In this video series, I try to challenge myself with the Advent of Code trials. Each solution will be published to Github, and I hope you will learn something from my coding mistakes and perhaps send some code my way on how you have done these challenges. I know by reading code, so this is such an exciting thing for me.
We are looking into the vulnrability of Log4J version 2 and how to mitigate the exploit. We also look at the differences of version 1 and version 2 of Log4J
We look into a Travis CI configuration file in order to test Android projects. Github Repository https://ift.tt/2HPsM3T Please follow me on twitter Tweets by kalaspuffar Outro music: Sanaas Scylla
We will talk about what HacktoberFest is and how to contribute. The HacktoberFest 2021 is a really good way to get into open source, boost your CV and help out your fellow programmers.
We will look into Ceph Dokan which is a new library and command-line client in order to mount your Ceph cluster to a drive letter in Windows 10. Ceph Dokan still very much in beta but it can pretty easily be installed and mounted using some Windows voodoo.
We will discuss how to contribute and be a good citizen of a open source community. We talk about guidelines and licenses. We also look into code style and pull requests. Please follow me on twitter Tweets by kalaspuffar Music: purple-planet.com Outro music: Sanaas Scylla
Are you curious about how programming languages work? In this video, we explore the RosettaCode website and showcase a variety of coding tasks and examples in different programming languages. By examining real-world code, you’ll gain insights into the unique features and best practices of each language. Plus, we walk through some coding examples to demonstrate…