How to Setup Data Backups for Cheap

It’s pretty amazing to learn that the majority of our peers, developers and even some businesses don’t have the habit of backing up their precious data. Those nomad days are now over, I will outline several “free” services to backup your photos and videos and also, some pretty cheap ways to backup your data locally […]

Search a Git Repo Like a Ninja

We have to admit it, git has become the de facto tool in the open source ecosystem. How many projects are now only on Github? Why do the open source communities only swear now by this tool, instead of the well known Subversion and CVS? Simply because git is much more powerful and quickly became […]

Simple Words for a Git Newbie

For most of us, when we work with a new tool, there’s a process of learning the right vocabulary and the best steps to make things happen; this while we try to keep the best attitude. Not very long ago, I learned how to use Git and it was a little bit painful. I read […]

Updating Your Shell With Homebrew

If you haven’t manually updated your version of Bash or Zsh on OS X, chances are it’s out-of-date. Here’s how to install the latest version and keep your shell updated using Homebrew. OS X ships with an outdated version of Bash as its default shell. The preinstalled version dates back to 2007, and since then, […]