Sending Messages to Users on a Server

Programmers are inherently idiosyncratic creatures, in my opinion. These idiosyncrasies manifest can spawn both innovation and stagnation in our coding practices. But I have recently been met with idiosyncrasies that have caused some Bad Coding HabitsTM in some of my teammates that none of my attempts to address have seemed…

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Clearing Your Shell With Only the Return Key

I am a die hard command line user. I am not highly opinionated on whether or not everyone else should be working solely out of the command line, but my own personal idiosyncrasies kind of demand it -- I hate having multiple windows open. This means, I use a lot…

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How I Learned to Love tmux

My coworker, Paul and I were discussing the virtues of tmux a few days ago and both of us were at a loss at to why it was useful. tmux brands itself as a "terminal multiplexer". It gives you the ability to have multiple terminals instances opened at once without…

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Creating a Git Repository Remotely

I have been banging my head on my keyboard for quite some time trying to figure out why using git push origin master has never seemed to work for me when trying to push the few local repos I have to github via the command line. I knew I was…

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Collision Conf 2016 - Day 2

This recap is coming several days late, but day two of the conference was amazing! The second day's talks were much more relevant to my work as a developer and I remained incredibly engaged the whole time. I basically lived at the Builders Stage! So many great talks that were…

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