Category: Life: Work and Techy

  • Windows 10 OpenSSH – Storing keys using the SSH agent

    This article is the second of a series I’ve written about migrating from using PuTTy on Windows to using the native OpenSSH client now available on Windows 10: you can read the rest of the articles via: Installation Storing keys using the SSH Agent < You are here Importing existing keys Creating a new public/private […]

  • Windows 10 OpenSSH: Migrating from PuTTy: Installation

    How to migrate from using the excellent PuTTy client to using the Windows 10 native OpenSSH SSH and key management tools.

  • Smart Meters (1/2): Why you shouldn’t get one

    Quite a few electricity and gas companies in the UK are ‘encouraging’ customers to get smart meters installed, but here are a few reasons why perhaps you should turn down these optional meters. I don’t necessarily agree or disagree with any/all of these points (in fact, I’ve also done a list of reasons why you […]

  • Smart Meters (2/2): Why you should get one

    As a counter-argument to my previous post as to why you shouldn’t get a smart meter for your electricity and gas, here’s a list of reasons why you perhaps should. I would suggest though waiting for your supplier (I use Bulb Energy and do recommend them – plus if you switch with my affiliate link […]

  • NodeJS : UnhandledPromiseRejection handling

    Are you programming Node JS Javascript and reached the dreaded: (node:1984) UnhandledPromiseRejectionWarning: Unhandled promise rejection (rejection id: 1): xxxxx (node:1984) DeprecationWarning: Unhandled promise rejections are deprecated. In the future, promise rejections that are not handled will terminate the Node.js process with a non-zero exit code. but can’t figure out where the Promise is in NodeJS […]