Interesting articles I've come across recently.
Protecting GitHub Repositories
Article by Mozilla on how they set up their GitHub Repositories to prevent malicious modification.
How to Read a Mathematics textbook
Article by David Maclver on his approach to reading a math textbook. The main idea is this: rather than attempting to read the textbook cover to cover, instead jump in to the sections that you are most interested/motivated to learn. A good textbook will have sufficient back references so that the reader is able to review any prerequisite sections.
A Few Thoughts on Cryptographic Engineering
Crypto blog by Matthew Green, cryptographer at Johns Hopkins University. His article "Why I'm done with Chrome" became popular after he criticized how Google Chrome would automatically pass through Google User credentials (from the user signed into the browser) to any Google website, thus logging you in automatically. It wasn't possible to disable this feature, and in light of the negative reception Google subsequently reverted the feature. His list of crypto resources is worth looking through.
Bristol University Crypto blog.
The authors of Sublime Text have created their own git client. There is a free version and it's well worth trying out.