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
|Resume||Resume.docx||Resume.docx.sig||My official Resume.|
|Machine Learning With Episerver||Machine-Learning-with-Episerver.pptx||Machine-Learning-with-Episerver.pptx.sig||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 can run the following command:
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 <email@example.com>"
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.