So I have been working on this little tool called ugit (and was finally able to release a stable version), the goal is to make it easier for beginner to intermediate git users to undo their last (accidental) git command. Because we are not perfect and commit mistakes.
grep is a life-saver for many but it is not so good with terminal UX, in this short tutorial I share some tips that can help make your grep experience a bit more pleasant!
I recently wrote a python script to surf the web (see search results) directly into the terminal.
Its time to increase your horsepower and write code faster than before. In this tutorial I will cover how to setup and use code-snippets in Vim or NeoVim for Go, Python, Bash and Markdown (since I deal with them everyday)
Converting videos to GIFs using ffmpeg is a pain in the ass if you don’t know what’s happening. GIF size getting 10x the size of original video ? Don’t worry, I got you!
make in Vim/NeoVim can be a handy utility if you want to quickly build, run & debug programs. The make command is governed by the program set in
Apart from not loading shit ton of plugins, there are some other tricks that can be used to make Vim more faster:
Embedding static files in 2021 has become a bit easier since the release of Go 1.16. The new release comes with a new module
embed which provides a handy set of interface and methods to attach static file in go binaries