Considering my last article was so popular, I felt it was only just to provide a follow-up to what some of my favorite Homebrew packages have been in the second half of 2020.
In my previous article on Homebrew, I highlighted some of my favorite packages such as htop, tldr, jq, ncdu, taskwarrior, and tmux.
In this article I’ll be highlighting some new packages released since my last published article, and also some hidden gems I may have glossed over or missed. So without further ado, here’s Part 2 of my list of top Homebrew packages of 2020.
Earlier this year I wrote about the 3 main disruptive trading platforms most Millenials are using. You can learn more about those platforms by reading the earlier post. What I want to focus on here are the major changes Robinhood has implemented since my last post, and where Robinhood stacks up against M1 Finance and WeBull amongst my favorite brokers.
For this particular topic, WeBull is, unfortunately, lacking in both automated investments and fractional shares. If your goal is for automated investments, then don’t bother. …
The year is 2020 and the State of the Cloud is strong. Some might say not only is the state of the cloud strong, but it’s also more present and critical than ever before.
Thanks to the Coronavirus, the world has seen a massive shift to adopting SaaS and Cloud services overnight. Many companies who took the initial steps earlier to adopt the cloud last decade have a leg up on their competition, while the laggards who continued to rely on their on-premise infrastructure are struggling to find ways to connect their employees to their company resources.
Moving to the…
If you’ve read any of my prior pieces, it’s not news how much I despise using GUIs of any kind. I advocate anyone who wants to improve productivity to lay off GUIs and start utilizing CLI utilities as much as possible.
Most Mac and Ubuntu users understand the power of utilizing tools such as Terminal to perform batch operations in quick and efficient commands, such as
Those are useful, but what if you want to go to the … next level?
In the most simple terms, a user’s
.bash_profile is a placeholder for commands that…
Hindsight is 20/20, and it’s always easy to look back and think about what you’d do differently. If I can do anything, I’d love to help anyone learning to code by gently guiding them on a path to success.
I know everyone has their own style or way of doing things, and the idea anyone can follow your path and have the same results is silly. But many people can learn from others who’ve already experienced a path, so I often like to share my experiences for others to learn from.
Tech is one of those industries where many professionals…
One of the main reasons I love and continue to stick with macOS is because it’s based on Unix. Having macOS run on Unix has made the transition to Linux much more seamless and I also just find the Unix filesystem more intuitive over Windows and PowerShell.
With that being said, macOS’s version of Unix (Darwin) doesn’t come without its flaws. For instance, where the heck is the package manager?
Well, this is where Homebrew comes in, but before we go down that rabbit hole, let’s…
The year is 2020 and there’s never been a better time than right now to get ahold of your financial future and begin investing.
In this post, I’ll help you earn 3 free stock shares as well as $20 in cash by opening these three stock brokerage accounts. And while not every brokerage may be a good fit, they’re all offering free money or stocks so might as well get that money!
Thanks to technology, smartphones, and the cloud, almost anyone from anywhere, can invest in markets. Whether it’s trading stocks, hopping into crypto, or robo-investing, the fintech market has…
Hello and thanks for joining me in part 2 of Breaking Into IT and Tech With No Experience.
In part 2 of Breaking Into IT and Tech With No Experience, I’ll be highlighting my top five YouTube channels when it comes to tech.
While we all learn in different ways, it’s hard to deny the value of a good YouTube playlist. …
Amazon Simple Storage Service, widely known as Amazon S3, is a highly scalable, fast, and durable solution for object-level storage of any data type. Unlike the operating systems we are all used to, Amazon S3 does not store files in a file system, instead it stores files as objects. Object Storage allows users to upload files, videos, and documents like you were to upload files, videos, and documents to popular cloud storage products like Dropbox and Google Drive. This makes Amazon S3 very flexible and platform agnostic.
Objects also hold and store metadata which we will cover in detail later.
I recently wrote about my experience going from IT to DevOps. After sharing that post, I got a bunch of requests to share how I broke into IT with little to no experience.
It’s great that so many people want to be involved in tech and with coding, but with so much information out there it’s easy to get lost in a sea of information.