Did you know?.. When merging 2 divergent branches in Git, you perform a Recursive (or 3-Way) Merge. This involves the two branch tips and the common ancestor. This video shows you what that looks 👀 like.
VIM has a “find and replace” feature called string substitution: Here’s a quick introduction by me:
Keychain is actually a front-end to ssh-agent Old Way New Way Keychain will re-use your original ssh-agent. Not create a new instance per shell. Some of the images are not my own 🙂 Keychain Concepts Here I explain the concepts that make up ssh key authentication and keychain: Demonstration Here, I show you how toContinue reading “Benefit of Keychain over ssh-agent”
I read from @david_perell writing is as much discovery as it is refining your thinking. So true! I’m writing my script for a new YouTube video and what began as: “what do I talk about on this subject” is turning into: “Oh wait, I forgot about that” And “Ooh, and I forgot about this too”.Continue reading “Writing Lesson ✍️📃”
Here’s 2 ways to view the same state information with ‘systemctl’. Option A Option B
If you read plenty of personal development literature, you always here the concept of Personal Responsibility. But what does it REALLY MEAN and how do you practice this??? Here’s one way to ACTUALLY PRACTICE Personal Responsibility: Don’t focus on resources, focus on resourcefulness Can’t remember and too lazy to look up If you focus onContinue reading “What IS Personal Responsibility?”
Merge conflicts can show up when you do a ‘git-merge’ or a ‘git-rebase’: One way you can “anticipate” a git merge is with the ‘diff’ command Here’s some bash pseudo code using command substitution: Remember though ☝️ A diff will always yield results, that’s what a patch is.. The key is when the SAME LINESContinue reading “Git Merge Conflicts”
Part 2 takes what was introduced in Part 1 and expands upon it. I’ll show you how to create your own crontab file and some advanced syntax.