I know there are allot of online tools that allows you to convert PDF to JPG. For confidential reasons I prefer to do it locally on my machine.
A logging middleware is a piece of software that sits between the incoming request and the final handler function in a web application. Its primary purpose is to log information about each request that comes through the application.
This blog post will discuss how to use the OpenAI Chat API in Golang. For this purpose we will create a simple REPL (Read-Eval-Print-Loop) that will use the GPT-3 API to generate the responses.
Shodan is a search engine for the internet of things (IoT). It allows users to search for specific types of internet-connected devices, such as security cameras or industrial control systems, and view information about them, such as their location, their internet protocol (IP) address, and their manufacturer.
When working on a remote server, it is often necessary to establish multiple Secure Shell (SSH) connections to the same host. This can be time-consuming and resource-intensive, especially if you are working on a slow or congested network.
It is often helpful to have a quick reference to a set of commands in a development environment. Some of them are hard to remember because they are not very common.
Exchange Control Panel (ECP) is a web based management and configuration interface that allows you to manage various aspects of the server configuration. The password reset feature enables administrators to reset mailbox passwords over ECP.
If you are still running a Citrix Xen Hypervisor nowadays, you may figure out it comes with many challenges. One of them is to figure out a way to set up the imported VM appliances to start at boot time.
Upgrading the Xen server to a new version is quite simple and has the advantage of preserving the preview settings. Sometimes this is not possible due to hardware aging when we need to do a clean install for the supervisor and reimport the virtual appliances.
Even if you don’t know about signed Git commits, you might have seen this on GitHub:
No mater if you are creating a simple rest service or a complex one, you will need to handle panics in order to provide a good resiliency.