Algoa Middleware

I copied some django security middleware (https://github.com/sdelements/django-security) for some personal use. The django security does some things I wanted and some other things I felt I didnt. So I only copied what I wanted and added some other things. Tonight I got bored and went through, https://developer.mozilla.org/en-US/docs/Web/HTTP/Headers to see what else I wanted to add to […]

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PyCharm First Impressions

I was browsing through some blog posts and saw someone enjoyed PyCharm. Since I never heard of it, I was curious since most of what I do at home is in Python. My first impressions are very good. Let me break some things down. Pros: The ability to use VIM is a huge plus. It […]

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Algoa The Nasty Details

I have finally figured out what I want Algoa to be. First things first. The code is available at: https://github.com/vaethis/algoa As I have said in previous posts, I expect people to understand some technology. If you are new to programming, or none of the below makes sense, I really do not care. I am using, Django, […]

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Getting Started Algoa

I recently started a new project. The project is named Algoa after an asteroid from 1394.. The goal is to provide a classical means of an unbreakable cryptography algorithm using quantum cryptography methods while using classical methods. For example, quantum cryptography uses qubits. Representations of 1 and 0 simultaneously. IBM currently, at the time of […]

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Ethereum Personal Notes

I do not post that often, so I have a couple of Etherum Miner notes to post so that I can resume my mining setx GPU_FORCE_64BIT_PTR 0 setx GPU_MAX_HEAP_SIZE 100 setx GPU_USE_SYNC_OBJECTS 1 setx GPU_MAX_ALLOC_PERCENT 100 setx GPU_SINGLE_ALLOC_PERCENT 100 EthDcrMiner64.exe -epool eu1.ethermine.org:4444 -ewal <Your_Ethereum_Address>.<RigName> -epsw x My personal study guide will be at: https://ethermine.org/ This […]

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Ethereum

I was sitting through a really long meeting today, and at the end of it a co-worker told me he was mining Ethereum. I used to mine bitcoins, but didn’t realize we could mine ether as well. So I gave it a shot tonight. Ethereum is the second in line for the upcoming best crypto-currency. […]

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Amazon Cognito Bower Gotchas

Over the week I tried to hook my angularjs site up to Amazon’s Cognito service. It all seemed straight forward. However, I learned of a gotcha. Behind the scenes I am using bower to install javascript dependencies and gulp to serve the site locally and build the site. As I was using this combination, i […]

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New look, new location

I decided to move everything to AWS. Moving everything gave me the flexibility a geek wants in terms of customization. I was using the regular wordpress.com account and sadly paid for it. I lacked a ton of customization abilities, which was by design. I was mainly only able to make blog posts and not a […]

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