Because at least one person enjoyed my post about missing my Mac at work, I’m going to write about the things I think works better on my Mac, and why.
Managing network settings. This is not easy on any operating system, and I don’t think most users will understand more than picking the correct WiFi network.
When I open it on my Mac it’s fairly simple and one button and I can see everything I’d ever need to fix or debug something. In windows on the other hand I’m met with this wall of stuff, where it looks like some comité have tried to make it less technical without making it better for anyone.
Unless you can make it easier for someone, don’t make stuff less technical just because someone told you to do that.
I’ll write more about this at some point. But some thoughts about Powershell after being “forced” to use it at work. It is great for writing powerful scripts like a normal program. Makes a lot more sense in this regard than most shells. But I think it’s horrible as a shell.
My mum had to let our family dog of 11 years go yesterday.
Tom Waits didn’t want to grow up, Nemi never did.
Testing out a new lightning to headphone dongle; the one from belkin with a mini jack and a lightning port for charging. I prefer it to the apple one, even though it’s a lot larger, the main thing for me is the charging, but also that the cable isn’t so thin that it can break at any point
After eight years of consuming all the podcasts I could find, I’ve deleted almost all of my subscriptions, and I enjoy primarily listening to other stuff like music and audiobooks; and spending more time watching movies and shows.
The only things in redux you have to use is at least one reducer and pass it or them (with combine reducers) to createStore. How you subscribe, what to and how you pass events is up to you
Because of how much easier it is to manage a lot of projects in Emacs than anything else one of my goals of 2019 is to get into a workflow of using it as much as possible at work.
I’m going to try to not use Visual Studio at all at least until the end of the month and maybe longer if it works out.
There are many reasons to why I think Rider is a lot better than Visual Studio; like it starting much faster, being faster in general on most larger projects. But the killer feature is the C# REPL.