Web Screenshots

Do you know that there is a plugin that can take a screenshot of a website you are browsing, either part of it or the whole page? If not, then let me tell you about Nimbus Screenshot, a little extension/plugin you can install on your Chrome or Firefox browser. Not only that it can make […]

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Linux command DRY

Bash can sometimes stun you, so let me teach you a little trick to make your life easier. And that is to Don’t Repeat Yourself (DRY for short). You probably use Linux for your day to day tasks, and most of the time, you have to deal with a lot of repeating commands, sometimes, painfully […]

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Checking differences in Git

Sometimes when we are done working on a file, or when we have the latest version of a file, we wonder what had changed. If we used SVN before, then we are probably familiar with: svn diff file1 svn diff -r 1234:1235 file1 The first command compares the latest change of the working copy of […]

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