How our non-profit works openly to make education accessible
Feb19

How our non-profit works openly to make education accessible

I’m lucky to work with a team of impressive students at Duke University who are leaders in their classrooms and beyond. As members of CSbyUs, a non-profit and student-run organization based at Duke, we connect university students to middle school students, mostly from title I schools across North Carolina’s Research Triangle Park. Our mission is to fuel future change agents from under-resourced learning environments by...

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What Is Credential Stuffing?

What happens to all those emails and passwords that get leaked? They’re frequently used to try to break into users’ other accounts across the internet.

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Get started and organized with TiddlyWiki
Feb18

Get started and organized with TiddlyWiki

When you think of the word wiki, chances are the first thing that comes to mind is Wikipedia. That’s not a surprise, considering that Wikipedia did help put the concept of the wiki into the popular consciousness. Wikis, which are websites you can edit, are great tools for collaborating and organizing. But wikis usually require a lot of digital plumbing and a bit of care to use and maintain. All of that’s overkill for...

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Building manylinux Python wheels
Feb18

Building manylinux Python wheels

There are many operating systems built on the GNU/Linux code base; these are known as “distributions.” Users fondly (or sometimes not so fondly) talk about “distro wars”: loud arguments, usually on the internet, about which distribution is best. read...

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Emoji-Log: A new way to write Git commit messages
Feb18

Emoji-Log: A new way to write Git commit messages

I’m a full-time open source developer—or, as I like to call it, an 🎩 open sourcerer. I’ve been working with open source software for over a decade and built hundreds of open source software applications. read...

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