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Bunny.net: Account and API Keys

Bunny.net is an excellent cloud storage and CDN service. I use it for my websites. Bunny offers two primary services: Bunny Storage and Bunny Pull Zones. Combined those two comprise Bunny CDN. There are additional services DNS, Stream (video), and… Continue Reading →

What programming language do I write software in?

Introduction I recently had a conversation with the Principle Security Architect for a large company concerned with security, identity, and access management. He asked me, “What language do you write your code in and why?”. I answered his question with… Continue Reading →

Never Implement Proxy TLS Interception

Introduction I was answering a question on StackOverflow. The questioner has implemented Proxy TLS Interception which is very dangerous. I am reposting this thread on my website to share the details of my answer. The Question: how to configure Google… Continue Reading →

Google Cloud Shell – CLI in Go

Google Cloud Shell CLI Written in Go This is a placeholder until I write this article. I have published the source code on GitHub. Note: This program is written for Windows. I have not yet ported it to Linux or… Continue Reading →

Google Cloud Run – Simple File Server in Go

Introduction This article shows how to serve files with Google Cloud Run. There are a few reasons to use Cloud Run instead of Google Cloud Storage. To learn how to deploy a simple file sharing service using Cloud Run. To… Continue Reading →

Google Cloud and Go – My Journey to Learn a new Language in 30 days

Part 1: Introduction Today I decided to learn Go in the next 30 days and document every step of my journey. How well will I know Go in 30 days? That is a difficult question and by logging the steps,… Continue Reading →

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