Most of my coding a few years back consisted of the following actions - Type slowly Type (a lot of) mistakes Use spaces and tabs to format. Get confused about loops and add ad-hoc spaces and tabs Curse my typing skills and the soul who invented spaces and tabs While formatting code was also becoming an interim ‘thought provoker’, it was simply too much typing.
The first thing you want to do when you setup SMTP server is to test it. (yep, I consider myself smart). When the SMTP server setup was ‘once in a blue moon’ process, I could afford to just set up the client through the local Outlook or any other mail client, through Gmail and such.
I have been a Powershell user since it was released in Windows 10. But, I had been switching between Powershell and Linux Bash - just so I can. Fish changed the world for me. It is unbelievable that I did not quite know Fish until late of Y2018. One of the positives of seeing a lot of developer videos is learning how other developers work.
The humble ‘cmd’ in Windows is good enough, but who ever can be satisfied with stuff that is ‘good enough’? tl;dr: Use cmder I am a Windows guy through and through, but had been an active user of Linux on my main desktop and servers. While servers are largely managed through SSH or even CPANEL today, I switched to Windows only after experiencing multiple issues with boot loaders.
“Be a teacher to become a better student”, said none. But it is true to a large extent. It certainly helps the guru, if not the student :) While I have created a few short courses in my lifetime, there was nothing substantial. I had been trying to investigate available options for an immediate requirement and my deep PhD level research is outlined below.
There are two primary things of interest from a communication perspective - One to one/many collaboration with team One to many collaboration with the world The tools outlined here are great from both perspectives, but choose your poison carefully. 1. Team I am sure you have a bunch of tools from your organization - but let’s be honest.
I worked with Oracle DB for a long time. Later I switched to MySQL, MariaDB, and a tiny bit of MongoDB. All the SQL databases I worked did not quite boast about exciting developer experiences. Oracle had SQLPlus, which was foresaken by everyone but a few diehards. Fortunately, we also had SQLDeveloper or Toad (to those who could afford that).
Backing up has been historically a pain. Most of the times I lacked the resources - either I don’t have the hardware or could not quite setup everything seamlessly. Previous Setup Create Synchronicity Light-weight, backup and synchronise. I include any folder that needs to be backed up to CS.
I am a developer (or an imposter who thinks he is a developer). A developer has to figure out solutions to problems, and sometimes carry the rest of the humanity along for the ride. I am unique in that - rest of the developers do that 99.99xxx99% of the time, and I fill in the gap.
I have written less than five eBooks in my life. I used Amazon to self-publish the book and have it for sale for two weeks now. The above statements by themselves should be a good indicator of how much I know about the topic of selling eBooks. But, I being me, cannot really “not write” about my fantastic research in the two weeks hence.
I had been a fan of LeanPub. The platform promises easy book authoring using Markdown, and distribute the book to a hungry audience. However, I am not a big fan of how Markdown is processed in LeanPub. Markua, the flavor (created &) preferred by LeanPub, is not completely aligned to how GitHub and others process the Markdown.
If you are like me: you will be creating dime-a-dozen websites that no one is going to read. .. or, care about. If you are like me, you would want to do that anyway. because.. why the hell not? All my websites (almost, all) have a logo associated. I am no designer and creating logos is a pain in the neck.
I was setting up content for a professional training company that I consult for. We have to do “something different” as compared to many others in the space. One such idea was to setup a closed user group for the course students. The said forum will enable students to discuss the course, ask questions, and connect with other students/faculty.