I’ve got a couple of Linux machines that need a transparent backup solution at home. Transparent as in - they should happen all the time, without asking, without notification, without any interaction. Ideally it shouldn’t run on the client either just to avoid issues with system updates. Making it…
You’re already writing decent commit messages. Let’s see if we can level you up
to awesome. Other developers, especially you-in-two-weeks and
you-from-next-year, will thank you for your forethought and verbosity when they
run git blame to see why that conditional is there.
Byobu is arguably the best way to manage “windows” inside the command line. It has other functions, but I’m not going to cover them in this post. This post will cover the basics of Byobu: creating new windows, naming them and resuming Byobu sessions.
Levinux (download ~18 MB) is a tiny virtual Linux server that runs from USB or Dropbox with a double-click (no install) from the desktop of a Mac, Windows or Linux PC—making it the perfect learning environment, and a great way to run & keep your code safe for life! Think of it as an introduction to old-skool “short stack” development—more relevant now then ever as Linux/Unix gets embedded into everything.