Tell me if you’re in the same situation. You have a workstation that cannot support the technology stack your project requires. Having VMs or Docker installed on your machine is out of the question since it can barely support office software. You end up building a development machine(perhaps an Ubuntu box) as a desktop server. This works well for a while until you need to access your code base remotely. Luckily there’s a number of ways you can facilitate this setup.
Hosting a project wiki or a personal blog on Github is very easy with github-pages and static site generators like Jekyll. You will end up with a site hosted on , if you’re happy with that then skip the rest of this article. If you want more or just curious about the steps then keep reading.
If you work with Linux or Unix-like operating systems like Ubuntu or the MacOS, you might be familiar with Bourne-Again Shell or BASH for short. This article will show you that with a little elbow grease, you can have your BASH prompt work for you and heck maybe have a little fun with it.
I had a struck of inspiration earlier this week. I’ve always wanted to make this webapp that has been playing in my mind for a while and I finally had some ideas to start on. Of course, like any of my projects, the first thing I do is research. First in my list was a workflow to streamline development. It’s been a while since I modified my workflow and so I thought it was time for a change.