Theory of quantum software generation

Note: The following is an idea that has only just occurred to me and I feel the need to write as fast as possible. Unless I am mistaken the core theory of quantum computing is that a Quantum Computer (Q. Computer) generates all possible (or at least billions) of conceivable answers to a problem and… Continue reading Theory of quantum software generation

After my last post I started working on a prototype for a podcast client that supports what I am talking about. If I work at a good pace I ought to have a beta out around the end of this month.

Topics I might write about

A quick list of things that I am looking at writing about. Bug fixing on LibreOffice, KDE and other open source projects. How I get the most out of my computer (shell scripts, KDE setup, server config, etc). Draw attention to non-action graphic novels. Music history / reviews (mostly prog rock and euro metal). Pros… Continue reading Topics I might write about

Securing SSH on Linux Part 2

In this part I will explain how to further improve the server’s security by replacing traditional passwords with public key authentication. Before deciding to follow this tutorial please consider the following problem: While replacing passwords with private/public key pairs is an enormous improvement in security it also requires specially preparing your workstation for logging into… Continue reading Securing SSH on Linux Part 2