The road to password immunity

Today, I'm going to do a quick review of Lastpass. I have been religiously using it towards the end of 2017. Before that, I was using it on and off because I haven't fully migrated all my accounts to Lastpass and I was feeling somewhat overwhelmed about the process of using an extension or app …

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A good deal

It is like a dream come true, I am finally the owner of a Lumia 1020. While I am not the actual owner of this striking white phone, at least now I have a piece of Nokia history. I was initially looking out for the older 808 Pureview with the larger 41MP sensor but there …

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Week 1: The Great China Firewall

From Japan to Bangkok and now China, it has been quite a ride these past few weeks. Actually wanted to do a write-up weeks back but I was somewhat busy with some work here and there. As for my holiday in the land of the rising sun, I'll leave that to a later date as …

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Humanitarian efforts through coding

Microsoft is making some waves this month, next week they will be finally releasing Windows 10 to everyone out there. Not all will get the update on the day itself as indicated by several reports but it's safe to say Microsoft's servers should be ready for the volume. But before that happens, Microsoft is giving …

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Setting up D-Link’s DWA 131 E1 nano Wi-Fi adapter to work with Raspbian

I think that i'm beginning to become comfortable with WordPress as it does have some compelling editing features compare to blogger. Today (or tonight), i'll be doing a tutorial on how you can connect to Wi-Fi on your Rasbperry Pi (any model) running Raspbian (any version). Of course, none of the Raspberry Pi models to …

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Making Visual Studio Code the default text editor on Git

Early on the year when i was working on developing Windows Phone i stumbled upon version control which was a pretty cool way to keep track of codes. Previously when i was taking programming classes i saved all my files onto OneDrive and i still do it. But that's for simple single file programs, for …

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Experiencing the Freescale Cup

Over the weekend, particularly on Saturday i was spending quite some time in the grand hall of UiTM Shah Alam. The architecture and interior of the building was spectacular and it was nothing like the hall or auditorium we have at Sunway. The tiered layout and curved nature of the building made it have this …

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What is The Freescale Cup?

A few weeks back i blogged about my first experience for The Freescale cup and currently i am working on writing the second weeks' progress. Well, to kill some time before that goes live; I thought of doing a writeup of the freescale cup in Malaysia because i noticed that i only touched the surface …

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Week 1: Familiarizing with the hardware

After nearly one year of studies in Sunway, i am reaching the end of my journey here in Malaysia. But i still have one more semester left to finish and i am extremely excited about this last semester because there'll only be one subject in my timetable. For the most part, my schedule is quite …

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