In response to a lot of listener demand, this episode is devoted to the 1Password password manager. Versions of 1Password are available for Windows, MacOS, iOS, watchOS, Android and other operating systems, as well as extensions for most browsers. With 1Password, you can enjoy the peace of mind of having a unique password for every site you visit. You can share the app with your family, and store other data securely in its vaults. It's totally accessible and reputable.
1Password for iOS 13 have been out for quite a while, and a lot of people were missing the same ease-of-use that 1Password offers on the Mac. Like it did on the Mac, 1Password for iOS can generate strong passwords for you using hardware encryption. Better yet, you can now easily use 1Password on your iPad too!
I'm a big advocate of Raspberry Pi, and can't recommend it enough. However, it's definitely not without its quirks, and one of them is how you install software. The Raspberry Pi is little more than a glorified computer in a chunk of junk plastic, with a processor and memory you can count on not frying. Fortunately, mounting a hard drive and installing software is an easy process. This video shows you how to install XAMPP on a Raspberry Pi 3, but it's mostly the same process for any of my favorite Raspberry Pi flavors. I promise this is one of the easiest installs of any program of this type.
This episode is also special in that it's Pixie Coded's first Christmas episode. We wrap up the year with a look at all the things you've been working with throughout the year, and a thank you video from Mark. d2c66b5586