Month: July 2016

7-26-2016 Security/Dev Reading

7-26-2016 What I’ve been reading this morning -> Security, Python, Linux, and general technology New attack that cripples HTTPS crypto works on Macs, Windows, and Linux This was an interesting one, I’ll be checking out the two things I didn’t recognize in this article today, Web Proxy Auto Discovery Protocol and Proxy Auto Config.  I keep hearing that HTTPS isn’t… Read more →

Codebase review ideas

I read this in my Feedly feed today, an article about perusing and reviewing codebases, and that’s something I’m going to set aside some time for every week.  This quote confirmed something I’d been wondering about for a while, since it seems like there’s always something else, or something new to be learning and using: “But if you go out… Read more →

Episode 5: The One About Superheroes

“Don’t forget to drain the sausage water!” TOP 5 VIDEO GAME SONGS/SOUNDTRACKS: Ian: 1. Wesley Willis – I Whopped Batman’s Ass 2. The Ramones – Spiderman theme 3. Paul McCartney & Wings – Magneto & Titanium Man 4. Suicide – Ghost Rider 5. They Might Be Giants – Particle Man Mike: 1. Tenacious D – Spiderman (live) 2. Link Wray – Batman… Read more →

Colorful Turtles podcast – Episode 4: Video Games and Stuff, pt. 1

“Finland is like the Japan of Europe.” – Ian TOP 5 VIDEO GAME SONGS/SOUNDTRACKS: Ian: 1. Top Gear – Title Music (SNES) 2. Star Control – Hyperspace Music (3DO) 3. Final Fantasy 9 – Oeilevert 4. Hotline Miami – Miami 5. Batman (NES) Mike: 1. DOOM (e1m1) 2. Tetris (Gameboy) 3. Mega Man X (SNES) 4. Super Metroid (SNES) 5. Super Mario Kart (SNES) Atratzu: 1.… Read more →