Hi all! When we explain someone about productivity, these 2 words hard-work and smart-work inevitably come into consideration. Did you ever think about it? I mean, what “smart-work” really is? How is it different from “hard work”? Keep the answer in your mind and keep reading.
Hello everyone! Ever wanted to write a shell script to automate a task in your project? For example, after cloning the project, do X task and then manipulate Y file, etc. For the same thing before, I used to write
shell script files. So that, after cloning the project a user may run those scripts and get the work done. But better than a shell script it is a good idea to add a makefile. Wondering? Keep reading.
Hello readers! Ever thought about the risk of loosing your USB drive having important data? You surely don’t want others to get that data without your permission. Right? In this case, encrypting your USB device is a recommended way to keep a security layer. Keep reading for a simple tutorial to encrypt USB drives with LUKS.
Hello! Just 10 days back, there was a time when I tweet this.
While I always found it difficult, some people say writing mock test is super easy. I think it’s time for me to code more modular.
After a week of making the tweet, I set myself to read the official documentation with patience. The more I read, the more I started liking the tool. In the end, I understand people were right in saying that “mock tests are easy”. Below is a quick overview of what I could understand of writing mock test cases.
Ever messed up with git repositories (who hasn’t)? Git stash may turn out to be a lifesaver. It has some really cool options. Let’s check them out! Continue reading “Git stash is really cool”
Hello everyone! Recently, I went to a Hackathon (HackVSIT) held at Vivekanand Institute of Professional Studies. Following are some memorable glimpses of the event.
Hello all! Today, we had an ansible session in #dgplug by trishnaguha. Before the session, I just had an idea about ansible, that it is used in sort of YAML deployment or something. But never really tried it before. It was a nice experience using ansible. Let me give you a quick wrap up of the session.