Time Management with Trello

I have been using Trello to manage my time, tasks and projects for several months now and it’s the most satisfied I’ve been with any particular tool to date. It’s simple. It’s easy. It’s generic enough to use for almost anything. Throughout my time using Trello, I’ve developed a framework to implement the processes that […]

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Well that was fast!

Not even 24 hours after moving iSight Disabler over to GitHub, the repository has already been cloned twice and received its first pull request. It took me longer to get around to merging the request then that time between creating the repo and the pull request! I realize that two clones and one pull request […]

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Regular Change Windows

I am a proponent of change management (CM). I value the function, even if I sometimes despise the bureaucracy found in typical implementations. At $work, we follow fairly well established CM process. It’s not perfect and it has bureaucratic elements but it’s well understood and mostly respected. Regular thinking about process improvement has led to […]

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Lync/Skype for Business Message Limit

Maximum frustration alert! Lync (Skype for Business) has a maximum message size limit for instant messages: The limit cannot be configuredĀ and has a bizarre maximum of 800 characters for the first message and 8000 characters for subsequent messages to the same recipient. What? Why? How? Confusion and frustration ensues. I actually enjoy using Lync but […]

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World’s Worst POODLE Scanner for HTTPS

Behold, the world’s worst POODLE scanner for HTTPS services: #!/bin/bash   subnets="192.168.0.0/16 10.0.0.0/8"   for subnet in $subnets; do echo -e "########## SCANNING $subnet ##########\n" https_servers=`nmap -sS -P0 -n -p 443 -oG – $subnet | grep open | awk ‘{print $2}’` echo "TCP/443 found open on:" echo -e "$https_servers\n" echo "Scanning for SSLv3…" for https_srv […]

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