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Security

Security.txt

Some days ago while scrolling my mastodon‘s feed (for those who don’t know it is like Tweeter but instead of being a single website, the whole network is composed by many different entities that interact with each other), I found the following message: To server admins: It is a good practice to provide contact details, […]

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Software Development Technology and Internet

CSP headers using Cloudflare Workers

Last January I made a small post about setting up a “Content-Security-Policy” header for this blog. On that post I described the steps I took to reach a final result, that I thought was good enough given the “threats” this website faces. This process usually isn’t hard If you develop the website’s software and have […]

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Technology and Internet

Newsletters for Python web developers

The amount of new information that is added each day to the web is overwhelming, trying to keep up daily with everything about a given topic can be a time consuming process. One good way I found to tackle this problem and to avoid wasting a good chunk of my day searching and filtering through […]

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Technology and Internet

“Bloat”

Last week I’ve read a great post entitled “Web Design: The First 100 Years“, it is a long one but definitely worth reading. I will just leave here a quote (3 short paragraphs) because it puts into words something that already crossed my mind multiple times. “A further symptom of our exponential hangover is bloat. […]

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Old Posts

When UC website gets confused

Bug or not, this is what happens when i try to access my university’s new website with two common browsers: Both browsers, at the time of the screenshots, were with their latest version and the message doesn’t always appear, that’s why i called it “confusion”. But the fun part is: