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Victor Quinn 76

@victorquinn

Software architect and engineering leader. Head of Engineering @Knotel and Instructor at Columbia Engineering Coding Boot Camp. Formerly @Spring & @SocialRadar

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That’s a fair concern, though given the way they use your password as an encryption key for the passwords they’d need to be compromised and have my password which I suspect is unlikely.

That said…

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+1 to 1Password, it's just so nice to have 2fa in the same place and not have to worry about it. It's a feature I find many 1Password users are surprised exists because it's not super easy to find in…

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We use Confluence for knowledge management and want to keep that as the source of truth for company knowledge but would like it better integrated into Slack. We’ve trialed Guru and Obie and they both…

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It's brand new, but I've really enjoyed using Github Actions.

I think they did a really great job with it overall and it's been really nice to work with. Having it integrated and part of the Github…

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8 months ago

Emacs!

I use it for code and am a really heavy org-mode user for notes, todos, and generally recording all of my thoughts. I have a repo called knowledge in which I have dozens of org-mode files…

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8 months ago

Emacs Org Mode

I have a whole personal knowledge repository based on linked Org Mode files and keep all of my todo items in there. Each morning I add a new bullet point for the day and spend some…

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9 months ago

As you can imagine from my response to #4 it doesn't entirely but it is the best off-the-shelf solution I've found.

I'd definitely suggest giving it a whirl if you're looking for a personal task…

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9 months ago

What are you working on that you’re most excited about? We are taking on the mortgage industry which is a long-entrenched, messy, and highly regulated industry. There is a lot of room for improvement…

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Not much! It's been my primary password manager for almost a decade. I suppose if I had to pick one, the Firefox extension behaves oddly when 1Password is connected to multiple team accounts…

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It stores and encrypts all of my passwords so I never have to remember any of them and they are all auto-generated 64 character (or whatever the longest password any service will accept) and unique so…

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