Articles in the Tutorials category

  1. Using Git on a Chromebook

    tl;dr sgit + arc welder = git on chromebook

    Anyone who has used a Chromebook knows the downsides of doing so. As a standard user, there probably aren't many, unless you're an iPhone user or a Microsoft Office user (though even Office has online web app versions of its products). As …

  2. Progressive Web Apps

    For the longest time, I've wanted to get into Android development. While I haven't yet taken the time to learn Java and get to it, I have been looking into progressive web apps. They're actually rather exciting. Essentially, they seek to make web apps feel like native apps, to improve …

  3. Vim and Vundle

    For the longest time, I have neglected to put my vim configuration under some sort of version control. I suppose it's not been a top priority for me to maintain the configuration that I've taken so much care to set up until now. Since I started using vim about a …

  4. Geeko in the Terminal!

    In this mini-tutorial, I'm going to show you how to customize the prompt to have a colorful Geeko greet you each time you open up the terminal. For someone who spends the majority of their day in the terminal like myself, it's fun to customize it. I personally use zsh …

  5. Fresh Starts

    I have a tendency to play around with my system, which has been both very good and very bad for me. On one hand, I have learned so much from tinkering and inspecting files and breaking things, that I probably would not have otherwise learned. On the other hand, I …

  6. Mysterious Issues on my Site

    For the past couple of weeks, I'd noticed that my site was randomly crashing due to MySQL failing on the server. In case any of you saw it, this is what was causing the "Error establishing connection to database" page (which I will customize for the future when I have …

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