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Change your email in GitHub

Nir Galon published on included in tutorials

Once in a lifetime a man changes his email address. Maybe you didn’t changed your email even once, I completely understand you, but I did. And let me tell you - it’s not an easy process! 1. Why did I do it? I have a private domain and I used it with Gmail to have a private email address. But Google don’t give you the option to setup a private domain because they’ll lose a lot of small business tha

A Practical Guide to Design System

Nir Galon published on included in development

It’s no secret that design systems are taking over the web development world and that’s a good thing IMO. But non the less, it’s still a challenge to setup one. I myself encounter it when I created our own design system in the startup I work for, so I thought I’ll save others some time and document my proccess. In my startup we use Vue.js (version 3, with composition api and sfc style), so natural

Hugo Theme With Developer Focus In Mind

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Lately I was redesign my own resume website. I consider it version 4 of the website, because it’s the fourth major change I did to it. This website is running for quite a few years now, and every now and then I want to change the underline technology that I use or redesign it, so I spend a weekend and do it. This time I also wanted to change the design, but not that drastically. The main things wa

Releasing Software Is Hard! Is it?

Nir Galon published on included in tutorials

One of the things I always got frustrated with is software releases and versioning. In the old days, back when I started to work at my first job as a software engineer my team leader was handle all of the project management. It means he knew on what issue you’re working at the moment, and when (in what version of the software) it should be merged and be released. To this day I think the versioning

Crack The Hash

Nir Galon published on included in hacking

In earlier post (at Passive.. Passive Recon.. Passive Reconnaissance.. OSINT!) I mention we can use hashcat to try and crack a password we found, but it wasn’t the meaning of the post (and it’s a red line for me to do that and put his cleartext password on the web for someone who didn’t actually try to hack my service). But in this post we’ll learn how to use hashcat to crack passwords, and even d