I will be using this area as a repository for my signatures. As I share packages, documents, and other items online, I want people to be able to confirm they came from me. You can find my public key for verification on my Keybase profile
|My official Resume.
|Machine Learning With Episerver
|I gave a talk at Episerver Ascend 2019. You can read the blog post about it.
In order to verify files, you need to have gpg installed. Once that's installed, you need to download my public key. It can be found here. Once you have it, you can run the following commands. The first will import the public key. The next will verify the file you specify:
gpg --import .\publickey.asc gpg --verify file file.sig
Once you verify, you should see output similar to the following.
gpg: Signature made Fri 06 Dec 2019 05:43:07 PM CST gpg: using RSA key XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX gpg: Good signature from "David Boland <firstname.lastname@example.org>"
As time goes on and things update, the key and signature files I provide may change. I will continually try to keep this page up to date with my most recent signatures. If you are interested in how to sign your own work as a dev, you can check out my blog post on the subject.