Sourcing external files from your .gitconfig

If you’re like me, there’s a great chance that you have not only some public dotfiles but you also have some private stuff you don’t want the world to have open access to. I refer to these private dotfiles simple as dotprivate. I include my dotprivate files as a submodule […]

Set Vim tab spacing based on the type of file

Now that my buddy Justin is back to using vim, he’s been flooding me with questions. Loljk, but he did ask about setting the tab spacing based on the type of file he was working with. Incidentally, this was something I had just improved in my dotfiles. Back before I […]

You should totally blog about that

Hate to say it, but I am a broken record. If it’s not “OH, I actually wrote a blog post about that” then it’s “that would make a great blog post, you should write about it”. When I mention my own posts, I follow up with a link and maybe […]

Closed sourcing an open source project

Most of the time, folks are talking about making projects open source not closed. Companies use it as way to get some press and to position themselves as being altruistic by giving back to the community. I used to be that guy. Recently, I came to realize that one of […]

The soundtrack to your feelings

I’ve heard it many times before, “this album is the soundtrack to my life”. That’s not me, or at least the album that I feel that way about has yet to be produced (or I’ve yet to composure it myself? ;). That said, there are a few songs that just […]