Monthly notes 36

Holiday season is soon here and it’s good to take a short break from work and maybe learn or code some new things while relaxing and enjoying the winter time outside. Here’s the monthly notes for December. Happy holidays!

Issue 36, 21.12.2018

Tips

How to Exclude an App From Dark Mode in macOS Mojave
“You can enable the old dark menu bar and dock look, you can also selectively exclude individual apps from dark mode.”

Learning

Tips of ppl who want to learn
ReaktorNow Development Discussion campaign shared some insights in the field of software engineering. “Always keep learning and expanding your skills, and remember to step out of your comfort zone.”

Beyond Cryptocurrencies
Intro to crypto talk at the a16z summit. (from @ljxie)

A novice’s guide to learning to code with CS50
“CS50 is the best learning experience I have ever had in my life.” Over 12 weeks you get two hour lecture to watch and a problem set for you to complete each week. Start with Scratch, continue on C and move to Python plus HTML, CSS, SQL, JavaScript, JQuery and JSON. (from @walokra)

Security

Taking Down an Insider Threat
Excellent story about pentesting from the inside. And of great digital forensics and incident response team and meticulously implemented security practices.

OWASP AppSec EU 2018 presentations
Presentations from OWASP AppSec EU 2018 are available from Youtube.

Software development

Everything about distributed systems is terrible
Hillel Wayne 38 minutes talk at Code Mesh LDN 18 titled “Everything about distributed systems is terrible” talks about TLA+, formal specification system designed by Leslie Lamport. The claim is that you can find bugs in your (distributed) system by model checking that could be practically impossible to find with testing or in production.

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