Great read, even if you are past 30. 50 is the new 30, right? 30 things to do before you’re 30 Advertisements Continue reading 30 things to do
As somebody who started coding in the early 90’s I of course picked up Perl. I used it for web CGI applications and wrote a tone of data analytics apps in it and of course it’s been my glue for Unix sys admin work. Feeling the pressure of being an “old timer” in the eyes of younger peers I have not stopped learning new languages. … Continue reading Time to move on from Perl?
We migrated off SVN to Bitbucket (YES!) which gives us great integration with our Jira setup plus it took care of some issues we were having with SVN. I spend the vast majority of my time on my 12.9 inch iPad Pro using Textastic as my editor of choice. Textastic plays very well in split screen mode with my SSH client and now that we … Continue reading Bitbucket , Git and the iPad Pro
I found a new SSH client that Has quickly become my go-to: Prompt 2 from Panic I’ve tried about 3 or 4 other SSH clients on my iPad, but this one does the best job of copy/paste of terminal text, plus the clips feater is awsome. Clips are short commands that when selected are pasted into the window. I use them for routine shell commands, … Continue reading SSH Clients
In my day job I’ve been able to migrate most of my work to the iPad…. Honestly now about 90% or more of my work is done on my iPad Air 2 with a bluetooth keyboard. I love the the mobility, long battery life and frankly everything just simply works easily. I use Pages, Keynote and Numbers for my office suite and they nor … Continue reading CAD on the iPad