Rereading Cliff Stoll’s Cuckoo’s Egg and now I am always double checking emacs is up to date.

Sad to be missing this year. I will make next year for sure

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Still some of the best advice for programmers:

Don't be clever. Be obvious.

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#sysadmin rule #13:

Every choice you make is wrong. Especially the ones where you had no choice.

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Go Modules in 2019 - The Go Blog blog.golang.org/modules2019 YES. FUCK YES. THIS IS THE SHIT RIGHT HERE. Go modules and an official index is going to make things wayyyyyyyyyyyyy better for future Go hackers >:D

Hashicorp Nomad is the cats pajamas. It’s simple and elegant. Really liking it so far.

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Doom was released 25 years ago today. It was about 2.39 MB, the size of an average webpage today. News sites average closer to 8 MB.

Please shotgun the javascript demons and make more efficient & accessible websites.

I picked up pimbook.org/ over the weekend. Looking forward to expanding my knowledge! First chapter is on the site and got me interested.

Any cool Thanksgiving weekend projects going on?

Absolute 3rd edition arrived just in time to play with it over the weekend! Thanks @mwlucas

Well 2 months later and I'm still really happy with my Galago Pro

strikes again! Hard boiled eggs in less than 10 minutes. Fantastic

If you're looking on sharpening your programming skills using all kinds of security related challenges, check out runcode.ninja/
I've used it as a great way to sharpen my

Tore down BSD jail of Plex so I would be motivated to "do a proper build" in a VM or container. Months later I'm reinstalling the jail because it just works. Laziness prevails

I did a quick walk-through the hacking room at . Tried to get a visual inventory for some of the projects the Hybrid Group put together. github.com/hybridgroup/gopherc

This year's was fantastic. I feel my batteries recharged, and happy to hang with @edlitmus and @alrs and many more . I've got a list of projects to check out, and plenty of new reading ahead of me.

Today I learned in August of last year added the ability to use arguments in FROM statements: docs.docker.com/engine/referen
This is fantastic and I no longer need to create templates of Dockerfiles and generate them before working.

I'm excited to see where this instance goes!

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