My favorite music to listen to while coding

Normally, I’m against listening to music while coding, however, there are times when coding becomes repetitious that doesn’t require much brain horsepower. During those periods of time, I love listening to lo-fi music.

My current favorite channel on lo-fi music is Chillhop Music. When there are low intensity tasks for the day, I just plug my Audio technica headphone, and lose myself in lo-fi.

Take a listen. You will love it.

How to identify and beat the dreaded Tutorial Hell

For a long time, I had been trapped in an odd lifestyle known in developer circles as the Tutorial hell. I didn’t know what it was until I read about it on Twitter much later. There is a lot of ways to define it, but based on my experience I would define it as something like this

It’s a period of time in a developer’s life when the consumption of tutorials/courses is high while productivity is at a minimum.

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Types of SSL Certificates and Which One Should You Use

In this post, I’m going to explain the various types of SSL/TLS certificates and under which conditions should you use one for your website.​

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In this post, I’m going to explain the various types of SSL/TLS certificates and under which conditions should you use one for your website.

TLS or the Transport Layer Security protocol is the modern version of SSL or Secure Sockets Layer. It helps in securing communication across servers and user-agents in a computer network.
The most common user-agent is the web browser you’re using right now to read this post.
So, when you see a Secure Green Padlock with HTTPS beside the website address, then every communication between the website and its server is encrypted using algorithms like DSA, RSA, or ECC. I’m not going to explain these cryptographic algorithms here, but maybe explain them in a different post in the future.

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