LetsEncrypt a project developed by the Internet Security Research Group is now offering fully automated SSL certificates for free. If your new to certificates or never really understood what the “s” in HTTPS did, heres a quick explainer. HTTPS allows your browser to do a SSL connection with the webserverRead More →

Something that hasnt been much of an issue in the past is email delivery, but as the amount of spam email rises providers are increasing the scrutiny of of what emails they are willing to accept. The main reason is the ease of which a programmer can send infinite emailRead More →

Quality of service (QoS) is a maker and a breaker for most network engineers. For those new into the field its a confusing out of order mess of syntax to read through, and to a pro its s headache and a nuisance to manage. Now in many big companies inRead More →

I have been really bad about writing this year. If you look my last post was back in January, and we are already in September. It has definitely been a busy year for me which has been distracting. Recently I read this article that I thought was important enough toRead More →

It is here. It is finally here! New top level domains! What does this mean you might say? It means that you are now going to see websites like chilies.menu or yachts.luxury. I would be curious to see how this will effect the online landscape. This is not the firstRead More →

My friend John Colosimo will be featured on the Parana Observatory’s picture of the day for his astrophotography. He is quite the talented photographer, and if you have never seen astrophotography it is quite amazing. The planning and forethought that goes into each of those pictures is quite impressive. IRead More →

I have decided to do something about universal data. I have created a website called Query Glass. QG will start off as a simple database project, but there will also be a data aggregation server design thrown into the mix. That is the special sauce so to speak. So keepRead More →