I just finished "The Affluent Investor" by Phil DeMuth. Phil defines "affluent" as having between $100,000 and $10,000,000 in assets. (Very high net-worth individuals have a different set of challenges that are not covered in this book.) I'm not yet affluent by this definition, but still ...
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If you're a geek like I am, you get a few emails from recruiters a day, and a few calls a week. This tip helps deal with the emails and Linked-In connection requests. It doesn't help with the calls. (The "send to voicemail" button on my phone works ...
I need to submit a daily log of what I've accomplished to my job. But I find it hard to keep track sometimes, and I feel like I've forgotten things I should be putting on that list. (Yes, yes, OCD, I know.)
I found the Log To Evernote ...
I previously announced this, but I thought I'd add a little more detail here. May 19, 2014 was my first day as a RackSpace DevOps Engineer. I'm tremendously excited to be a part of RackSpace, both because of the great company and great team I'm joining, and ...Tagged as: Autobiography
Last night I wrote an email advising a client about the Heartbleed vulnerability and its impact on operations. I'm posting that here, as it's a little more balanced and professional (and better written) than the blog entry I wrote last night. Of course I've omitted names to ...Tagged as: Data Security
I'm trying not to be alarmist, but it seems we've got a "holy fucking shit" security bug that everyone who runs a server needs to be aware of. And that everyone who uses the Internet needs to be aware of. Note that this was written on April ...Tagged as: Data Security
I've now created two new demos, with two hosting options:
If you're using Vagrant and you've upgraded to the latest version of VirtualBox (4.3.10 as of March 25, 2014), and you've got vagrant-vbguest installed (as you should) then you've undoubtedly run into a nasty bug:
default: /vagrant => /YOUR_VAGRANT_DIRECTORY Failed to mount folders in Linux ...Tagged as: Vagrant
When I started at my new job I requested the fastest computer I could find -- a new iMac with an SSD drive -- and it's ...
I'm incredibly excited to be working at Citrusbyte. I'm not sure how much I can say about how they work, but I know I can say this: They do their best to work according to the video and blog posts on this "How Github Works" page.
I remember ...Tagged as: Autobiography
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