There is plenty of stuff to do and not enough brains to break things. We are getting nobler in thoughts and weaker in action. Something has to change. Something has to give. So, I suggest, pick a damn thing and stick to it. ~ Something, I read

Recent Things

○ New Article is published - Storing dotfiles with Git - This is the way.
○ New Series is published - Add a dot in front of that file!.
○ The website is live ~ Sunday, 7 March 2022

Storing dotfiles with Git - This is the way

Shaping dotfiles takes time, patience, and consistent improvement. Undoubtedly, no one wants to lose all that hard work, and there is no argument against Git repositories being the best way to preserve and protect any source code files. Ultimately, any method for storing dotfiles uses a Git repository. You may be asking, why are we making such a big fuss about it if we use Git in the end?

7 minutes Read, Published on March 7, 2022

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Delete your setup script - Roger Roger

You may be new to using a shell and have little experience writing automation scripts, or you are a seasoned veteran with a great script to set up your machines. Either way, this piece will introduce a new way of automating the setup and other tasks. And hopefully, you will have a different perspective on this subject and significantly shorter automation scripts by the end of this article.

5 minutes Read, Published on March 20, 2022

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Articles are divine short coherent stories, cherry-picked from my experience and shaped in such a way to share some knowledge out of it.



When one is just not enough, “Series” comes to save the day. Series is a collection of articles on a broader topic which are organized into a sequence.


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