Setting defaults for all your SuperAgent requests

By Josh Sherman
2 min read
javascript
nodejs
superagent

SuperAgent is an HTTP request library for both Node.js and client-side JavaScript. It’s our current choice here at CrowdSync for making requests because it’s lightweight and easy to use. Unfortunately, out of the box, it doesn’t support setting defaults on all of your requests. The simplest approach would be to […]

How to downgrade to the LTS Kernel on Arch Linux

By Josh Sherman
3 min read
linux
arch linux

I’ve been all over the place recently in regard to my love and/or hate of Arch Linux. I absolutely love the minimalism of the base install and the availability of packages. What I’m hating is that I’ve been running into some really weird system lock ups that seem to be […]

Stop trying to sell me

By Josh Sherman
4 min read
rant

I’m all about capitalism but I’m sick and fucking tired of constantly being met with the resistance from a sales person. Case in point, we moved this month and needed to transfer our Internet service. Pretty simple situation, nothing needed to change on our plan, just the address that the […]

Simple cache busting with Webpack

By Josh Sherman
2 min read
development
webpack

Here at CrowdSync, we’re huge fans of CloudFlare. As customers, we are leveraging the power of CloudFlare’s caching mechanisms. Part of our deployment process to production involving flushing the cache via the CloudFlare API. Problem there is that only solves half of the caching dilemma. Even with our CloudFlare cache […]

Stop over configuring Vim

By Josh Sherman
2 min read
vim
development
introspection

Over the year, I’ve waxed and waned with the size of my .vimrc. In the early days, it was trim but so was my knowledge of Vim. Once I learned how to disable my arrow keys, I started to configure more and more. It wasn’t until I fully understood the […]