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Stephen Wood
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Devops engineer at Moz, amateur photographer, and aspiring farmer.
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Hello! My name is Stephen Wood. I'm a computer nerd by trade working at Moz doing all sorts of nerdy and fun things. 

I live in Seattle, Washington where it does indeed rain a lot (but hey, at least all that time we spend indoors playing our guitars produces some pretty good musicians).
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We found our own little private beach at @ pebble beach.
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loving these gifs! keep em coming!
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It was perfect while we were there.
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I would love to be a bicycle cop! That would be tight. I would mod my bike with a collapsible lance though so I could charge after anyone fleeing from me.
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This is the beginning of hopefully many new posts with golang snippets. List all of your running (or pending) EC2 instances with Amazon's golang sdk. For a list of filters or instance attributes consult the official document...
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Find yourself generating a lot of random passwords? Here's a way to generate quick, random, and secure passwords on the command line: echo $(head -c 64 /dev/urandom | base64) $(date +%s) | shasum | awk '{print $1}' This co...
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Engagement celebrations with +Jesus McDonald and +Caroline Gardner 
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How exciting! Congratulations!!
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List running EC2 instances with golang and the aws-sdk-go
This is the beginning of hopefully many new posts with golang snippets. List all of your running (or pending) EC2 instances with Amazon's golang sdk. For a list of filters or instance attributes consult the  official documentation . package main import ( " ...
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Generate a unique, strong password on the command line (linux, mac osx)
Find yourself generating a lot of random passwords? Here's a way to generate quick, random, and secure passwords on the command line: echo $( head -c 64 /dev/urandom | base64 ) $( date +%s ) | shasum | awk ' {print $1} ' This command will read 64 bytes of r...
Find yourself generating a lot of random passwords? Here's a way to generate quick, random, and secure passwords on the command line: echo $(head -c 64 /dev/urandom | base64) $(date +%s) | shasum | awk '{print $1}' This co...
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I don't and have never needed to do this, but if I ever need to one day I'll be sure to try it out! I'll also make sure to reference this to peeps too ;)
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