Changing Careers Into Tech/Programing

And there you have it, I haven’t even heard of it as being seven layers yet. I’ll look into something like you described, thanks man.

Please Do Not Throw Sausage Pizza Away.


Sadly im pretty sure this all most of my colleagues remember about the layers


Wasn’t that a Podesta email?!?

Turns out Obama was just a major security enthusiast!


Googled this and a top result from Reddit was:

A pussy so tight no dick penetrates

I’ll continue my search for clarity!


That always pissed me off. Sausage pizza is delicious.

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Doing the udemy course for AWS security now. Helps to get a more comprehensive understanding of hacks, response, defense, logging etc. It’s almost interesting.



For my CSS homies on this thread, I’ve redone my base CSS setup.

I am now using a 3 part reset for my base CSS (in this order):

  1. normalize.css
  2. the-new-css-reset
  3. My own, very minimal, base CSS reset on top of it

I decided on this approach based on this article by the creator of the-new-css-reset: -

He is a CSS/HTML pro so I will use his reset via npm as I expect it to be up to date.

My own minimal base CSS reset is as follows: -

/* */
html {
  font-size: 62.5%;

ul {
  padding: 0;
  margin: 0;

a {
  text-decoration: none;

h1, /* h1 might conflict with normalize.css h1 setting */
h6 {
  margin: 0;

With all the resets and standardization above done, I am down to the following CSS hierarchy: -


BTW, with moving away from CSS-in-JS, my .css/.scss are now being formatted with prettier on save and linted by stylelint.


Hmm… scanned the article quickly - it is just to help some people with Math? I don’t have any problem using the “fractions of 16”.

New to me!

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It just means it sets the default font-size to 10px based on all browsers having a default font size of 16px, allowing use of REMs like font-size: 1.8rem to produce font-size: 18px under the hood. Works for me.

As for the CSS reset setup, I am perfectly happy with what I have there. I don’t want to have to maintain my own CSS core reset (that which is now handled by the-new-css-reset and normalize) as I am not a professional browser quirk investigator. Never dev something when some can dev it for you!

Then my own reset/base CSS is thrown on top of that to add in my preferences.

Wireshark is one of the fastest ways to start understanding. I tried reading this book back in the day and could barely stay awake after a few pages.



Doesn’t bear thinking about.

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BTW Alphabetical Sorter is a really useful VSCode extension. I use it a lot.