This is my .vimrc. There are many like it, but this one is mine. My .vimrc is my best friend. It is my life. I must master it as I must master my life. My .vimrc, without me, is useless. Without my .vimrc, I am useless. I must edit my .vimrc true.
I have a pleasant setup for saving articles from Twitter for later in Pocket, adding tags to articles. Reading the articles and marking them as read in Pocket. When marked as read there’s a trigger in IFTTT which adds the read article to Buffer which then post my read article back to twitter with my hashtags applied. I will not go into the basic of all the services, that is for you to explorer.
My first python script! Woohoo to me! I’m working with a file and using a for-loop. It is crazy.
As I mentioned in an earlier post Thoughts about NemID versus Payment gatways, my setup is based on webservices. In this article I will elaborate on how it works and some of the thoughts, troubles, challenges behind my solution.
I’ve been working with implementing NemID, since 2010 and it has alway baffled me why DanID are doing it the way they do. I will not discuss the bad or good descision when it comes to JAVA or the centralization of the service, but merely compare it to how we pay for our goods on a online shop.