Recently I installed linux and had to install my development setup. It wasn't until then that I realized how much it has grown. Some of the stuff I am using right now is Fedora distro, alacritty terminal, neovim (for the most part, intellij for java), tmux, and some extensions/tweaks for linux.
I bought a new laptop to use for gaming and development, and now that I left SAP, apparently I have to buy my own stuff. Additionally, as I'll be moving to the States I want something powerful and portable. These are the tweaks I made.
Switching between split panes in Visual Studio Code Vim style. Easy, convenient, and if you're using the CAPs Lock remap you gonna want to copy this into your VSCode shortcuts.
There is not much description required... I've been using vim shortcuts lately... I guess you knew that by the title
How to create a Switch Round Robin Tournament - what initially seemed like an interesting little exercise turned out to be a combinatoric disaster!!
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Philosophy behind wages. How much do you think your company pays you?
Great piece of knowledge on the difference between familiarity and skill
I can't believe how much I missed out on this one... I suppose better late than never.
Reminder for myself, I always get the 'this' scope between regular function and arrow functions mixed up
Today I learned the most horrible dog fact
What is functional programming? A reflection on a series of sessions I hosted for my colleagues
My favorite music playlist for coding
I am very excited to present my first ever blog!