It has now been 10 years since I've been working as a Software Engineer and I wanted to take some time to do a little self reflection on how I got to where I am today.
Authority is a fantastic sequel to Annihilation, giving us an inside look into the machinations of The Southern Reach; an old outpost outside of Area X, and the secretive government organization that runs it. It follows the story of its new Director appointed to investigate what happened to the prior expedition, his predecessor, and uncover anything he can about the mysterious Area X.
I was recently looking into learning more about certain algorithms. One GitHub repo led to another and I instead ended up learning about some simple ciphers used throughout human history.
Annihilation is a captivating story about exploring the unknown, self discovery, and survival. It is less a story and more a personal account of a biologist’s experiences once she enters what is known as Area X. A mysterious coastal territory, Area X is the epicenter of some great natural calamity
There are generally a core set of tools you carry with you regardless of the system you're working in; Git, Yarn, npm, etc. In this article I'll show you how to keep all of your systems' tooling synced.
So you're a people manager and you've found your groove, but you're finding it hard to get actionable feedback from your team. I'd like to share a simple strategy to ensure you and your team members are always on the same page.
Syncing your dotfiles between systems shouldn't be a hassle. In this walk-through I'll show you how you can use Git and a simple, yet power Bash script to easily sync your dotfiles between multiple systems.