Stop Calling Analysis “AI”, Because it isn’t

There’s a disgusting trend reoccurring lately. The most recent misuse of “AI” set me off a ledge regarding the Voynich Manuscript. For anyone unfamiliar, the Voynich Manuscript is a 270-page book that has been carbon-dated to roughly 15th century written in a language using an alphabet no one recognizes. There have been dozens of theories, […]

I hacked Excel

And it was incredibly easy. Some background: I¬†received a Microsoft Excel spreadsheet (xlsx file) from someone at my company that was struggling with incorrect numbers. The spreadsheet was password-protected. I noticed one of the formulas wasn’t calculating correctly and giving a percentage of a score that they had a 0%, which was incorrect. This was […]

Let’s Talk: The Equifax Hack

I want to talk about the Equifax hack. It’s extremely important because if you’re an American, then there’s more than a 50% chance you’re affected and everything about you is at risk: Your full name, your date of birth, your social security number, your address, and more. This article will dive into more details about […]

AutoApply

Filling out job applications can be very time-consuming. Unfortunately, I was laid off about a month ago. Since I’m unemployed and I want to be more efficient, I started building a program that will automatically fill out a majority of the forms for me automatically. So far, I have a settings menu where you can […]

Microsoft Office 2016 and Activation

I recently purchased a dozen desktops for the office and was tasked with setting them up and installing Microsoft Office 2016. I purchased the Dell Precision towers with¬†Microsoft Office Home and Business 2016 pre-installed on each one. One thing that I did not account for was that Microsoft changed their activation method and now tie […]

Creating SSL Certification

This guide will walk through setting up an SSL certification and installing it on your server. I used these steps in the past for Jira and Confluence, but there are many uses for this. SSL (Secure Sockets Layer) is the standard security technology for establishing an encrypted link between a web server and a browser. […]