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Vue.js vs. React, or - please stop the bikeshed

Tuesday, April 10, 2018
A note: views expressed here are mine and mine only. In no way this represents Infinum, but it does affect the way I teach at Infinum Academy. I take great pride in that. If you don’t agree with me - that’s fine and I would like to hear you out. Tweet at me, or email me :). The end goal is to help people. Intro The JavaScript community is very diverse and divided.

Security with Yubikey and GPG

Wednesday, January 17, 2018
I gave a talk about using GnuPG and Yubikey in day to day developer and personal life. You can fetch the slides or get an accessible plaintext file. If you were following the discussion we had about signing other people keys with Yubikey and Stanko saying that’s not possible - we were later able to verify and confirm that it is indeed possible! Stanko made the cognisant decision to move only the subkey to the device and thus making signing with the smartcard impossible.

Bye 2017

Tuesday, January 2, 2018
Let me just start by saying that 2017. was a very good year for me, both personally and professionally. I made a bunch of connections, learned a bunch of stuff, and had a lot of fun. Working at Infinum This was truly a year to be working with Infinum - we grew so much since I joined. If you go and look at people page you’ll see that I’m not on the end of the list anymore and it’s only been two years.

Quick guide to GnuPG

Saturday, September 2, 2017
Point of this document is to get you up and running. We will explain the basics of how PGP works, setup on MacOS/*nix systems, encrypting/decrypting data, and the process of signing and verifying messages. Please note that once this document is more than a year old you will need to recheck all of the things mentioned here. Last edited: 09/02/2017 Setup There are a few ways you can setup PGP on your computer, some will include a wider set of tools, and others will cover only the basics.