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Tools

Synchronizing Android and macOS with Nextcloud

Google and Microsoft are further along on the technology, but haven’t quite figured it out yet – tie all of our products together, so we further lock customers into our ecosystem.

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I recently set up my own Nextcloud server to synchronize contacts, calendars and files between my laptop and Android smartphone without intermediaries, as an experiment. Here are the client tools I used.

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Business

How to disregard business trends to find your niche

NearlyFreeSpeech.NET is a sharing hosting provider with a pretty unique approach. The amount of fucks they give about trends, be it business models popular in industry or cloud stuff or “fanatical support™ with customer champions”, is close to zero.

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Security

Securing Go web applications

There are lots of security-related things to keep in mind when writing a web application, as the Web is a place full of danger: cross-site scripting (XSS), cross-site request forgery (CSRF), clickjacking, brute forcing, spam and so on.

Go gets many things right by default: for example, templates from the standard library make it hard to accidentally introduce XSS vulnerabilities. But what about other attacks? Fortunately, there are a few open source Go packages that can help us.