Include files in your ~/.ssh/config

By Josh Sherman
2 min read
ssh
dotfiles

Recently as I was setting up my new rig (System 76 Galago Pro, review to come, I promise) I came to realize that my SSH config, ~/.ssh/config had turned into absolute bloatware. There’s stuff in there from previous jobs and projects, stuff for servers that don’t exist anymore and worthless […]

Ten Year Blogiversary

By Josh Sherman
1 min read
blogging
retrospection

Ten. Freakin’. Years. Ten years ago today I “re-established my web presence” in the form of a blatant knock off of Daring Fireball’s design (which sadly, I couldn’t find on Archive.org’s Wayback Machine) and an abomination of an 18 sentence paragraph. I was also a little over a month away […]

Speed Comparison: GitHub vs. GitLab (2018)

By Josh Sherman
3 min read
reviews
github
gitlab

It’s been over a year since I had last compared the speed of GitHub versus that of GitLab. In that time Github was sold to Microsoft and I’ve been adopting GitLab for all of my projects (completely unrelated to the sale, I promise ;) The reason for moving from GitHub […]

How I GNOME or Why I Don't Use a Tiling Window Manager

By Josh Sherman
7 min read
linux
desktop environment
gnome

You wouldn’t believe how often somebody says to me, “you should check out a tiling window manager, I think you’d really enjoy it”. I get it, I’m that guy. I still favor the command-line for everything, I use vim and GNU/Screen. I clickety clack on a mechanical keyboard. Hell, I […]