Category Archives: Utilities

Time to Organize the Book Collection!

I consider my book collection to be pretty large. I make genuine efforts to read through all my books, but by the time I finish one book, I’ve bought two more. While I like curling up with just one book … Continue reading

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I'd use Linux, but it doesn't have the applications I want…

The biggest complaint I hear about Linux is that people can’t find applications that they need to be productive. Well, if you know where to look, you can find a replacement for nearly every Windows application out there. To make … Continue reading

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I’m So Sick of Testing and Sorting Through Logs by Hand

Software testing is a very important part of releasing any product. After all, no one wants a big buggy product. (Especially when it can ruin your whole mission.) On the other hand though, testing software is boring. I’d much rather … Continue reading

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Who would have thought Sublime Text was so, well, sublime!

A few days ago, I wrote about my Quest for the Perfect Editor. Well, the quest is over, with Sublime Text being a clear winner. I’ve used it as my main editor these past few days to give it a … Continue reading

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Quest for the perfect text editor

No matter what language you program in, you probably use some type of text editor (or IDE) to write your code. There are a ton of choices out there. I’m sure we each have our own opinions on what is … Continue reading

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Sick of installing software over and over by hand? Then don't do it!

When releasing a new product, it’s a good idea to test it on all platforms and configurations your product supports. Obviously, right? Well, not everyone does this. While it’s important to try your product on every¬† configuration, it’s also tedious … Continue reading

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