Port 3000 is already in use. 💣
Getting started with Rust.
Is online-only the future of events? The good and the difficult in taking a developer event online.
How splitting off into a micro repo can speed up your iterations and help you produce better results.
Avoiding unexpected date mutations by cloning.
My go-to node modules for basic command line argument parsing.
Another new thing that came to Lightroom yesterday is the Share Edit (beta) feature.
The cross-app workflow sings, and I'm excited to have Photoshop available to me as a companion to Lightroom on iPad.
So now I've got this little Node.js shelves CLI that I likely will never need again.
Spoof is a Node.js module that makes it super simple to change your MAC address on the fly. For macOS, Windows, and Linux.
Check out the Playball CLI for watching MLB games in your terminal.
Shot on a small trail hike in Garrison, NY. Created with: Fujifilm X-T20XF 50-140mm 2.8Lightroom
A pull request for bootstrapping XD plugins with the xdpm CLI.
Check out the recording of “Moving to zsh” from MacSysAdmin 2019 if you’re looking for a way in to learning about zsh, the new default shell in macOS.
I’m going with the Ghost CMS for publishing this blog.
There are multiple ways for a user to exit a modal-based XD plugin, and for your plugin’s code to handle those exits. Let’s take a look.
Shelling into a local Mac with Prompt 2 for iOS by Panic, an ssh client for iPhone and iPad.
Grepping my zsh setup teaches me that many of my shell aliases and settings are coming from Oh My Zsh.
A few basic points to keep in mind when creating modal dialog UI for XD plugins.
I went through Armin Briegel’s “Moving to zsh” yesterday. It was illuminating, particularly in regard to zsh vs Oh My Zsh features. Take a basic example: aliases.
Since macOS has now moved from bash to zsh, it seems like a fine time to revisit the basics of my preferred shell.
It's the Saturday after Adobe MAX, coming down from what is a very busy time each year, so I wanted to start somewhere simple: my Terminal.