Monthly Archives: March 2017

“Police hack PGP server” — really?

This afternoon, this headline caught my attention: “Police hack PGP server with 3.6 million messages from organized crime BlackBerrys“. When I read it, I thought: “either the journalist/title writer got it wrong, or PGP is broken”.

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Writing unmaintainable code in five easy steps

I have recently had to modify some code that, to say the least, was very hard to maintain — or refactor, for that matter. The following are a few, firmly tongue-in-cheek, steps to make sure your code is thoroughly frustrating … Continue reading

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