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I always felt my web dev were a little bit on the weak site, particularly with me being a little fuzzy about authentication...
Anyway contracting as a web dev now and I have been struggling with JWT Token Authentication in internal API with ADFS (Active Directory Federate Server) for the last. what.. 3 weeks overall?
My boss and colleague struggle too. And even the Microsoft support guy we employed for the occasion took 3 days to get things working...
Anyway long story short. It works now!
And it was not me, it was f***ing MS/ADFS Authentication which is .... not that easy!
I just wrote some articles on using Azure AD with Angular. The trick bits are that your Azure AD token won't call the Graph API, you need a secondary token and then you need to set up permissions on the application to actually ask what people's groups are.
The complexity gives the feeling that using all those abbreviations is much more secure that before... If everyone understands it, it worth nothing (and it seems that only the hackers understand it fully)...
"The greatest enemy of knowledge is not ignorance, it is the illusion of knowledge". Stephen Hawking, 1942- 2018
I released a beta of a Minecraft Modpack yesterday, and right afterwards the Twitch App broke and is failing to display about half the available mods when searching. I poked Twitch on Twitter, but haven’t received a reply yet. God that program is a mess.
What do you get when you cross a joke with a rhetorical question?
The metaphorical solid rear-end expulsions have impacted the metaphorical motorized bladed rotating air movement mechanism.
Do questions with multiple question marks annoy you???
yes it's true, once long ago I was young, the world was black and white, shoppes were closed all weekend except the taverns which only closed on Sundays, back when we actually climbed trees because that's what they were invented for...
... me and my friends would come up with statements that sounded something like that as if it were normal plain speech, and the old people of that time (yes we had those too, so really old ones that looked like living antiques) would look at us as if we were talking a completely different foreign language.
well now I know how them old people felt.
OIOW: what the fark does poking twittering twits actually mean? literal or not?
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God that program is a mess.
I'm not sure if God reads the messages here, well maybe does but never seen a reply - can try mailing direct though I'd also suggest asking his son first - might be better being a 'young person' thing... even though the boy's got more than a few decades on his birthday count too he's still younger than God.
"When you are dead, you won't even know that you are dead. It's a pain only felt by others; same thing when you are stupid."
Ignorant - An individual without knowledge, but is willing to learn. Stupid - An individual without knowledge and is incapable of learning. Idiot - An individual without knowledge and allows social media to do the thinking for them.
<WarStory> A distant battlefield, covered in smoke, mewling quietly with the last cries of the dying...
In my ever-progressing battle to maintain control over my development machine from the IT of Sauron, I once wrote an app called Twitcher in an effort to keep the screen saver from timing out and locking the PC. I occasionally will sit and stare at the screen longer than the 10 minute timeout period. It's a PITA to have to three-finger salute, log back in, etc. Doing so invariably makes me lose my concentration. Twitcher was a little app that woke up once a minute, checked the position of the mouse, and if it hadn't moved, moved it a few pixels and then back to its original position. At the time, this was enough to defeat the screen saver. Unfortunately that stopped working a while back, and none of the other methods I've found are effective. I've seen ads for hardware dongles that emulate mice and do the same thing, so I may give that a try.
Today the field is barren, with only scrub grasses growing midst a crop of bones of the fallen. </WarStory>
Ayrton Senna died 25 years ago today. There will probably be a lot of retrospective videos and such. It's sort of crazy how far cars have come since then. Of course they actually DROVE the cars back then, instead of the cars shifting, balancing, correcting, rotating, throttling, etc... themselves.
It's sort of sad that the natural aspirated super-car may not survive to see the 30th anniversary of his death. Porsche and Lamborghini/Audi are sort of the last men standing in terms of the non-boutique, non-luxury GT super-cars. The GT3(RS) and Huracan/Aventador may be the last hurrah. Almost everything else is already turbo'd and/or battery assisted and sound like hair dryers in comparison. The GT3 and Huracan sound like demons making sexy time.
"I controlled my laughter and simple said "No,I am very busy,so I can't write any code for you". The moment they heard this all the smiling face turned into a sad looking face and one of them farted. So I had to leave the place as soon as possible." - Mr.Prakash One Fine Saturday. 24/04/2004
Grand Tour season 3 episode 5 was about Jim Clark. It was really amazing to see that and then drive in a car that accelerates and de-accelerates by itself, steers itself (scary) and has more cameras and radars than I would imagine.
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