I have written an encrypted pastebin for text and images called npaste. This post goes through the recent changes in the VSCode plugin for npaste.
The way to get started is to quit talking and begin doing. – Walt Disney For the last ten years, I’ve been working as an employed developer. If you have a look at my CV, you’ll see that more than nine of these years have been spent at a local company called iBooking. Since February … Continue reading
Last week and especially last weekend, we had some really nice weather. We decided to spend most of the time outside on various adventures, most of them including bathing. Here are a few photos from the trips.
If you’re a WordPress backend developer and don’t use wp shell, you must continue reading. I have this imaginary plugin that is used to fetch some data from a third-party service and store every item as a post of a custom post type. Now I need to figure out how something deep down in this … Continue reading
I happen to know some of the people involved with the app Myworkout GO. On their website, they claim the following: Do more than one 4×4 workout sessions per week to increase your cardiac capacity by +0,5% per week. and If you do two a week you’ll keep the health of a 20 year-old until … Continue reading
At work, I often need to share secrets and other important information with my colleagues. We use Slack to communicate with each other, and that’s good enough for the most part. Now and then, we share secret stuff. Like, top secret. There are many paste bins on the internet that we could use, but I … Continue reading
Last week was a bit hectic, just like this week has been. So the update from the previous week is in a bit late, but here it is! I didn’t manage to run three times last week. The weather suddenly got really great, so I ended up spending most of my free time together with … Continue reading
Let’s say you have a couple of Docker containers that run your favorite applications. You’d like to deploy these to some random server on the interwebs, so you lock down your Ubuntu server using the default UFW firewall, launch your containers and start using your applications. You run ufw status to make sure that everything’s … Continue reading
There exists this quite interesting parable that, in one of the many versions of it, goes like this: A group of blind men heard that a strange animal, called an elephant, had been brought to the town, but none of them were aware of its shape and form. Out of curiosity, they said: “We must … Continue reading
During the first week of Project Running, I ended up at an average pace of 6:13/km. My goal for the second week was first and foremost to complete three runs of at least three kilometers each, but in addition to that I had a bonus goal of increasing the average pace by 5%. Just like … Continue reading