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How-to create your own Certificate Authority (or the better way to get working snake oil certificates for internal use).
As I have a local owncloud installation I was searching how to create certificates which work well in Iron, Thunderbird and the owncloud client. Therefore basically I used: the how to which I found on https://niklas-rother.de/artikel/die-eigene-certificate-authority-ca/. When I was finished I … Continue reading
I’m currently working on a akka-http server which should consume multi-part messages and send back on of those parts to the client. Currently I struggle a bit with the framework itself and especially lambdas as they’re pretty new to me. … Continue reading
I was just searching for a list of all keyboard shortcuts in Photoshop CC. I found a few links which where either to old or I was not able to print them in a nice way in chrome/iron. So I … Continue reading
Today I created a few curves presets to be used in lightroom: Curves.zip To use them you just need to unzip the file into C:\Users\<YOUR USERNAME> \AppData\Roaming\Adobe\CameraRaw\Curves and restart Lightroom.
I just had to work with Groovy (creating a Pipeline in Jenkins V2) where we needed to handle XML documents. In fact we were reading the documents from disk but just to keep that little example easy I skip this … Continue reading
When managing my photos I’m using Adobe Lightroom since three years now. To publish my pictures on 500px I’ve one publishing service where all pictures are added when I mark them with a color label. That works pretty nice. But … Continue reading
Last weekend I create a small Java comparison test (yes it was a bit unfair) between Apache Kafka, Oracle Weblogic and WS02 MessageBroker. What I basically did was to create simple clients for all three products (basically a Kafka client and … Continue reading
The last days I investigated a lot into the osb 11G (Oracle ESB) threading model during my work. I found a few quite nice articles about that topic but sadly they’re mostly not really covering these topic together with local … Continue reading
I’ve just created a little script to make time stacking pictures easier. It just adds all open pictures into the current selected one. Here’s the source #!/usr/bin/env python # -*- coding: utf-8 -*- # GIMP plugin to set all visible … Continue reading