Josh Sherman


Coding
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Fermentation too
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Vertical alignment is a waste of time

1 min read
development
programming style

As I’ve gotten older, code formatting has become less and less important to me. When I was younger, it was the world, but as of late, it’s a nice to have. What’s truly important to me is whether or not anybody is using the things I’ve built. I’m still fairly […]

Upgrade to PHP 7.x on Ubuntu 14.04 LTS

1 min read
development
php
linux
ubuntu

Upgrading to PHP 7.x (7.0 or 7.1 as of the time of this writing) is just as easy as it is to upgrade to PHP 5.6! Before we install PHP 7.x, I would recommend getting your system up to date: sudo apt-get update Next you will need to add the […]

Lawn mower won't start after winter storage

3 min read
diy

Last year was the first time in a while that I mowed a lawn. The decision to mow the lawn myself was because I couldn’t stand the idea of shelling out at least 160$ per month for something that I could knock out in around an hour on a Saturday […]

Getting suspend in Linux working on a MacBook Pro

2 min read
linux

A lot of my distro hopping as of late has been due to my inability to get my daily driver, a MacBook Pro 12,1 (2015) to suspend correctly. Each distro resulted in the same. Close the lid, the Apple logo goes dark and within a few seconds, it lights back […]

A week with openSUSE Tumbleweed

7 min read
linux

Since coming back home to Linux, I have been in search of a new distro. No, not a new distro, I want the perfect distro. Or just something better. Better would be just great. My go-to distro, Ubuntu, for the most part, has been decent to me. Sadly, it’s always […]