Firefox "Quantum" 57 dropped the support for legacy XUL addons and made WebExtensions the new standard for addon development inside the browser. For a project I built a WebExtension with multiple features which I'd like to share - it might help you!
Want to know more about the Intel Management Engine? This blog post contains an extraction of my research paper, in the hope that it clears some confusions that surround the Management Engine chip.
Last year, in 2016, the people behind the Telegram messenger opened up a lot of features of their platform for developers. The so called "Bot API" makes it possible to connect to the Telegram servers, receive messages and communicate with the other clients inside the network. I was curious and developed a bot that has some use case if you are visiting our local library.
What headlines run to the top in no time? What titles are changed? What discussions draw the most comments and stay active? In this post I will summarize how a mix of Python and R produces a video showing the HN headlines over a two month period.
Monero is one of the emerging new cryptocurrencies, featuring algorithms for anonymous payment channels. In this blog post I summarize my experience with setting up a node, installing a solo mining Stratum pool and connecting miners to the pool.
I did it again. It cost me more time than necessary - again. Summary of my installation of Arch Linux Arm (ALARM) on a Banana Pi, done from an Arch Linux machine.
You might already know about extensions if you are a Gmail user - but it's in fact not a special Google feature! Using a unique email address on every website you set up an account on makes filtering a lot easier - even more so in combination with Sieve server side fitering.