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Windows

Tracking your home directory in Git Part 2

4 minute read

In Part 1 we created a repo to store our home directory and set it up on our first machine. That would be great if all we want to do is keep track of histori...

Tracking your home directory in Git Part 1

5 minute read

One of the most annoying things about working with multiple workstations is keeping your various settings and configurations in sync. This is even more annoy...

Stop Windows from Prompting to Format Disks

3 minute read

If you’re the type of person who works a lot with removable disks not formatted as FAT, exFAT, or NTFS on Windows, you’ve probably come close to wiping out ...

Use a Yubikey remotely over RDP

2 minute read

Two factor authentication is great, but what about when you primarily do your work on a virtual desktop or need to sign in to a U2F application remotely? Luc...

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Git

Tracking your home directory in Git Part 2

4 minute read

In Part 1 we created a repo to store our home directory and set it up on our first machine. That would be great if all we want to do is keep track of histori...

Tracking your home directory in Git Part 1

5 minute read

One of the most annoying things about working with multiple workstations is keeping your various settings and configurations in sync. This is even more annoy...

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Linux

Tracking your home directory in Git Part 2

4 minute read

In Part 1 we created a repo to store our home directory and set it up on our first machine. That would be great if all we want to do is keep track of histori...

Tracking your home directory in Git Part 1

5 minute read

One of the most annoying things about working with multiple workstations is keeping your various settings and configurations in sync. This is even more annoy...

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Yubikey

Use a Yubikey remotely over RDP

2 minute read

Two factor authentication is great, but what about when you primarily do your work on a virtual desktop or need to sign in to a U2F application remotely? Luc...

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2FA

Use a Yubikey remotely over RDP

2 minute read

Two factor authentication is great, but what about when you primarily do your work on a virtual desktop or need to sign in to a U2F application remotely? Luc...

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RDP

Use a Yubikey remotely over RDP

2 minute read

Two factor authentication is great, but what about when you primarily do your work on a virtual desktop or need to sign in to a U2F application remotely? Luc...

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Training

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Documentation

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Truecrypt

Stop Windows from Prompting to Format Disks

3 minute read

If you’re the type of person who works a lot with removable disks not formatted as FAT, exFAT, or NTFS on Windows, you’ve probably come close to wiping out ...

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Veracrypt

Stop Windows from Prompting to Format Disks

3 minute read

If you’re the type of person who works a lot with removable disks not formatted as FAT, exFAT, or NTFS on Windows, you’ve probably come close to wiping out ...

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Jekyll

Jekyll on App Engine with CI/CD

10 minute read

Jekyll sites can be configured to run on Google App Engine and be built automatically using Google Cloud Build. Since Jekyll sites are entirely static files ...

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Google Cloud Platform

Jekyll on App Engine with CI/CD

10 minute read

Jekyll sites can be configured to run on Google App Engine and be built automatically using Google Cloud Build. Since Jekyll sites are entirely static files ...

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App Engine

Jekyll on App Engine with CI/CD

10 minute read

Jekyll sites can be configured to run on Google App Engine and be built automatically using Google Cloud Build. Since Jekyll sites are entirely static files ...

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Cloud Build

Jekyll on App Engine with CI/CD

10 minute read

Jekyll sites can be configured to run on Google App Engine and be built automatically using Google Cloud Build. Since Jekyll sites are entirely static files ...

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CI/CD

Jekyll on App Engine with CI/CD

10 minute read

Jekyll sites can be configured to run on Google App Engine and be built automatically using Google Cloud Build. Since Jekyll sites are entirely static files ...

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Active Directory

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