Terminal Commands

Made a quick intro video about basic terminal commands for beginner programmers. Recently made the transition to vim and I remembered my first job out of university when I didn’t know terminal commands and how much knowing them has improved my productivity. Thought it might help someone else out there. There’s examples in there too.

20 Terminal Commands For Programmers

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All about Google Firebase. Why we need it? Features like realtime db, free hosting, 10+ auth services and many more.

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Lyrid Meteor Streak

Earth’s annual Lyrid Meteor Shower peaked before dawn yesterday, as our fair planet plowed through debris from the tail of long-period comet Thatcher. In crisp, clear and moonless predawn skies over Brown County, Indiana this streak of vaporizing comet dust briefly shared a telephoto field of view with stars and nebulae along the Milky Way. Alpha star of the constellation Cygnus, Deneb lies near the bright meteor’s path along with the region’s dark interstellar clouds of dust and the recognizable glow of the North America nebula (NGC 7000). The meteor’s streak points back to the shower’s radiant, its apparent point of origin on the sky. That would be in the constellation Lyra, near bright star Vega and off the top edge of the frame. via NASA https://ift.tt/3bxwwTR

Wikipedia article of the day for April 23, 2020

Wikipedia article of the day is 1927 FA Cup Final. Check it out: https://ift.tt/20hB4Bh Summary: The 1927 FA Cup Final was an association football match between Cardiff City and Arsenal on 23Β AprilΒ 1927 at the Empire Stadium, the original Wembley Stadium (pictured). With 91,206 in attendance, the final was the showpiece match of English football’s primary cup competition, the Football Association Challenge Cup. A concert held before the game included “Abide with Me”; singing this song before the match has since become a cup final tradition. For the first time, the final was broadcast on the radio by the BBC. Cardiff, one of the few Welsh teams taking part in the cup competition, won the match 1–0; the goal was credited to Hughie Ferguson after his shot slipped out of the hands of Arsenal goalkeeper Dan Lewis. The victory remains the only occasion the trophy, which was previously known as the “English Cup”, has been won by a team based outside England. Cardiff did not reach the FA Cup final again until 2008.