Every developer can benefit from using the command line. Whether you use it to bounce between projects or create complex scripts, getting familiar with the command line can drastically improve your workflow.
Sometimes time spent reinventing the wheel results in a revolutionary new rolling device. But sometimes it just amounts to time spent reinventing the wheel.
I’m a huge fan of The Setup, a website that interviews people from different fields and asks them what hardware and software they use. I’ve discovered some great tools from reading these interviews so I’ve decided to share my setup.
Tools amplify your talent. The better your tools, and the better you know how to use them, the more productive you can be.
Sometimes I want to leave my computer and be notified when a script finishes. After playing around with a few solutions, I found one that works well!
After experimenting with a few blogging platforms, I’ve decided to switch to Jekyll.
I cloned the repo and within minutes found myself bearded, in a coffee shop, listening to music that hasn’t even been released yet.