TheHumble.ninja now with SSL

I’ve made some changes to thehumble.ninja as I plan to restructure to site and start purging content here and there. There’s an article I’ve been wanting to write about and it’s about saving costs with Azure, the cons and pro of using cloud services, and how scary it can get if you decide to use… Continue reading TheHumble.ninja now with SSL

DRM in my ink cartridges?

I’m disgusted at the fact that there’s actually DRM chips in my ink cartridges. I don’t know who began implementing this draconian chip on new printers, but whoever did it really deserves to have all the hell for it. I’m sad to say that in 2016 is where I began to deal with this sort… Continue reading DRM in my ink cartridges?

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Toying with VS Emulator, Hyper-V + Linux, Apache Cordova, and Windows 10 Virtual Desktops

You know this weekend I took my time to explore a few things in Windows 10 and Visual Studio 2015. For starters, every time I installed Windows, being a Windows Pro version owner I never bothered checking the features it offered, such as BitLocker. Hyper-V So, the thing about Hyper-V is that it’s something really,… Continue reading Toying with VS Emulator, Hyper-V + Linux, Apache Cordova, and Windows 10 Virtual Desktops

I hate reformatting.

I messed up my Windows 10 installation a month ago. Basically, the booting time was 2-3x times slower because Windows 10 decided to Installing the boot loader in HDD 2 Installing/Configuring the BCD files in HDD 3 All so it can load SSD 1 It feels like it doesn’t make sense at first but it… Continue reading I hate reformatting.

Thoughts on Dark Souls

I’ve been trying to catch up with my backlog. I’ll be frank, the days of me spending time with games are over; there’s only one mission that has the highest priority and that is to get into a better place in life. But, as some of you know I got a new video card and… Continue reading Thoughts on Dark Souls

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Reducing complexity

I feel awful, yet happy, yet tired. A bit of an annoyance is when you spend hours doing something, then a week or two later you see a new library that does that and simplifies the code greatly; allowing maintenance and readability at the same time. So, take it as you may but if you… Continue reading Reducing complexity

Aftermath of memory management / designing for mobile / the need of something better

The aftermath… of all my chasing is that I got nothing. You heard me right. I spent days figuring out what was wrong just to receive one hell of a slap to the face that the OS doesn’t necessarily claim the memory back. But, I also noticed that memory started to be freed after changing… Continue reading Aftermath of memory management / designing for mobile / the need of something better