A coworker uses Putty to generate an SSH public/private keypair. Putty (wonderful little utility that it is) generates those files in a proprietary format / container file which must be unpacked to be usable by OpenSSH. Here's how to do that "unpacking" on Linux or OSX.
Someone asked me recently: "What's the largest project you've ever done?" The answer is easy: My year-long Node.JS capstone I wrote back when I was in school. I not-so-cleverly called it "BoomBox".
Using LetsEncrypt for wildcard SSL certs on my personal blog - yup, right here!
I was recently checking / correcting print styles on a client site, and I ran into this somewhat frustrating issue when printing from Firefox. Certain areas of the page would get cut off at the end of page 1 and never reappear on page 2. Obviously, this is not what users are looking for when they attempt to print a website.
Using Wordpress' add_filter() function to override the login message on a custom login form built with Theme My Login.