S.O.S.

By Jenny Sherman
6 min read
parenting
introspection
retrospection

“S.O.S. It’s going down, she’s asking questions, HELP!” This was pretty much the text I sent to Josh on the 6th of January 2017. Hello again, it’s thatgirljen, aka the wife, with another guest post. This post is about one of my many awesome parenting moments. :) The kiddo has […]

How to install the latest nginx on Debian and Ubuntu

By Josh Sherman
2 min read
nginx
debian
ubuntu

It’s been a minute since I’ve built out a new server, specifically a web server. As I ventured down the path of installing the latest version of nginx recently, I found the official documentation to be a touch lacking. The steps were clear enough, but the installation guide didn’t mention […]

GNU Screen Hotkeys vs. Tmux Hotkeys

By Josh Sherman
4 min read
cli
screen
tmux

Years ago I had finally picked up on using a terminal multiplexer as part of my day to day workflow. I started with tmux having only used screen for one off server tasks that I wanted to persist across my Internet connection taking a shit. Nothing wrong with tmux but […]

Your shell aliases may be making you dumb

By Josh Sherman
4 min read
dotfiles
cli

Maybe not, but mine definitely have been. Doubt this is a popular opinion but I’ve recently come to realization that while seemingly making me more productive, my shell aliases have the potential of making me dumb. Don’t get me wrong, I’m still a big fan of shell aliases, but I’m […]