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Ludum Dare 43 Post Mortem

I’ll do my best to keep all my disappointment out of this post but I am obviously a little upset that after 27+ hours of work I didn’t have a game to deliver. I think there’s tons to take away … Continue reading

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Git Auth when Windows Credentials are Locked / Just want to use file

Most Windows users won’t run into this problem because they don’t have a system administrator controlling their machine but for anyone who is experiencing weirdness while using wincred here’s a brief explanation of the problem + an easy fix to … Continue reading

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Twitter Gaming: Functionality Rip

There are plenty of twitter management tools out that will help automate / manage your twitter account for a few bucks a month. While most products don’t add too much value I’ve found some particular features on that have … Continue reading

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Bioshock: Infinite Review

The initial introduction to the underwater dystopian society of Rapture in the original Bioshock was something that I recommend every real gamer experience (even if you aren’t an FPS kind of person). The familiar themes of authoritarian rule and dark … Continue reading

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Reverse Engineering ‘Product Catalog’

Recently I’ve been looking at an application that has some data that I’d like to scrape and use/format for my own selfish desires. The application we are targeting is on iOS + Android so I went through the usual flow … Continue reading

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Ixalan Draft #1

Black/Blue/White Deck Didnt realize I messed up mana until I got home.. would have preferred a 664 7 Swamp 6 Island 3 Plains Ixalans Binding Slash of Talons Cancel Spell Pierce 3 One With the Wind 2 Run Aground 2 … Continue reading

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Connecting to Shitty Wifi on Amtrak

I wrote this post a few months ago when I was stuck on a train and figured I’d publish it before it gets lost forever. Today I bring you the pain in the ass process I went through to get … Continue reading

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Turbolinks: Leaving the Abyss

Just trying to do things like <a href=”#” onclick=”alert(1)”>ZZZ</a> Expected behavior here?.. Scroll to top of the page right? Not if turbolinks is doing its thang. From my previous write-ups on Turbolinks (1 2) I was pretty understanding about the … Continue reading

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Horse’s Hoofs: Sagely Errors

Associated reading: Zhuangzi – Horse’s hoofs TLDRBWPIKWG; The natural order is pretty chill but some “sagely dudes” threw a wrench in that real quick ## 1: Blindly Following “sagely” advice Horses can with their hoofs tread on the hoarfrost and … Continue reading

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Intercepting iOS Network Traffic on Mac

For the most part you are probably fine just using a solution like mitmproxy (shown here) and sniffing HTTP/S traffic but sometimes there’s a need to go deeper.. When testing an application you may notice something like an in-game chat … Continue reading

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