Building a Hackintosh Pro

If Apple made a mini tower that was upgradable and could take a full sized graphics card (or two), I’d have purchased it in a heartbeat. However, they don’t. There’s no doubt that Apple has a refresh for the desktop market in the works, I just don’t know if it’s going to be enough to satisfy the creative market who seem to be slowing migrating to Windows.
Maybe Apple have been waiting for the recently released Ryzen CPUs from AMD? Or maybe they are just waiting for WWDC to announce their new pro desktop machines, either way, I really hope they get it right this time. A modern cheese grater Mac would make a lot of professionals very, very happy.
I’ve used Macs for the last 20+ years, and in recent years I’ve also had a gaming PC at home. This is nice, but having to find room for both machines, along


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How We Engineered CMS Airship to Be Simply Secure

CMS Airship is a Free Software content management system (available on Github) that we introduced to the world last year.
We chose to build CMS Airship for two reasons:
The population of online publishers that need a content management system significantly dwarfs the population of web designers or software developers.
The existing content management systems offered inadequate security and neglected to cultivate a culture that promotes better security practices. (Often, they sacrifice security entirely in pursuit of adoption and market share.)
Although we have tried for years (and will continue to try) to improve the security posture of other open source CMS platforms, we believe that truly democratized publishing is only possible if a secure-by-default option is available today.

How can we be certain that CMS Airship is secure?

The rest of this post is dedicated to answering this question in detail. There is one thing we want you to keep in mind as you read


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