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Eclecti.ca » Security http://eclecti.ca Like The Internet...but smaller Thu, 08 May 2014 18:30:58 +0000 en-US hourly 1 http://wordpress.org/?v=3.9 M3talinks for Jul 27th http://eclecti.ca/m3talinks-for-jul-27th/ http://eclecti.ca/m3talinks-for-jul-27th/#comments Wed, 28 Jul 2010 15:00:00 +0000 http://eclecti.ca/2010/07/m3talinks-for-jul-27th/ Today’s M3talinks for Jul 27th

  • Terri Oda: About Terri – Who am I?<br />
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    In no particular order:<br />
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    * I'm a geek.<br />
    * I'm a Canadian.<br />
    * I'm a software developer.<br />
    * I'm a editor.<br />
    * I'm a muscian.<br />
    * I'm a bookworm.<br />
    * I'm an artist.<br />
    * I'm a hacker.<br />
    * I'm a cyclist.<br />
    * I'm a mailing-list maintainer.<br />
    * I'm an environmentalist.<br />
    * I'm a leader.<br />
    * I'm a naturalist.<br />
    * I'm a scientist.<br />
    * I'm a sysadmin.<br />
    * I'm a student.<br />
    * I'm whatever I feel like being. It's great to be free.
  • Stubbornella » Blog Archive » Woman in technology – Usually I avoid topics like women in technology because (1) it is a can of worms, and (2) I can really only speak for myself. For the most part, I’d rather be seen as a person in technology than a woman, but this weekend the twitterverse erupted with opinions about Google sponsoring female students to attend JSConf. As a woman who is often the only-woman-in-the-room, I want people to know it isn’t always easy. I was a bit shocked by the blatant failure to empathize.
  • How to import certificates into certificate stores (ColdFusion) – For secure connections to remote servers over SSL, all current versions of ColdFusion require the remote system's SSL certificate to exist in ColdFusion's certificate truststore. This includes any calls from <cfdocument>, <cfhttp>, <cfldap>, etc. The default truststore is the JRE's cacerts file. This file is typically located in the following places:
  • SEOmoz | The Web Developer’s SEO Cheat Sheet – When I first started at SEOmoz about 9 months ago, I was the web development intern. My experience prior to the internship was limited entirely to writing code. Since then, I have spent literally hundreds of hours expanding my knowledge into different areas. Specifically, I have focused on accepted SEO techniques and small business practices. My beginner SEO checklists of the last few weeks have been the tangible result of my newly acquired knowledge. In an effort to return to my roots, I spent the majority of the day compiling what I believe to be the mother of all technical SEO cheat sheets. The recommended viewing format of this cheat sheet is as a PDF rather than the traditional blog post (I found the blog posts inconvenient to print). Let me know if this new format works better for all of you. I also included snippets below so you can see what is on the cheat sheet before you download it. Enjoy!
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linkHive For Feb 3rd http://eclecti.ca/linkhive-for-feb-3rd/ http://eclecti.ca/linkhive-for-feb-3rd/#comments Thu, 04 Feb 2010 15:00:00 +0000 http://eclecti.ca/2010/02/linkhive-for-feb-3rd/ Here are the newest links to join the linkHiveFeb 3rd

  • Coding Horror: Separating Programming Sheep from Non-Programming Goats – [[This is very interesting - I haven't read the paper yet...but I'm looking forward to it]] A bunch of people have linked to this academic paper, which proposes a way to separate programming sheep from non-programming goats in computer science classes– long before the students have ever touched a program or a programming language:
  • 83POx.gif (GIF Image, 640×480 pixels) – [[This animated gif walks through a hilariously horrifying security hole in Windows' Login. Looks to be circa Windows NT...]]
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