It’s a great idea to use specific ssh-key key pairs per service (or per repository even). Even if your keys are compromised, they don’t allow your attacker to access any other services. Unfortunately, these services often assume you’ll use the default key pair (id_rsa).
If you're using Testify, getting test coverage over your AWS Go SDK integration code can be really hard. I'll show my (somewhat unconventional) strategy to cover ALL the code paths in your application.
Knowing how to write and retrieve commit messages can make refactoring and debugging much easier. Here's my advice on using commit messages for maximum impact.
Istanbul is perhaps the best test coverage tool for NodeJS, but it's tough to figure out how to get started. This post explains how to get it setup.
Handlebars is a DSL builder in disguise tempting you to create an undebuggable mess.
It's painful to watch startup after startup brand themselves the "email killer." This post is the real story of how to kill email.
Although I love working in Iron, there's still a lot of libraries that need to be written. Here's a few that come to mind.
I'm officially unveiling DefaultErrors.rs, a piece of Middleware for IronFramework which provides custom error pages.
A comparison of the top content delivery networks for web content in 2014 with my recommendations. I'll be focusing on the needs for encryption and static html content.
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