Erik Falor

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Rating: 5 of 5 
(16.Jul.2016)
Spacemacs: The Best of Both the Emacs and Vim Worlds
After Travis' great presentation, I'm definitely going to give Spacemacs a spin. He was very knowledgeable about his subject, and he's the first "Emacs guy" who has been able to so much as tempt me away from Vim!
Rating: 5 of 5 
(16.Jul.2016)
Computer History Books that are Worth Reading
Rusty gave a really good talk about a great subject. I've long thought that the history of CS should be taught in school alongside the algorithms themselves. Then the young whipper-snappers could better appreciate the tech that came before, and then maybe they'd stop re-inventing cloud-versions of everything that already existed! Rusty was able to persuade the audience why each of these books deserved its place on the list through an explanation of the slice of history it covered and one or two interesting stories contained therein. Very enjoyable. I came into this talk about midway through - is the complete list of books available somewhere online?
Rating: 0 of 5 
(16.Jul.2017)
OpenSSH Lifehacks
@John Anderson: Thank you for your attendance and for taking the time to write up so many thoughtful suggestions. You are very encouraging and your advice will help me do better next time.
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(16.Jul.2017)
OpenSSH Lifehacks
Resources from the workshop are available at http://unnovative.net. Most importantly are the links to the excellent OpenSSH WikiBook and stribika's guide to hardening OpenSSH. I would be very grateful for any comments or suggestions you could share with me. Thank you for attending.

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OpenWest 2016 Jul 13, 2016
OpenWest 2015 May 07, 2015
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