Continuing our desire to be
lazy efficient and automate common tasks, this is about a little helper for any new golang projects we create.
It’s all too easy to just check out git repositories wherever you are at the time you want it. This becomes unweildy once you have a few repos on the go. This article combines laziness and structure to live a more organised (git repo) lifestyle.Continue reading Organised Git Checkouts
zsh configuration can be tricky or clunky, especially if you work on multiple different machines and want some level of consistency.
This is one possible solution to the problem.
Sometimes you’ll find you have a corrupt database on your media server. This article should get you back up and running.Continue reading Plex Database Repair on an NVIDIA SHIELD Pro
Some days you just need to clean up the mess made by Google Music Manager not recognising pre-existing files.Continue reading Google Music Cleanup
Proving that you made
git commits is useful. This article walks you through the steps needed to enable this behaviour.
Managing GPG keys is one of those things that’s far too easy to forget to keep on top of. Having Keybase as part of your toolset can save you from yourself.Continue reading GPG with Keybase
If you’re one of the rare people that prefers the
perl debugger over
warn() statements everywhere in your code you will benefit from a functioning command history in the debugger.