ...
re: Facebook stored hundreds of millions of passwords in plaintext
A very useful website that you can use is : haveibeenpwned...
re: Want to Speak at Conferences? I'll Help Review Your CFP Submissions
Thanks for the advice. It's true indeed to first "practice"...
re: Security Headers to use on your webserver
I'm so happy that you love it. And that it would of some he...
re: Want to Speak at Conferences? I'll Help Review Your CFP Submissions
Thank you for that. I would love to speak at some event and...
re: Who is hiring? (As of February 2019)
J'adorerais. :-D Mais il ne semble pas y avoir de jobs en S...
re: Facebook stored hundreds of millions of passwords in plaintext
Actually, I wrote a post about setting up your own Dropbox ...
re: Who is hiring? (As of February 2019)
Looks like a very nice job. And I didn't know that Autodesk...
re: Increasing Productivity by Reducing Tools
That is indeed something that you have to think about. The ...
re: Facebook stored hundreds of millions of passwords in plaintext
Hence the benefit to use a Password Manager. I should defin...
re: Nevertheless, Paula Coded
I would definitely move to see more girls involved in the s...
re: Awesome List of Developer Podcasts
Thanks for sharing that. I love developper Podcasts. But I ...
re: Day 21: Swift macOS password manager for people who hate the cloud
That is a very good start and a pretty good work in just 20...
re: Any contribution to Open Source is valuable
That is a very good story. My first Open source contributio...
re: I'm a security auditor and researcher, Ask Me Anything!
Hi Beatriz, If I can share my experience on that as well, ...
re: I'm a security auditor and researcher, Ask Me Anything!
Hi Paula, That is interesting. I would love to understand...
re: I'm a security auditor and researcher, Ask Me Anything!
Hi Pavel, The Meltdown/Spectre vulnerability are a pretty ...
re: I'm a security auditor and researcher, Ask Me Anything!
Hi Heddi, I would recommend to follow sec people on Twitte...
re: I'm a security auditor and researcher, Ask Me Anything!
Hi Jack, I am a security engineer as well. I would recomme...
re: Who is hiring? (As of November 2018)
Orange | Security Engineer/Analyst | Paris (France) | Onsit...
re: Which Linux Notebook do you recommend?
Good to know that Ubuntu is working on the Blade Stealth.
re: Which Linux Notebook do you recommend?
My best bet on that is the HP Spectre 13'' I am using it fo...
re: Store Passwords With KeePass
I am doing something similar. As I got Syncthing enabled on...
re: Offensive security on an Android app
Thanks for pointing out the badly linked "mitmproxy". Solve...
re: Offensive security on an Android app
Yes, I used TruffleHog (among others) to search for secrets...
re: Android Devices Being Shipped with TCP Port 5555 Enabled
That is not exact. You have root rights if the user is not ...
re: I reported a security vulnerability. Now what?
Isn't that company on a Bug Bounty? Is there a security par...
re: Understanding Android Debug Bridge
Hi Subbu, That is a very informative article about the Andr...
re: OWASP - Who?
I am always very happy to see someone explaining about what...
re: Fun and lightweight golang image tool
I would definitely come back to you after a few tries if i ...
re: Unlock more dev.to features
These I guess : That's bull... Don't be soooo ingenious......
re: Managing Your Python Project with Git and PyBuilder
I wanted to package my python application for a long time b...
re: Fun and lightweight golang image tool
That is very useful. I am going to use this for watermarkin...
re: Do you care about your privacy? Maybe it is time to set up your own Dropbox.
Yes, but as it proprietary code, I prefer to just move from...
re: A coffee-break introduction to time complexity of algorithms
Hi Vicky, thanks for that article. I always had a hard time...
re: Do you care about your privacy? Maybe it is time to set up your own Dropbox.
Yes, love the NextCloudPi options. Ownyourbits makes a real...
re: Why I switched to Linux and what I'm using Today
According to me, VSCode without any Plugins is indeed an ed...
re: Why I switched to Linux and what I'm using Today
Don't let Office bring you out of Linux. Some great alterna...
re: Why I switched to Linux and what I'm using Today
A NAS would be a good solution. Push all your data to the N...
re: Why I switched to Linux and what I'm using Today
I definitely use VSCode as my main IDE for Python and Go. A...
re: Why I switched to Linux and what I'm using Today
Your title brings me to that article. I was very interested...
re: Three Steps For Increasing The Security of Your Web Apps
Great. I love that one "When a breech or security issue hap...
re: What is DevSecOps?
Very good article about DevSecOps. I am working on this top...
re: Building a Desktop App with Vue: Electron
Excellent article. I read it very quickly but that would a ...
re: How to Manage the TOC of Articles on dev.to?
Thanks for the question and the answer. I didn't know that ...
re: GoLang School IS LIVE
That sounds great. I am going to give it a Go ;-) as soon a...
re: This is how HTTPS works
That is a very good article. It is definitely worth a read ...
re: GitHub Extensions to Boost Your Productivity
Love Gitkraken as well as it solves my multi platform lapto...
re: Install Groovy with ZSH (plus automation in Jira & Confluence)
Bitbucket.org
re: Best Open Source Tools For Developers 🛠
A big thank you for Marktext. So I get to know mermaid and ...
re: Install Groovy with ZSH (plus automation in Jira & Confluence)
Thanks, I would love to know more about what we can do to a...
re: Gist Interview - Programming questions simulator
Very good program. I would have a look at it and talk about...
re: An introduction to Ulauncher Extension Development
A massive thank you for that post. It is very well document...
re: Choosing a Linux distro
Yes, you should have a look at Solus. I installed on my com...
re: Set up your Android app for Offensive Security
I am very happy to hear that. It is avery wide area but it ...
re: Why you should share on dev.to (or anywhere else) what you know or just learn.
I don't know CSS at all. So I would be happy to have a very...
re: Do you use the Pomodoro Technique?
That is what I have in my .bash_aliases file indeed. ;-)
re: Security Tips for a PHP Application
Yes, and you can't imagine how many website are vulnerable ...
re: Learning Code While Working a Full Time Job
Great story. Keep up the good work. And you can be assured ...
re: What are your guiding principles in software development?
That is indeed a good approach but as I had experimented in...
re: Do you use the Pomodoro Technique?
Excellent.
re: I'm Go Backend developer and love it, Ask Me Anything!
To add something to my previous comment, I can point anyone...
re: Repository-Specific Ignored Files in Git
I didn't know that one, that is interesting indeed.
re: I'm Go Backend developer and love it, Ask Me Anything!
Its concurrency implementation makes it very easy to write ...
re: I'm Go Backend developer and love it, Ask Me Anything!
Goroutines are the Go implementation of concurrency. And yo...
re: Offensive security on an Android app
Thanks for your reply. That means a lot to me and I am hap...
re: How To Uniquify Your PowerShell Console
Very interesting. I didn't know that you could customize Po...
re: My Terminal Setup: iTerm2 + Zsh 🔥
From that article, I changed my terminal and moved from a p...
re: I just got a Raspberry Pi 3. What can I do with it?
Does the plex server works properly? I installed it on the ...
re: I just got a Raspberry Pi 3. What can I do with it?
If you have a RaspberryPi, the very first thing you should ...
re: Processing Text with Linux Shell - Part 1
Good guide. I love using sed for modifying text. It is very...
re: Welcome Thread - v14
Hi everyone, I came here from a tweet and looked at the to...
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