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TCP/IP utilities for networking pros (and newbies)

There’s a great article on Pluralsight blog that covers some useful TCP/IP tools to help you check the status of your network and troubleshoot or test connectivity to remote hosts. 303 more words


Mengambil Common Name dari Sertifikat OpenSSL

Catatan kecil lagi biar ga ilang:

Cara ngambil Common Name dalam sebuah sertifikat OpenSSL (how to get an OpenSSL Certificate Common Name) pake command line interface (CLI): 27 more words


Making maps in the 21st century

Getting in touch with my inner cartographer

Often times, the best way to look at a catalog of earthquakes is by plotting their locations on a map. 289 more words

New Zealand

Finding Odin

Over the weekend I gave a lot of thought about which site to use to continue learning web development. I liked Code School- I did. But I had serious questions about how good it was for me. 367 more words


What is the difference between a soft link and a hard link?

In Linux, there are two types of links that can be put on a given file, a hard link and a soft link. When a file is created it actually is a pointer to an inode. 375 more words


Using Tesseract via command line

Okay, just one last tool background post before we hit the “real” workflow I settled on.  As I touched on in an earlier post, … 639 more words