Font: Adobe Source Code Pro

iTerm2 - Adobe Source Code Pro Font

I recently had a conversation with some friends about their terminal setups, and one of them had a really nice-looking font. He shared with me that he was using the Adobe Source Code Pro font on his terminal, so I went out and grabbed a copy and set it up within iTerm2. I did have …

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Does my WordPress site need a Caching Plugin?

The answer is maybe!, is of course depending on who you host with, and even then I would probably sway towards using one. Why? My host already provides serverside caching! While that might be the case you can still often benefit from using a caching plugin as they tend to offer other bells and whistles …

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Headless Wifi setup on the Raspberry Pi

If you are looking to have a headless Raspberry Pi setup that you can get configured 100% remotely right after you plug it in you will want to make sure it joins the proper Wifi after the first boot if you are not connecting directly to ethernet. To get started once you have an SD …

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Installing speedtest-cli on a USG-PRO-4

I received an email from today Xfinity/Comcast letting me know that they increased my internet speeds, all for free. I made a screenshot of the email that was sent, as shown in the image below. As with most things that Xfinity/Comcast promises I am skeptical since I currently am paying for their top tier 1000Mb/40Mb …

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Securing your WordPress site

When it comes to securing your WordPress site there are many ways to go about doing just that. Please allow me to outline a few basic things that can be done to help secure your site outside of having a secure hosting provider for your WordPress site. Choosing a Host As mentioned the first thing …

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How to perform a traceroute

Traceroute is a common diagnostic tool for displaying the route and measuring any delayed packets across a network. The traceroute command is available by default on almost all modern operating systems, and for ones that it is not included on by default, it is usually simple to go about installing it. Usage Windows Click on the Start …

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lsusb on macOS

For anyone that is using/has used Linux you are likely already familiar with lsusb, which is missing on macOS. Well, you are in luck as there is a bash script available on Github that can be installed via Homebrew. To get it installed you need to run the following commands and its as easy as …

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Thinking of starting a vlog

With my current position that I hold over here at Kinsta, part of my job is helping to train the sales team about WordPress, as well as keeping them updated on the ever-changing ecosystem surrounding it. With that being said I have created a handful of tutorials for them to watch when I can not …

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WordPress 5.8.3 Security Release

WordPress 5.8.3 is a security update that addresses some recently discovered vulnerabilities as shown below. Props to Karim El Ouerghemmi and Simon Scannell of SonarSource for disclosing an issue with stored XSS through post slugs. Props to Simon Scannell of SonarSource for reporting an issue with Object injection in some multisite installations. Props to ngocnb and khuyenn from GiaoHangTietKiem JSC for …

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