Dead links, huh!. Too many dead links? How do I test a bunch of URLs? Don’t worry I got you, I recently release areyouok a nice, portable and easy to use URL Auditor. Its built using Go and leverages go routines (literally the best form of concurrency).
Yesterday I completed my 2nd anniversary of Tech blogging, Yes my blog is now 2 years old 🎂 I started my website (& my blog) in Jan 2019, a few days after I got my first internship as a developer. This post is going to be a reminder for me on how far I have come.
Do you want to know when was a file/directory committed in your git repo?
Well here is
git log at your rescue!
So I recently switched my editor to Vim (last month to be exact), I will probably post my experience sometime later on. If you are interested I am documenting my vim journey (or cheatsheet) here.
I try to explain different ways a python project can be setup in 2020 using virtual environments without relying much on external utilities. Remember the goal is not to discuss about the good or bad practices of using envs but rather to show that there are other ways of doing things which can subtly improve your workflow and productivity as a python developer.
It’s the month of opensource so I thought why not share how I made my first pull request in Dec 2017 (& try to remember) what went down for my first ever contribution on github.
So a small life update ? I mean this could have been a twitter thread as well but you know I have started liking expressing my views like this moreover I wanted to remember this date ;)
At the time of writing this post, my brain might not be in the stable state (I am constantly questioning stuff) and No I am not depressed, neither I am procastinating. This post might feel like a rant, because partly in a way it is but ranting is (I think) good for your brain because.