Under the hood of Find My Mac there are some security details that are not widely published. These details should not concern most consumers however I found them quite interesting. When a user enables Find My Mac (FMM) on their computer this is a system level change. This means if a user wishes to enable FMM they must be an administrator of the computer. A result of this is that in most environments where students are standard users this feature should never be enabled by accident.
Use vagrant along with virtualbox to create a fully functional munki_repo for testing on your localhost.
Setting up Two-factor Authentication on Github while using SourceTree.
Quick post on why I have the one of the best jobs available.
Lessons learned while setting up boxen for personal usage.
Quick post over enabling AirDrop over Ethernet.
Go over customizing octopress and installing plugins.
Deploy octopress with s3cmd command.
Setting up a puppetmaster on osx Mavericks.
Article examines steps to reduce the disk size of a vmdk file on a mac.