Author Archives: Koveras
Well, that hasn’t been long, has it? Less than a year after I’ve posted my list of required security add-ons for Firefox, Mozilla went and invalidated almost all of it with the Firefox Quantum (FFQ) update that rendered most of … Continue reading
As a long-time fan of BioWare games, I have, historically, not been very happy about with the direction it took since its 2007 acquisition by Electronic Arts, given that publisher’s well-documented history for gobbling up and shutting down game developer … Continue reading
I’m often asked which security add-ons I’d recommend for new Firefox users. This post exists so I don’t have to say the same thins every time and can instead refer everyone to it. 🙂 Here are five that I consider … Continue reading
I’ve spent a lot of time trying to figure out the title question out yesterday, and decided that I might as well post the solution here as a helpful hack. The backstory here is that I’m using the AdBlock Firefox … Continue reading
A long, long time ago, in a galaxy far away, my website was hosted under the domain name Koveras.net. Then life happened and I lost the ownership of it, having to settle for Koveras.org instead–which has really bugged me ever … Continue reading
Just as a quick heads-up: my main site (koveras.net) has finally been updated to a modern CMS engine, namely, Joomla!. And just for the laughs, I have archived some parts of the old website under legacy.koveras.org.
Have you ever wondered which computer language gives the highest salary to computer programmers? Programmers are very much in-demand now, earning around $100,000 a year, thanks to the boom of mobile adoption.
Recently, I have come across a series of YouTube videos by one Keith Burgun, presenting his ideas on (video) game design. While I do not necessarily agree with all of his conclusions, I do find his insight into many aspects … Continue reading