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This site is dedicated to providing upto date, accurate development information
There are many online sources that contain outdated or just flat out mis-information. We know we can’t do any thing about all of those bad actors but we can at least do our best in our own domain to keep information current

 

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Updates:

04-09-2019 - Updated Acronyms Page

When dealing with technology, it definitely comes with its fair share of tech jargon and acronyms.

To help make heads or tail of the never ending list of acronyms in tech, we’ve started a reference page. To be totally honest, I started this lookup table for my own usage because of the overwhelming usage, but if it helps me, its bound to help someone else.

This should help you decode any thing from documentation to online guides where the author is under the believe that whoever can use the most acronyms and least amount of words wins.

You can check it out here: A Acronym Reference For Humans

04-02-2019 - Link to Linux Tips & Tricks page

Check out our Linux Tips & Tricks Page!

These tips & tricks feature some useful features and commands that you can utilize in Linux that you may have never heard of.

 

04-06-2019 - Updated BASH Tips & Tricks Page

Got Some BASH tips for ya’ll: BASH Tips & Tricks!

Just created the start of what will be the basis of our tips & tricks pages.

This is a sample of the study card style that we are shooting for for these kinds of tidbits of information.

Please keep in mind that this is currently under active development and we are creating a system that will allow a way to search and organize these study notes based on your personal preference.

 

02-12-2019 - Going to move “ranty” posts to personal blog

Since some of my posts have been kind of ‘ranty’, and I want to keep this site as informative as possible without obfuscating that information with my opinions, I am in the process of moving those ‘opinionated’ pieces to my personal blog: brando.blog  

Now, with that said…I will still link to those posts that document my frustrations with current trends in the IT industry and I feel (my opinion once again) that these are important subjects that need to be addressed.  

Those type of posts are a better fit there because…we’ll they’re after all my personal opinions and they belong on my personal blog where I have more freedom to express my frustrations with the tech industry.
 

We started this blog to document the correct procedures for various development tasks and methods. The Internet is filled with enough opinion-based mis-information. I want to keep this site as clean and to the point as possible..  

Due to the nature of these issues though, they are highly susceptible to one having strong opinions and those discussions are best left off this platform and better suited on my personal blog where they can be discussed without compromising in integrity of the information we are trying to provide here.