A test I wrote 1.5 years ago just saved us from embarrassment and helped me quickly hone in on a problem I accidentally introduced along with a new feature.
I do a lot of work with Landmark Worldwide (take courses, assist with courses as Presentation Manager and as future Course Supervisor). The most powerful aspect of our work has to do with Integrity. This post includes Course Leader statement on Integrity and related articles and papers. This is a reference filing (meaning: resources I’ve gathered and organized, not created).
I allow my sons to use my Windows 10 laptop, but they are having a hard time controlling their usage. Here is a quick way to completely disable an account so that it does not show up on the login screen – with the added benefit of being able to bring it back when you wish.
net user thing1 /active:no
To enable the account, set active to yes.
Looking through the Vaccine Ingredient Calculator (VaxCalc) user registration logs this morning, I noticed something strange. Yesterday, we had a good number of signups, yet all the non-confirmed email addresses are from Yahoo email user accounts. Why?
I found a very good article on how to do add SSL via Lets Encrypt to WordPress running in Amazon Lightsail. You can also use this if you’re using EC2. (Should the article ever disappear, it is archived here.)
If you sit for a minute or two and just listen to your thoughts… what’s on your mind?
For me, I woke up thinking about Swish-ELK and wanting to see some progress on it. It’s been bugging me all morning. (A diagram of what Swish-ELK is can be seen at the very bottom of this email.)
In this example, we will use VirtualBox 5.1.x VMs to image a customized Windows 10 machine using DISM, and then apply the image to a new VM and bare-metal.
Autovist’s worker process started producing hundreds of Heroku R14 “memory quota exceeded” errors:
But we haven’t added any new jobs recently. What’s going on?