Make might not be the be the answer to all the things, but in my fairly extensive experience using it to automate build tasks in a shell, it’s pretty damn good at what it does.
It’s been around for ages, and has been taking heat for almost that long for being overly complex. There’s a reason it’s still around, folks. Here’s some key features that forced my hand when considering alternatives.
Challenge: find a place you can’t install make. Seriously. Make is available everywhere from tiny embedded Alpine Linux to your daily laptop OS. …
I’ll forego the accents for the remainder of this piece. You’ll have to excuse me.
I’ve kept my resume in a variety of formats over the years, probably branching back to good old Microsoft Word & Times New Roman. Having been on the other side of the resume pile, I do think that some emphasis on visual appeal is warranted. Scanning through a hundred or so pages filled with miniscule serif text is the beginning of some of my nightmares… I recommend spicing things up with a bit of color, and maybe even a less traditional layout.
Having transcended the…
In the style of https://usesthis.com, which I occasionally find myself perusing, I thought I’d take a few minutes to detail the things that I use to get shit done.
I write things down in a two moleskine notebooks, a full sized and pocket sized in green. I’ve rigged some duct tape around the binding of the smaller book to hold my writing instrument on the go.
a software engineer.