A rebuttal to "Dear Github".
GoodReads Summary: This cookbook is for beginners or intermediate Linux users who want to master writing Bash shell scripts. Intermediate/advanced users, system administrators, developers, and programmers can use it as a reference when they face problems while coding. Each recipe contains step-by-step instructions about everything necessary to execute a particular task. The book is designed so that beginners can read it from start to end while advanced users can just open it at any chapter and start following the recipes as a reference. It covers most of the commands on Linux with a variety of use cases accompanied by plenty of examples and guides you on implementing some of the commonest Linux commands with recipes that handle operations or properties related to files like searching and mining inside a file with grep. It also shows how utilities like sed, awk, grep, and cut can be combined to solve text processing problems. The focus is on saving time by automating activities with a few lines of script.
Using the example Couchbase to show how REST works.
When the culture goes against agile.
Found a piece of code I wrote 2 years ago, following a lot of linters. I'm amazed how readable the code still is.
GoodReads Summary: How did a 75-year old actor from Star Trek become a social media juggernaut? Why does everything he posts spread like wildfire across the ether, with tens or even hundreds of thousands of likes and shares? And what can other sites, celebrities and companies do to attain his stratospheric engagement levels, which hover or top 100 percent while theirs languish in the single digits?
GoodReads Summary: Earth itself is a backwater. The bulk of humanity's resources are in the hands of the Colonial Defense Force. Everybody knows that when you reach retirement age, you can join the CDF. They don't want young people; they want people who carry the knowledge and skills of decades of living. You'll be taken off Earth and never allowed to return. You'll serve two years at the front. And if you survive, you'll be given a generous homestead stake of your own, on one of our hard-won colony planets.
GoodReads Summary: Six days ago, astronaut Mark Watney became one of the first people to walk on Mars.
Now, he’s sure he’ll be the first person to die there.