So since we’ve had a little bit of free time lately, I’ve been doing some python scripting. The other day I decided to go back to Advent of Code and work on it a little bit more.
So after receiving a lot of great feedback from people from the first version of the transition calculator, I decided to improve and rework parts of it. You can find the new version here.
Day 3 (only 62 days late) of Advent of Code was a huge pain in the ass but a lot of fun.
I am now 120 days away from starting my permissive TDY as I leave the Army after nearly 21 years. Part of that process is figuring out how much money I need to make.
Day 2 (only 13 days late) of Advent of Code was a throw-back to the Apollo moon landing…..Spoiler Inside.
Well I’m only 13 days late, but better late than never. I had some time to kill tonight and decided to finally jump on this year’s advent of code. Each day consists of 2 problems that you solve. So here goes Day 1…..Spoilers Inside
Many years ago I was looking for a network drive that I could attach to my home network to centrally save data. Life was good until a year or so ago when the NAS itself stopped working. I had used the drive for a variety of reasons, among them as a place to put all of our family photos.
If you are looking for a fun way to work on your coding skills over the next 25 days or so I would encourage you to check out advent of code. This is a project run by Eric Wastle.
On Friday, I sat for the GIAC Defensible Security Architecture (GDSA) exam. The certification is brand new and is based on the SANS Sec 530 course. While I passed, it didn’t go the way I had planned
My last post about the $80K bonus for Cyber Warrants got a lot of comments on Facebook. A lot of them focused on two key things, the kind of odd restrictions built around it (as far as timelines go), and then the fact that 255S were not included in it.