Audio Upgrades

I’ve been using the same audio equipment for a few years now and initially they were exactly what I needed at the time. I posted my set up on how I screencast a few years ago https://blog.driftingruby.com/how-i-screencast/ which gives a pretty thorough insight of the “behind the scenes”. The mixer that I used, the Peavey […]

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Default Ruby on Rails Options

A lot of times, we will create a new Ruby on Rails application and go through the process of our normal configuration setup. Sometimes, we will create a template to expedite our setup like in a recent screencast episode. https://www.driftingruby.com/episodes/templating-ruby-on-rails-applications Other times, we will need to create a new Ruby on Rails application and we […]

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Loofah Gem – CVE-2018-16468

The Loofah gem recently had a vulnerability reported which could potentially expose your application to a Cross Site Scripting attack. From https://nvd.nist.gov/vuln/detail/CVE-2018-16468 it reads In the Loofah gem for Ruby, through v2.2.2, unsanitized JavaScript may occur in sanitized output when a crafted SVG element is republished. Since the Ruby on Rails framework depends on rails-html-sanitizer and […]

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Self Hosting a Cloud IDE

This is the second post about self hosting. The previous post was about setting up a Sentry server for tracking application errors. I think that for non-critical applications or for a personal playground, having a home lab is the perfect place to test things out. My configuration is pretty simple, I have a few refurbished […]

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