Eggs by the ounce

By Josh Sherman
5 min read
food
cooking
personal finance

Eggs. I could eat them for every meal. They are inexpensive, nutritious and versatile. Most days, I eat two eggs for breakfast. Extra large eggs. This past week I had my normal breakfast fare of about a quarter cup of spinach, black beans and turkey sausage fried up with a […]

How to tell if your shell is a subshell of Vim

By Josh Sherman
2 min read
vim
linux

If you’re like me, you use Vim. If you’re like me, you use :sh[ell]. If you’re like me, you forget that you used :sh and open Vim again. I’ve been getting better about it, but every once in a while I end up with 2 or 3 nested Vim processes […]

5 tips to help you find the confidence to start blogging

By Josh Sherman
4 min read
blogging
retrospection

Spent some time catching up with my buddy Will this past week. We both started new chapters in our lives around the same time last year and he had was curious if I had any input on things he could do to help him get to where he’s going. Starting […]

Minimalist git prompt

By Josh Sherman
3 min read
cli
git
bash
zsh

For as long as I can remember, I have had some sort of git status as part of my shell prompt. Early on I had used the canned git prompt scripts that are floating around out there. I felt they were way too bloated with the 42-some-odd glyphs that they […]