Installing and managing your local machine via homebrew can be a daunting process for some. One minute all is well in the neighborhood, and the next moment—complete disaster. The disaster strikes when trying to set things up for the project you are going to work on the following morning. Hopefully, this blog post will be of use for some, as it may reduce some headaches when setting up your environment.
Today marked the day where I am took my first steps to expanding my horizons through learning the Python language. A couple of weeks ago, during a meeting at work, a few other developers and I discussed plans to design and develop a new CRM for the company.
Today at work I got a task from a client regarding Email Obfuscation. Obviously
we all come across scenarios where we need to better secure our sites for our
clients. But what about emails? It is common for a random bot to eventually
crawl to our sites and pull all
<a href="mailto:email@example.com">firstname.lastname@example.org</a> tags
from our code and then add the emails to some job queue to spam the f*** out of
I’ve heard the saying before:
“If I wasn’t a programmer I would be a writer.”