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First Class Functions

Fun with first class functions in Go

November 11, 2014

There are times I need to wrap a function with extra behavior. Also I need to wrap this behavior in different ways based on...

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Casting vs Calling

My confusion surrounding casting a function into an object

May 28, 2014

Being new to Go I was confused by how some packages in Go adapt functions into objects. The net/http package provides such an...

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My tmux setup

A look at my favourite configuration settings

February 18, 2014

I have been using tmux for a couple of years now, I committed a tmux.conf to my dotfiles repo two years ago this week. I find that...

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Enumerator in Go

Implementing the Enumerator (not)

January 31, 2014

I am a big fan of the Enumerator in Ruby. So I wanted to see if there was something similar in Go. But before I...

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Getting started with Go

Resources, best practices, and diving in

December 18, 2013

Why Go?

My programing language of choice is Ruby. I just love to work with it. As a former Java developer, Ruby has made...

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My Backup Strategy

March 28, 2011

Unfortunately there is no backup silver bullet, so to ensure that I have the computers in my home backed up and secured I use...

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Extract to Git submodule

Convert subfolder into Git submodule

January 13, 2011

Recently I had the need to refactor a large repository we use at work. The layout of the repository was as follows

 ~ $ ...

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Applying changes to VIM buffers

How to apply changes to all open VIM buffers

January 13, 2011

A simple way to make modifications to a lot of file is to open all of them
in vi and apply the search and replace...

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Git: Rebase vs Merge

Using rebase instead of merge when pulling from remote

October 19, 2010

Instead of doing a regular pull

git pull# aka: git fetch && git merge remotes/origin/BRANCH BRANCH

To avoid the all the...

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SSH: Password free login

Setting up ssh keys

December 14, 2009

Step 1

On each machine type ssh somemachine.example.com and make a connection with your regular password. This will create...

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