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Vim Ultimate Editing: Multiple File Types

As I mentioned in my previous article, were multiple reasons why I chose Vim over Sublime. I wanted to focus on UltiSnips, but I realized that some ground work needs to be set first. So as the title implies, we're looking today at Vim and multiple file types.


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Terminal, Byobu and Vim: A Match Made in Heaven

When I had to choose a text editor, four years back it took me about a month to come up with a decision. I wanted to know what is the best text editor, that I am going to use for the rest of my life. This was no trivial undertaking. In the end, I had to choose between Sublime and Vim.


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Automate Your Security

As you might remember, we discussed a while back, that having automation for the mundane tasks would yield a great result in the long run. Let's go a bit more on the most mundane of them all: security.


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Make Gnome Look Like Unity in Ubuntu 18.04

If like me you switched to Ubuntu 18.04 LTS from Ubuntu 16.04 LTS, and had a small heart attack, well this article is for you. In this article we will try to get Gnome to resemble more the Unity interface. Here's what we will achieve:


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How to Easily Switch Namespaces in Kubernetes

What if instead of writing insanely long commands in the terminal to find out the namespace we're working on, there would be a command for it? Let's say kubens? With bash completion? Of course.


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Copying Data to a Specific Jenkins Node During Stage

Let's assume that during the build, you need to archive some data on a specific node. Yes, you could just rsync to it and post data, but if you already have a Jenkins agent running there, maybe there's a simpler way.


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Install ManageIQ Into Your Local Kubernetes Cluster

In order to do that, we will start with creating a deployment for it. Fortunately there is already a docker image, so creating the deployment is quite straightforward:


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RAGE - Resource Analysis and Grouping for Eclipse Release

A simple eclipse plugin that allows creating bookmarks and notes, based on the topic you want fixed. Simply add the plugin into your eclipse/plugins folder, then open the view using the Eclipse menu: Window > Show View > Other, and pick RAGE from the list.


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In the Era of Automation

Did you know that if at work you waste 10 minutes each day, for doing some mundane repetitive task, at the end of a working year you would have wasted roughly one full working week?


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Getting Started with Germanium III

The 3rd part of our 3 part series in which we'll explore how to get started in using germanium. We'll assume the only thing you have is python and a browser, and we'll go from writing the first test, to integrating the test suite in a CI/CD system, in our case Jenkins.


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