The "end-to-end" encryption wave is a great thing - securing the data moving between you and the websites you visit is important. However, one of the issues that presents itself, either when companies keeping track of what you are doing in order to more efficiently sell you things (surveillance capitalism), government …read more
I've known about Tor and onions for quite a while now, but haven't really gotten a chance to dive into them until quite recently. Because I've now had a chance to dive in, I figured I should write some blog posts about what it is, what tools are out there …read more
I co-wrote a two-part series of articles on static websites with my friend and colleague, John Kenyon. And it got me thinking - how could I build a good workflow for nonprofits to maintain static sites?read more
Sorry it's been a while since I've posted - but I'm working on a posting calendar, and hope to be much more regular in my posting.
I spent quite a bit of time recently, working on trying to get data to and from NetSuite using Python. There was so little information …read more
There are a variety of ways python applications can talk to each other. APIs might be the most common way, but APIs have a fair bit of overhead - there has to be something there listening all the time. One other way is asychronous communication via a message broker.
I'd not …read more
I took a break from Drupal development for about 2 years, and decided recently (largely for practical purposes) to dive back in. I had spent many years developing websites in Drupal - I started back in 2005 using Drupal 4.7, and I have developed websites on every version since, except …read more