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almere

Almere City Run 2014

2 minute read

Tomorrow will mark my 1 year anniversary with running. I started running after I saw a group of colleagues finish the 7km in a business run for the Almere C...

aoc

Advent of Code in Go: #15

2 minute read

In this series I explore the Advent of Code, or AoC for short, with the Go programming language. Every day, as real life permits, I will be solving a puzzle ...

Advent of Code in Go: #14

3 minute read

In this series I explore the Advent of Code, or AoC for short, with the Go programming language. Every day, as real life permits, I will be solving a puzzle ...

Advent of Code in Go: #13

3 minute read

In this series I explore the Advent of Code, or AoC for short, with the Go programming language. Every day, as real life permits, I will be solving a puzzle ...

Advent of Code in Go: #12

2 minute read

In this series I explore the Advent of Code, or AoC for short, with the Go programming language. Every day, as real life permits, I will be solving a puzzle ...

Advent of Code in Go: #11

3 minute read

In this series I explore the Advent of Code, or AoC for short, with the Go programming language. Every day, as real life permits, I will be solving a puzzle ...

Advent of Code in Go: #10

4 minute read

In this series I explore the Advent of Code, or AoC for short, with the Go programming language. Every day, as real life permits, I will be solving a puzzle ...

Advent of Code in Go: #9

4 minute read

In this series I explore the Advent of Code, or AoC for short, with the Go programming language. Every day, as real life permits, I will be solving a puzzle ...

Advent of Code in Go: #8

4 minute read

In this series I explore the Advent of Code, or AoC for short, with the Go programming language. Every day, as real life permits, I will be solving a puzzle ...

Advent of Code in Go: #7

3 minute read

In this series I explore the Advent of Code, or AoC for short, with the Go programming language. Every day, as real life permits, I will be solving a puzzle ...

Advent of Code in Go: #6

4 minute read

In this series I explore the Advent of Code, or AoC for short, with the Go programming language. Every day, as real life permits, I will be solving a puzzle ...

Advent of Code in Go: #5

2 minute read

In this series I explore the Advent of Code, or AoC for short, with the Go programming language. Every day, as real life permits, I will be solving a puzzle ...

Advent of Code in Go: #4

1 minute read

In this series I explore the Advent of Code, or AoC for short, with the Go programming language. Every day, as real life permits, I will be solving a puzzle ...

Advent of Code in Go: #3

1 minute read

In this series I explore the Advent of Code, or AoC for short, with the Go programming language. Every day, as real life permits, I will be solving a puzzle ...

Advent of Code in Go: #2

6 minute read

In this series I explore the Advent of Code, or AoC for short, with the Go programming language. Every day, as real life permits, I will be solving a puzzle ...

Advent of Code in Go: #1

6 minute read

December is here again! That means that this years’ Advent of Code has started. This year I am taking the opportunity to learn Go to solve the puzzles.

articles

blog

Lein Instant Cheatsheet

less than 1 minute read

I found the most amazing leiningen plugin today; lein-instant-cheatsheet. When you run lein instant-cheatsheet it scans your project file and creates the doc...

Installing GNU Emacs

1 minute read

On Mac OS X it is just a breeze to install GNU Emacs, either the stable or the development version.

Stuff Learned From Threesixfive

1 minute read

I wrote a small application called threesixfive which generates my 365 gallery from my Instagram account. As with all development activities I learned some n...

A new theme for GNU Emacs

less than 1 minute read

I have ported the space gray theme for XCode to GNU Emacs. It provides a soothing grey theme that is soft on the eyes and has great readability in light and ...

Deploying subdirectories to Heroku

1 minute read

Heroku is a great way to deploy and test your application in a real-life scenario. The elegance of Heroku is that it fits into a development workflow by depl...

Happy Numbers

2 minute read

Over at Hacker News an article was posted called Embarrassing code I wrote under stress at a job interview. In it the author describes some code he wrote whi...

ClojureScript and Figwheel

less than 1 minute read

Last week I wrote about Clojure and I posted a video about fighweel. After the post a talk by the original author was posted from the Clojure/West Conference...

Clojure

1 minute read

For a side project I started using Clojure. This is an experiment in functional programming with a Lisp syntax. The great thing about clojure is that it runs...

Erlang OAuth2, an implementation

1 minute read

In the previous 2 articles (here and here) I wrote about the implementation of JWT in the OAuth2 library. Today I want to talk about the actual code needed t...

Erlang OAuth2, Architecture

3 minute read

In my previous post I explained the steps I am taking to bring JWT to the OAuth2 library that I have forked for this development. In this post I will take a ...

Erlang OAuth2, Implementing JWT

5 minute read

The Erlang eco system is slowly becoming more mature. For a project I am working on I require something that does not exist yet, an OAuth2 server which has s...

book

clojure

Lein Instant Cheatsheet

less than 1 minute read

I found the most amazing leiningen plugin today; lein-instant-cheatsheet. When you run lein instant-cheatsheet it scans your project file and creates the doc...

Stuff Learned From Threesixfive

1 minute read

I wrote a small application called threesixfive which generates my 365 gallery from my Instagram account. As with all development activities I learned some n...

Happy Numbers

2 minute read

Over at Hacker News an article was posted called Embarrassing code I wrote under stress at a job interview. In it the author describes some code he wrote whi...

ClojureScript and Figwheel

less than 1 minute read

Last week I wrote about Clojure and I posted a video about fighweel. After the post a talk by the original author was posted from the Clojure/West Conference...

Clojure

1 minute read

For a side project I started using Clojure. This is an experiment in functional programming with a Lisp syntax. The great thing about clojure is that it runs...

code

Advent of Code in Go: #15

2 minute read

In this series I explore the Advent of Code, or AoC for short, with the Go programming language. Every day, as real life permits, I will be solving a puzzle ...

Advent of Code in Go: #14

3 minute read

In this series I explore the Advent of Code, or AoC for short, with the Go programming language. Every day, as real life permits, I will be solving a puzzle ...

Advent of Code in Go: #13

3 minute read

In this series I explore the Advent of Code, or AoC for short, with the Go programming language. Every day, as real life permits, I will be solving a puzzle ...

Advent of Code in Go: #12

2 minute read

In this series I explore the Advent of Code, or AoC for short, with the Go programming language. Every day, as real life permits, I will be solving a puzzle ...

Advent of Code in Go: #11

3 minute read

In this series I explore the Advent of Code, or AoC for short, with the Go programming language. Every day, as real life permits, I will be solving a puzzle ...

Advent of Code in Go: #10

4 minute read

In this series I explore the Advent of Code, or AoC for short, with the Go programming language. Every day, as real life permits, I will be solving a puzzle ...

Advent of Code in Go: #9

4 minute read

In this series I explore the Advent of Code, or AoC for short, with the Go programming language. Every day, as real life permits, I will be solving a puzzle ...

Advent of Code in Go: #8

4 minute read

In this series I explore the Advent of Code, or AoC for short, with the Go programming language. Every day, as real life permits, I will be solving a puzzle ...

Advent of Code in Go: #7

3 minute read

In this series I explore the Advent of Code, or AoC for short, with the Go programming language. Every day, as real life permits, I will be solving a puzzle ...

Advent of Code in Go: #6

4 minute read

In this series I explore the Advent of Code, or AoC for short, with the Go programming language. Every day, as real life permits, I will be solving a puzzle ...

Advent of Code in Go: #5

2 minute read

In this series I explore the Advent of Code, or AoC for short, with the Go programming language. Every day, as real life permits, I will be solving a puzzle ...

Advent of Code in Go: #4

1 minute read

In this series I explore the Advent of Code, or AoC for short, with the Go programming language. Every day, as real life permits, I will be solving a puzzle ...

Advent of Code in Go: #3

1 minute read

In this series I explore the Advent of Code, or AoC for short, with the Go programming language. Every day, as real life permits, I will be solving a puzzle ...

Advent of Code in Go: #2

6 minute read

In this series I explore the Advent of Code, or AoC for short, with the Go programming language. Every day, as real life permits, I will be solving a puzzle ...

Advent of Code in Go: #1

6 minute read

December is here again! That means that this years’ Advent of Code has started. This year I am taking the opportunity to learn Go to solve the puzzles.

A new theme for GNU Emacs

less than 1 minute read

I have ported the space gray theme for XCode to GNU Emacs. It provides a soothing grey theme that is soft on the eyes and has great readability in light and ...

Deploying subdirectories to Heroku

1 minute read

Heroku is a great way to deploy and test your application in a real-life scenario. The elegance of Heroku is that it fits into a development workflow by depl...

Happy Numbers

2 minute read

Over at Hacker News an article was posted called Embarrassing code I wrote under stress at a job interview. In it the author describes some code he wrote whi...

ClojureScript and Figwheel

less than 1 minute read

Last week I wrote about Clojure and I posted a video about fighweel. After the post a talk by the original author was posted from the Clojure/West Conference...

Clojure

1 minute read

For a side project I started using Clojure. This is an experiment in functional programming with a Lisp syntax. The great thing about clojure is that it runs...

Erlang OAuth2, an implementation

1 minute read

In the previous 2 articles (here and here) I wrote about the implementation of JWT in the OAuth2 library. Today I want to talk about the actual code needed t...

Erlang OAuth2, Architecture

3 minute read

In my previous post I explained the steps I am taking to bring JWT to the OAuth2 library that I have forked for this development. In this post I will take a ...

Erlang OAuth2, Implementing JWT

5 minute read

The Erlang eco system is slowly becoming more mature. For a project I am working on I require something that does not exist yet, an OAuth2 server which has s...

Serving images from a servlet

less than 1 minute read

In a web application I needed to serve images from a directory outside of the web application. I wanted to keep the application as unaware of the environment...

Gaining some perspective in Emacs

2 minute read

A clean desk is a clean mind. If you are like me and do a lot of work inside of Emacs you will have a buffer list that is quite large. Pressing C-x b will sh...

Building Emacs for Mac OS X

2 minute read

On December 23rd Stefan Monnier announced that the trunk, on which GNU Emacs is developed, has been frozen. This means that no new features will be added unt...

Source code as a programming font

1 minute read

Adobe released their Source Code Pro font to the public back in 2012. This font is very kind to the eyes of a programmer and might be something you would lik...

JSONP with Jersey 2.0

1 minute read

As you build an API that is to be used by many parties you cannot escape the need for JSONP. JSONP is necessary when you need to provide cross domain support...

crashplan

dvwa

emacs

Patching a vulnerable Emacs on Arch Linux

1 minute read

With the recent security vulnerability in GNU Emacs, versions prior to (and including) 25.2, you might want update your Emacs. Currently the Emacs package in...

Emacs discoverability

1 minute read

Emacs is a wonderful piece of technology. It is extensible and after you use it for a while it becomes unique to you, the user. It basically becomes an exten...

Installing GNU Emacs

1 minute read

On Mac OS X it is just a breeze to install GNU Emacs, either the stable or the development version.

A new theme for GNU Emacs

less than 1 minute read

I have ported the space gray theme for XCode to GNU Emacs. It provides a soothing grey theme that is soft on the eyes and has great readability in light and ...

Multi-file Editing for LaTeX in Emacs

1 minute read

When I edit large research papers in LaTeX it tends to become a quite large file with lots of distractions. Things like package statements, settings and othe...

Gaining some perspective in Emacs

2 minute read

A clean desk is a clean mind. If you are like me and do a lot of work inside of Emacs you will have a buffer list that is quite large. Pressing C-x b will sh...

Building Emacs for Mac OS X

2 minute read

On December 23rd Stefan Monnier announced that the trunk, on which GNU Emacs is developed, has been frozen. This means that no new features will be added unt...

Source code as a programming font

1 minute read

Adobe released their Source Code Pro font to the public back in 2012. This font is very kind to the eyes of a programmer and might be something you would lik...

erlang

Erlang OAuth2, an implementation

1 minute read

In the previous 2 articles (here and here) I wrote about the implementation of JWT in the OAuth2 library. Today I want to talk about the actual code needed t...

Erlang OAuth2, Architecture

3 minute read

In my previous post I explained the steps I am taking to bring JWT to the OAuth2 library that I have forked for this development. In this post I will take a ...

Erlang OAuth2, Implementing JWT

5 minute read

The Erlang eco system is slowly becoming more mature. For a project I am working on I require something that does not exist yet, an OAuth2 server which has s...

fitness

fonts

Source code as a programming font

1 minute read

Adobe released their Source Code Pro font to the public back in 2012. This font is very kind to the eyes of a programmer and might be something you would lik...

freeletics

gadgets

Raspberry PI & Sitecom N150 wifi adapter

2 minute read

For my birthday I received a Raspberry PI. This is a low cost, small form computer that you can use for a lot of things. You can even send it to space if you...

garmin

The new Garmin Express

1 minute read

Yesterday Garmin switched over their website to the new look and feel. They announced that a major revamp was coming at the last CES conference and this is t...

go

Advent of Code in Go: #15

2 minute read

In this series I explore the Advent of Code, or AoC for short, with the Go programming language. Every day, as real life permits, I will be solving a puzzle ...

Advent of Code in Go: #14

3 minute read

In this series I explore the Advent of Code, or AoC for short, with the Go programming language. Every day, as real life permits, I will be solving a puzzle ...

Advent of Code in Go: #13

3 minute read

In this series I explore the Advent of Code, or AoC for short, with the Go programming language. Every day, as real life permits, I will be solving a puzzle ...

Advent of Code in Go: #12

2 minute read

In this series I explore the Advent of Code, or AoC for short, with the Go programming language. Every day, as real life permits, I will be solving a puzzle ...

Advent of Code in Go: #11

3 minute read

In this series I explore the Advent of Code, or AoC for short, with the Go programming language. Every day, as real life permits, I will be solving a puzzle ...

Advent of Code in Go: #10

4 minute read

In this series I explore the Advent of Code, or AoC for short, with the Go programming language. Every day, as real life permits, I will be solving a puzzle ...

Advent of Code in Go: #9

4 minute read

In this series I explore the Advent of Code, or AoC for short, with the Go programming language. Every day, as real life permits, I will be solving a puzzle ...

Advent of Code in Go: #8

4 minute read

In this series I explore the Advent of Code, or AoC for short, with the Go programming language. Every day, as real life permits, I will be solving a puzzle ...

Advent of Code in Go: #7

3 minute read

In this series I explore the Advent of Code, or AoC for short, with the Go programming language. Every day, as real life permits, I will be solving a puzzle ...

Advent of Code in Go: #6

4 minute read

In this series I explore the Advent of Code, or AoC for short, with the Go programming language. Every day, as real life permits, I will be solving a puzzle ...

Advent of Code in Go: #5

2 minute read

In this series I explore the Advent of Code, or AoC for short, with the Go programming language. Every day, as real life permits, I will be solving a puzzle ...

Advent of Code in Go: #4

1 minute read

In this series I explore the Advent of Code, or AoC for short, with the Go programming language. Every day, as real life permits, I will be solving a puzzle ...

Advent of Code in Go: #3

1 minute read

In this series I explore the Advent of Code, or AoC for short, with the Go programming language. Every day, as real life permits, I will be solving a puzzle ...

Advent of Code in Go: #2

6 minute read

In this series I explore the Advent of Code, or AoC for short, with the Go programming language. Every day, as real life permits, I will be solving a puzzle ...

Advent of Code in Go: #1

6 minute read

December is here again! That means that this years’ Advent of Code has started. This year I am taking the opportunity to learn Go to solve the puzzles.

gtk

infosec

Enabling U2F in Firefox

1 minute read

I highly encourage everybody to use two factor authentication whenever possible. I myself even use a hardware key when I can. I chose to buy a Yubikey by Yub...

Starting the year in security

2 minute read

Welcome to 2018! I hope you had a great new year. First, lets talk about the major security thing of this week. Next I will give a quick update on what I am ...

java

Serving images from a servlet

less than 1 minute read

In a web application I needed to serve images from a directory outside of the web application. I wanted to keep the application as unaware of the environment...

Adding the MySQL driver to JBoss AS 7

1 minute read

One problem we face when developing applications, especially web applications, is the separation of application and configuration. Application servers help u...

JSONP with Jersey 2.0

1 minute read

As you build an API that is to be used by many parties you cannot escape the need for JSONP. JSONP is necessary when you need to provide cross domain support...

jboss

Adding the MySQL driver to JBoss AS 7

1 minute read

One problem we face when developing applications, especially web applications, is the separation of application and configuration. Application servers help u...

jersey

JSONP with Jersey 2.0

1 minute read

As you build an API that is to be used by many parties you cannot escape the need for JSONP. JSONP is necessary when you need to provide cross domain support...

jquery

JSONP with Jersey 2.0

1 minute read

As you build an API that is to be used by many parties you cannot escape the need for JSONP. JSONP is necessary when you need to provide cross domain support...

jsonp

JSONP with Jersey 2.0

1 minute read

As you build an API that is to be used by many parties you cannot escape the need for JSONP. JSONP is necessary when you need to provide cross domain support...

latex

Multi-file Editing for LaTeX in Emacs

1 minute read

When I edit large research papers in LaTeX it tends to become a quite large file with lots of distractions. Things like package statements, settings and othe...

linux

Linux Mint: purging old kernels

1 minute read

After running several updates today I received the ominous message that my /boot partition was 100% full. The first time I ran into this problem on Linux Min...

Raspberry PI & Sitecom N150 wifi adapter

2 minute read

For my birthday I received a Raspberry PI. This is a low cost, small form computer that you can use for a lot of things. You can even send it to space if you...

macosx

Source code as a programming font

1 minute read

Adobe released their Source Code Pro font to the public back in 2012. This font is very kind to the eyes of a programmer and might be something you would lik...

marathon

mysql

Adding the MySQL driver to JBoss AS 7

1 minute read

One problem we face when developing applications, especially web applications, is the separation of application and configuration. Application servers help u...

oscp

The OSCP exam: PASSED!

6 minute read

After 200 hours of studying over a period of 90 days I finally took the OSCP exam and passed on my 1st attempt!

Week 13: The hunt for OSCP

1 minute read

I started with the PWK course to go for my OSCP. This series documents my progress. I hope to give some insight into the brutal proces and examn that goes in...

Week 12: The hunt for OSCP

1 minute read

I started with the PWK course to go for my OSCP. This series documents my progress. I hope to give some insight into the brutal proces and examn that goes in...

Week 11: The hunt for OSCP

3 minute read

I started with the PWK course to go for my OSCP. This series documents my progress. I hope to give some insight into the brutal proces and examn that goes in...

Week 10: The hunt for OSCP

1 minute read

I started with the PWK course to go for my OSCP. This series documents my progress. I hope to give some insight into the brutal proces and examn that goes in...

Week 9: The hunt for OSCP

4 minute read

I started with the PWK course to go for my OSCP. This series documents my progress. I hope to give some insight into the brutal proces and examn that goes in...

Week 8: The hunt for OSCP

3 minute read

I started with the PWK course to go for my OSCP. This series documents my progress. I hope to give some insight into the brutal proces and examn that goes in...

Week 7: The hunt for OSCP

4 minute read

I started with the PWK course to go for my OSCP. This series documents my progress. I hope to give some insight into the brutal proces and examn that goes in...

Week 6: The hunt for OSCP

5 minute read

I started with the PWK course to go for my OSCP. This series documents my progress. I hope to give some insight into the brutal proces and examn that goes in...

Week 5: The hunt for OSCP

4 minute read

I started with the PWK course to go for my OSCP. This series documents my progress. I hope to give some insight into the brutal proces and examn that goes in...

Week 4: The hunt for OSCP

2 minute read

I started with the PWK course to go for my OSCP. This series documents my progress. I hope to give some insight into brutal proces and examn that goes into o...

Week 3: The hunt for OSCP

2 minute read

I started with the PWK course to go for my OSCP. This series documents my progress. I hope to give some insight into brutal proces and examn that goes into o...

Week 2: The hunt for OSCP

1 minute read

I started with the PWK course to go for my OSCP. This series documents my progress. I hope to give some insight into brutal proces and examn that goes into o...

pi

race

Almere City Run 2014

2 minute read

Tomorrow will mark my 1 year anniversary with running. I started running after I saw a group of colleagues finish the 7km in a business run for the Almere C...

raspberry

raspberry-pi

Raspberry PI & Sitecom N150 wifi adapter

2 minute read

For my birthday I received a Raspberry PI. This is a low cost, small form computer that you can use for a lot of things. You can even send it to space if you...

running

Races for 2015

less than 1 minute read

2014 is nearly over, so it is time to look ahead to 2015. The end of 2014 was kind of lacklustre when it came to the races. I had to skip the Damloop 2014 du...

Almere City Run 2014

2 minute read

Tomorrow will mark my 1 year anniversary with running. I started running after I saw a group of colleagues finish the 7km in a business run for the Almere C...

The new Garmin Express

1 minute read

Yesterday Garmin switched over their website to the new look and feel. They announced that a major revamp was coming at the last CES conference and this is t...

rust

Using Emacs to edit Rust

1 minute read

I started exploring Rust as a programming language. I quickly ran into issues with code completion in Emacs. I fixed it, read on to learn how I did that!

secupdate

Security is hot in the new year

1 minute read

What a start to the year for information security this year. The last year ended with a lot of speculation about page table isolation work in Linux kernel. T...

security

Patching a vulnerable Emacs on Arch Linux

1 minute read

With the recent security vulnerability in GNU Emacs, versions prior to (and including) 25.2, you might want update your Emacs. Currently the Emacs package in...

The time I got doxxed

3 minute read

No matter how careful you are with your data, it only takes a single company to mess up to expose your private details. Back in May of 2017 this happened to ...

Securing a webserver

2 minute read

When you run your own webserver, like I do, you constantly battle people who try to take control of your server. In order to prevent this from happening you ...

Safe online; use a password manager

3 minute read

Security and personal privacy are hot topics. It seems we get news every day about compromised user accounts (LinkedIn, Twitter, MySpace), companies tracking...

sitecom

Raspberry PI & Sitecom N150 wifi adapter

2 minute read

For my birthday I received a Raspberry PI. This is a low cost, small form computer that you can use for a lot of things. You can even send it to space if you...

snippets

Stuff Learned From Threesixfive

1 minute read

I wrote a small application called threesixfive which generates my 365 gallery from my Instagram account. As with all development activities I learned some n...

sql

synology

update

wifi

Raspberry PI & Sitecom N150 wifi adapter

2 minute read

For my birthday I received a Raspberry PI. This is a low cost, small form computer that you can use for a lot of things. You can even send it to space if you...

writing

Multi-file Editing for LaTeX in Emacs

1 minute read

When I edit large research papers in LaTeX it tends to become a quite large file with lots of distractions. Things like package statements, settings and othe...