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Install and Configure OpenVPN Server on Linux (debian/ubuntu)

From The VPN is very often critical to working within a company. With working from home being such a popular draw to many industries, it is still necessary to be able to access company folders and hardware that exists within the LAN. When outside of that LAN, one of the best ways to gain that access is with the help of a VPN. Many VPN solutions are costly, and/or challenging to set up and manage. Fortunately, for the open source/Linux community, there is a solution that is actually quite simple to set up, configure, and manage. OpenVPN is that solution and here you will learn how to set up the server end of that system. What Is Needed I will be setting OpenVPN up on a Ubuntu 11.04, using Public Key Infrastructure with a bridged Ethernet interface. This setup allows for the quickest route to getting OpenVPN up and running, while maintaining a modicum of security. The first ste

Article: 7 erreurs courantes des managers inexpérimentés - Techniques de l'Ingénieur

Les 7 erreurs communément rencontrées chez les managers inexpérimentés : 1. Ils cherchent plus à être aimés que respectés. Imaginez que – pour une raison quelconque et à 3 jours de la d … Envoyé via Flipboard Pascal Fares

Is Coding the New Literacy?

Mother Jones (06/16/14) Tasneem Raja   Teaching basic coding literacy to all students in public schools could help realize a diversity of talent that would transform society as profoundly as reading and writing once did. Although recent coding pushes have led some to believe everyone needs to learn the specifics of programming languages, this level of detail might not be as relevant as learning the fundamentals of what computers can do. Computational thinking might surpass coding skills in importance to useful applications of technology in today's society. Microsoft's Jeannette Wing popularized the term computational thinking, which she says is not limited to programmers and encompasses "solving problems, designing systems, and understanding human behavior." Knowing how to write code is useless without an appropriate goal toward which to apply it. "Unless you can think about the ways computers can solve problems, you can't even know how to ask the questions