MongoDB.app: The easiest way to get started with MongoDB on the Mac

A few days ago I released my first ever “real” swift app. The app is called MongoDB.app and it’s just a thin wrapper around the official MongoDB binaries that you can download from their site. The app will add a status menu icon which will allow you to start and stop a local MongoDB server… Continue reading MongoDB.app: The easiest way to get started with MongoDB on the Mac

Building Ember.js Applications for Production

UPDATE: You should use ember-cli the official build tool for Ember.js. Developing Ember.js apps for production is nothing like what you see on the tutorials or guides around the interwebs. Most guides just throw some code on an HTML file and maybe two or three extra JavaScript files. That’s not how it works in a… Continue reading Building Ember.js Applications for Production

Making iTerm 2 work with normal Mac OSX keyboard shortcuts

Today I found out how to map common Mac keyboard shortcuts to work like they should inside iTerm. The ones that I needed most where ⌥← (Option-Left Arrow) to move left one word, ⌥→ (Option-Right Arrow) to move right one word, ⌘← (Command-Left Arrow) to move to the beginning of the line and ⌘→ (Command-Right… Continue reading Making iTerm 2 work with normal Mac OSX keyboard shortcuts

Social Engineering

Este tema me tiene fascinado hace tiempo. Social Engineering es el arte, talento o habilidad de hacer que las personas hagan lo que uno quiere. En otras palabras engañarlas sin que sospechen nada. Lo más comico es que la mayor parte del dinero que gastan las empresas en seguridad IT y no para… Continue reading Social Engineering