Whether you're learning the Linux operating system, using Linux to manage your server fleet, performing a cybersecurity penetration test using Linux tools, or testing the Web apps you’ve created on a Linux server, you can do it at near native speed without costly software on an M1-based Mac system.
It's been a long time coming, but desktop ARM computing is now mainstream and the implications for the cloud are tremendous.
Apple almost died in the 1990s. This is the computer that saved them... and I found it next to a dumpster.
You may have heard that all the cool kids are using WireGuard as their VPN now. To find out why and how, read this blog post!
A lighthearted graphical timeline that details what happened in the technology world during the past 50 years. No boring details - just the important stuff.
But there are still many who do. And this divide is likely going to change the face of technology and computing for the next decade and beyond. What side are you going to be on?
So your boss gave you a Mac for development. Or maybe you bought a Mac to develop iOS apps. Or maybe you bought a MacBook because you need to develop software as well as look good at Starbucks. Unfortunately doing serious development using macOS is cumbersome at best. In this blog post, I’ll tell you how to *mostly* fix that.
Each December, I like to take some time to reflect on the events of the year - and this year was AWESOME!
It looks like Apple is going back to the 1990s and closing off their ecosystem.
On a dare, I wrote a book called 'Escaping the Cult of Mac' and gave it away free on Github. It's seriously funny (and true).