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Let’s Encrypt With Let’s Encrypt

But Why? A few years back, there was a big push for HTTPS Everywhere, big enough for Google to modify their page ranking for it. over the past few months we’ve been running tests taking into account whether sites use secure, encrypted connections as a signal in our...

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Keybase, GitHub, & Being You

A few months ago, GitHub announced they would start displaying a cool “Verified” badge when you sign your commits and tags are signed with GPG. Git itself has supported signing your work for a while, but I think this new visibility into being a good “Git Citizen” will encourage...

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How To Destroy Your Web Server and Ruin Your Night

You could say I have a fairly healthy interest for the systems admin side of tech. I wouldn’t say I’m an expert, but I think I could get by as an entry to mid level admin. Though that certainly doesn’t stop me from doing some colossally stupid things with my personal server(s)....

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Debugging Nginx Configurations

A couple of weeks ago, I saw a tweet that peaked my interest. Any nginx folks out there have a couple spare minutes to help out a developer in our forum? If so: http://t.co/Win6mbbe — Statamic (@statamic) November 27, 2012 Statamic is a slick flat-file PHP CMS written...

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