A customized set of dotfiles can vastly increase your command-line productivity and happiness. In this tutorial, we'll be setting up a dotfiles repository and bootstrapping it using dotbot.
EC2 UserData code blocks only run when an EC2 starts up for the first time. Rerunning this code can be useful for troubleshooting purposes. I go through how to view, verify, and execute your EC2's UserData.
Managing and remembering the commands for multiple version managers can be cumbersome. Asdf is a polyglot version manager that supports a large number of languages. This means remembering only one set of commands for all of your version management needs.
Tech podcasts are a great way to stay on top of everything going on in the software development industry. This is my list for Summer 2020.
The backup and restore of your Visual Studio Code extensions are simple tasks from the command line. I go through the commands and also create a script to easily make use of them.
C# is an extremely powerful language but for small, simple tasks it tends to be a bit overkill. dotnet-script aims to alleviate the friction. It allows C# code to be run script files - no compile step, no csproj file, and no Main method.
With the advent of "Linux on Chromebooks", Chromebooks are now viable machines for lightweight development. Here are my experiences after using a Chromebook for development after 1 year.
Establishing CI is a crucial step to building mature applications. In this post, we will go through how to utilize GitLab CI and create a pipeline that will build and test your .NET Core application.
Cucumber is a powerful test framework that allows tests to be fronted by plain English allowing developers, testers, and business stakeholders to better communicate and collaborate. In this post, we will create a basic Cucumber suite in TypeScript.