Migration Pretty Much Complete

There are always a few tweaks left to do here and there, but the migration is pretty much over. At some point in the next few hours the DNS changes will manage to reach every DNS cache on the Internet and everyone will be looking here. Thank you for your patience and sorry for any …

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So – You Think Commodity Hardware and a Free OS are Business Worthy

We may soon, for the first time, see executives go to prison for this ludicrous decision and the actions they took after. If you haven’t heard of the Equifax Inc. (EFX) data breach you haven’t turned on either a radio or a television or went to an actual news site with your browser. Business after Business …

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How Far We’ve Come – Pt. 9

I will begin this post by informing you not everything works yet. I’m including this post in the series because learning how to un-screw stuff is almost as important as learning how to do it right. In fact, it is probably more important. Configuring build environments has got to be my least favorite thing to …

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Script Kiddies and the Catastrophes They Cause

This is yet another installment of “Move Quickly and Turn Worthless Shit Into Production.” When you come up through real software development, not this worthless script kiddie shit being touted as great, but real software development, you understand there is a method to the madness. You have to do all of that documentation up front …

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The getkey Trap

This topic came up on my Jed mailing list the other day and, once again, I got in touch with my inner Bill. Your inner Bill? Yes, that cranky old man who isn’t putting up with the world around him and wants it to be his way. The older you get the easier it is …

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