Are you lacking valuable disk space? Don’t want to, or maybe you cannot, buy more? There are some magic tricks that you can pull out of your magic memory hat to reduce the disk usage. Here are some of these tricks that you can do… Uninstalling applications Reducing the size of the winsxs folder Reducing […]
Have you ever wondered how to show the line numbers in your vim editor? The solution is quite easy. Find and open your .vimrc file, usually in your home directory. Add the following code snippet to the file set numberset number To remove the line numbering simply write the following instead set nonumberset nonumber
As in any other profession, knowing your tools is the key for successfully doing your job. A chef without knives or a painter without a brush find it much harder to perform their job successfully and the same goes for a professional software developer. One such tool that a professional software developer should be aware […]
Just read an interesting blog post on a successful git branching model by Vincent Driessen. It covers most of the needs I’ve encountered working with different SCM’s and should be applicable to most SCM’s, at least on a higher level.
I have noted that there are a number of VIM commands that are essential for VIM beginners. There are several good beginners guide to use VIM, vim tutorials and vim cheat sheets but never the less here are a few of them that I’ve found to be good to know.. File commands Command Description / […]
This post lists software tools I use more or less frequently. 7-Zip is a file archiver application which supports a wide range of formats. Agent Ransack is a file searching utility. PuTTY is a terminal emulator application which can act as a client for the SSH, Telnet, rlogin, and raw TCP computing protocols and as […]