Software development is a complex task and today it is characterized by the use of third-party libraries and frameworks. Unfortunately learning to use them may not be the best way to improve as a programmer. So what to do instead?
Here’s a cheatsheet for shell scripting including some tips and tricks, where and how to use it.
Sharing files is one of the oldest but also most delicate tasks on servers. If you would like to share your files in a simple but also pretty secure way, here is how to do it with SSH / SFTP.
Meetings are time-consuming and often frustrating - especially if there is not much outcome. Here are some tips and tricks I came across in the last years that may help you getting more efficient.
There is a lot of free software out there. Sometimes it may be hard to find the right tools for the right purpose. Here is a list of the best freeware and open source tools I could find.
Here’s a cheatsheet of useful shell shortcuts, that might be interesting for you.
Markdown is an easy way to write formatted and structured content in a simple text editor. It converts easily to various formats, such as HTML and is often used to publish github project documentation in form of a
README.md. Here is my personal cheatsheet.
In the last years I came across some really useful HTML and CSS tricks, I find really useful and that I would like to share with you.
The Unix shell is powerful. By writing shell scripts you can create a little toolbox - or even really advanced utilities to accomplish complex tasks. Anyway, here are some tricks, you might not know…