Coding

Getting Started With Python in Vscode

Getting Started With Python in Vscode

  • 2024-04-05
  • 2 minutes to read

This post will help you get started with Python in Vscode and identify some of the useful extensions to install.

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Addressing line feed issues between Macos and Windows in Git

Addressing line feed issues between Macos and Windows in Git

  • 2024-03-29
  • 4 minutes to read

Fixing line endings issues in projects when developers are contributing from Mac and Windows machines.

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How to run a powershell script as a Git hook

How to run a powershell script as a Git hook

  • 2024-03-09
  • 3 minutes to read

Ever wanted to run a powershell script as part of a Git Hook? Well you can! This post explains how you do it.

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Why does my markdown header not appear

Why does my markdown header not appear

  • 2024-03-03
  • 3 minutes to read

Sometimes my markdown headers don't work and I have ignored it and fixed it manually for way too long. Why is this happening?

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Get Computer Name Using Powershell

Get Computer Name Using Powershell

  • 2023-12-10
  • 1 minute to read

Getting the computer name using Powershell in a cross-platform way because I use a Mac and I like to be inclusive.

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A short list of Useful Git Commands

A short list of Useful Git Commands

  • 2023-09-12
  • 3 minutes to read

Here is a collection of useful advanced git commands that I use from time to time. I always forget them so I thought I would write them down and share them.

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Setting up ohmyposh on VSCode, Terminal & Tabby on macOS

Setting up ohmyposh on VSCode, Terminal & Tabby on macOS

  • 2023-08-06
  • 4 minutes to read

In this post I will explain how to configure ohmyposh on Mac in vscode, tabby and terminal for different shells.

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Renaming the Default Branch in Git

Renaming the Default Branch in Git

  • 2023-07-04
  • 2 minutes to read

The post explains how to update the name of the default branch of an existing repository hosted on Github.

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Git How to Create an Alias to Save Time

Git How to Create an Alias to Save Time

  • 2023-06-09
  • 3 minutes to read

How to use git aliases to call regularly used, or hard to remember commands. This approach will save having to store more things in your brain!

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How to Set Up Twitter Developer API for BluebirdPS

How to Set Up Twitter Developer API for BluebirdPS

  • 2022-11-23
  • 3 minutes to read

How to configure access to the Twitter API in order to make use of Twitter automation for Powershell.

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Gitignore not ignoring files as expected

Gitignore not ignoring files as expected

  • 2022-10-27
  • 3 minutes to read

Gitignore allows you to configure files you don't want to include in your commits, sometimes this doesn't function as expected, but why?

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Executing a powershell script stored as a gist

Executing a powershell script stored as a gist

  • 2020-11-07
  • 2 minutes to read

Find out how to fire off a chocolatey build from Powershell using a remote gist allowing for easy automation.

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