LANGUAGES="en fr it ja tr es pt de"
PATHS="v3/coach/workouts v2/coach/workouts v2/coach/exercise_alternatives"
echo "Logging in"
export ID_TOKEN=`curl --silent -X POST -H 'Content-Type: application/json' -H 'Accept: application/json' -d '{
View Howto convert a PFX to a seperate .key & .crt file
`openssl pkcs12 -in [yourfile.pfx] -nocerts -out [keyfile-encrypted.key]`
What this command does is extract the private key from the .pfx file. Once entered you need to type in the importpassword of the .pfx file. This is the password that you used to protect your keypair when you created your .pfx file. If you cannot remember it anymore you can just throw your .pfx file away, cause you won’t be able to import it again, anywhere!. Once you entered the import password OpenSSL requests you to type in another password, twice!. This new password will protect your .key file.
Now let’s extract the certificate:
`openssl pkcs12 -in [yourfile.pfx] -clcerts -nokeys -out [certificate.crt]`
View openssl.MD

HOWTO: Create Your Own Self-Signed Certificate with Subject Alternative Names Using OpenSSL in Ubuntu Bash for Window


My main development workstation is a Windows 10 machine, so we'll approach this from that viewpoint.

Recently, Google Chrome started giving me a warning when I open a site that uses https and self-signed certificate on my local development machine due to some SSL certificate issues like the one below:

Self-Signed SSL Issue in Chrome

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sudo apt-get install apt-transport-https
sudo dpkg --add-architecture armhf
echo "deb [arch=armhf] jessie main" | sudo tee /etc/apt/sources.list.d/pms.list
sudo apt-get update
sudo apt-get install binutils:armhf plexmediaserver-installer -y --force-yes

#Comprehensive Introduction to @ngrx/store By: @BTroncone

Also check out my lesson @ngrx/store in 10 minutes on!

Update: Non-middleware examples have been updated to ngrx/store v2. More coming soon!

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Task Scheduler
Name: Kill SteamApp on Shutdown or Restart
When: On an Event
Log: System
Source: USER32
EventID: 1074
Start a program:
Program/Script: taskkill
Arguments: /f /t /im Steam.exe
View AudioManager.cs
using System;
using System.Runtime.InteropServices;
// ReSharper disable SuspiciousTypeConversion.Global
// ReSharper disable InconsistentNaming
namespace VideoPlayerController
/// <summary>
/// Controls audio using the Windows CoreAudio API
/// from: