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bio website bbldigital.com.au
location Sydney, Australia
age 28
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I'm a full stack web developer living in Sydney, Australia.

On a day to day basis, as of Jan 2014, I currently use:
- Ruby on Rails
- CakePHP
- javascript / jQuery
- SASS / Compass / Foundation
- Sublime Text 2
- Tower for Git

In the past I've also worked with Wordpress, Magento eCom (uuggghhh...), CodeIgniter, Flash AS3, Omnis Studio and more.

Twitter: https://twitter.com/joshuapaling
Github: https://github.com/joshuapaling


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accepted What is the purpose of openssl passwd
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comment What is the purpose of openssl passwd
Thanks, that's a big help.
Feb
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answered What is the purpose of openssl passwd
Feb
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comment What is the purpose of openssl passwd
I've updated my question with a little more explanation of what I'm after.
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comment What is the purpose of openssl passwd
Thanks. My question is more: Given that all I store in deploy.json is the encrypted version, do I have any use for the non-encrypted version? When I type my password, don't I have to use the encrypted version anyway? Is the purpose of using this method simply so that I could have a rememberable password, and then run it through openssl passwd every time I wanted to use it, as opposed to typing the encrypted version out?
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comment Moving site to another server - inconsistent results between browsers on same computer
BTW, @JourneymanGeek if you want to add that as an answer, I'm happy to accept it as correct.
Dec
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comment Moving site to another server - inconsistent results between browsers on same computer
I'm on mac, and yep, that was it - not sure why, but once I cleared the DNS cache at the OS level, it all worked fine. (I moved another site, had the same issue, and that resolved it)
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comment Moving site to another server - inconsistent results between browsers on same computer
Yes, I thought it must be a cache thing, but I did try disabling and clearing caches.