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Cover all the things

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This is one which has been on my list for a while. Coming from writing C# and being used to existing tooling and integrations with popular platforms to displ...

Got a package?

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We all know Linux has a lot more focus on CLI tooling compared to Windows. One of the things I like when working on Ubuntu, is that it notifies me of availab...

Sorry princess, my link is symbolic

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While going though tutorials about tooling on Linux, I often encountered the use of symbolic links. If you have no idea what these are about, it’s like a sho...

Don’t hate, educate! (Rant)

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I love Twitter, I really do. It connects me to people and opinions I might never come across otherwise and is a great source of inspiration and resources. Bu...

Sign commits on Windows using Keybase.io

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One of the things I never really did until now was sign my GitHub commits using a GPG key. Which is rather silly given the fact I have a Keybase.io account a...

Running the Pebble SDK on Windows

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Now that we are the coolest kids on the block thanks to the WSL, it’s possible to get some awesome stuff to work like a Pokemon GO bot (and get banned along ...

Get down with it

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I’m a sucker for cool CLI tools, I admit it. And people know this. Ever since I ditched GUI tools for the more powerful console, I’m looking for things that ...

Bashing Windows

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Together with Window’s anniversary update came the long awaited Ubuntu on Windows (Bash). In this post I will guide you trough on how to set this up so you c...

Oh my PoSh!

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A while ago I created PS-Agnoster because of reasons. After a while I started to play with the idea that it could be used as a base for more themes than just...

Got served? Introducing ober!

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At Build 2016, Microsoft announced that the Windows Store app submission API was coming out in preview. Being a continuous deployment freak, this was music t...