Mon 15 May 2023

Using ox-hugo To Build Websites with Emacs

This article explains in detail the process of setting up a bare-bones website using Hugo and Org mode. My goal in writing this is to provide readers with a superior understanding of the fundamentals of this workflow. It is by no means an exhaustive explanation of Org mode or Emacs, but should give readers of any skill level a strong foundation to apply their own knowledge and techniques to the Emacs-Hugo toolchain.

Source: Using ox-hugo To Build Websites with Emacs, an article by Ken Grimes.

How Does a TLS Handshake Work?

A TLS handshake is the process that kicks off a communication session that uses TLS. During a TLS handshake, the two communicating machines (generally client and server) exchange messages to acknowledge each other, verify each other, establish the cryptographic algorithms they will use, and agree on session keys.

Source: How Does a TLS Handshake Work?, an article by Scott Carter.