Fixed Twisten – TLS 1.2

Twisten has been broken for a bit because Twitter moved their APIs to require TLS 1.2 for HTTPS connections. The app has been updated to use TLS 1.2, and is functional again.

Updates for Twisten – Lists and Images

Twisten Updated! Twisten is my little app that reads your Twitter feed to you via text-to-speech, letting you keep your eyes on your work. Fixed: Authorizing and connecting to Twitter API. Prior version used an older library that only supported HTTP. Need to use HTTPS. Enhancements: Read tweets from a List. Just enter the list... Continue Reading →

VS Code IDE with Passphrased Git SSH Keys

I'm just kicking the tires with Visual Studio Code. So far, it seems like a nice little editor! One thing that tripped me up a bit was the Git integration... permission denied errors due to git ssh keys that use passphrases. Here's how I solved it...

Going Offline-Online with VS Missed a File

I really appreciate Visual Studio’s “Go Offline” with TFS feature. Saves me a bunch of headache when I’m disconnected. And for the most part it works great. Yesterday, I discovered that somehow, the “Go Online” had not picked up all my changes. Why? It seems that the “Go Online” logic traverses the solution tree to... Continue Reading →

Standing to Code

Today I tried a Standing Desk for the day. I've heard about this a number of times, mostly on Twitter. The idea's not new, but it is gaining attention due to the health concerns around so much sitting. I started standing at 7am. It's currently 3pm, and I'm still standing here. So far so good.... Continue Reading →

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