I just concluded another full year with all of my work public on GitHub. 2017 was my eleventh full year as a software professional, and my third year at Code.org.
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I just finished my tenth full year as a software professional, and I’m starting my third year with Code.org. One of the perks of this job is that all of my work is public on GitHub. So let’s put it under a microscope!
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Did you know we had one of these? Neither did I. But apparently this is its eleventh year, and it’s as good a time as any to go learn something new about protecting your data online.
My favorite cybersecurity tip? If you don’t use a good password manager, you should. A password manager makes it relatively painless to use long, secure passwords. It also enables you to use a different password for every online account, mitigating the damage if one of your passwords is discovered. It’s also simply less stressful than trying five passwords every time you visit a website.
I’m partial to KeePassX, but LastPass and RoboForm are also popular. Any of them is better than continuing to use one password for all of your accounts.
You can find more resources at StaySafeOnline.org, or for this month’s theme, Stop-Think-Connect. They even have ways for faith-based organizations to get involved. Awesome!
I’m making an effort to rebuild my space online so that I control more of my content and unify my activity across networks. In part this is inspired by my friend Ryan’s declaration of interest in the Indie Web, and in part by the opportunity to switch hosting companies.
We’ll see how it goes.