So, you forgot to make a git branch?
It happens to me at least once a week. I meant to make a topic branch. But I dove into the code too quickly - and suddenly I am a couple of commits into what at the moment seems like an important feature or bug fix, and I realize - I have committed to the master branch. This is a big no no in our company - bypassing code review, and a push on master most often means instant deploy.
Writing Intelligent Keyboard Shortcuts in Elisp
In my quest to get better aquainted with my new editor I decided to make some intelligent keyboard shortcuts for my blogging repository. I decided to have one keyboard shortcut that could publish the current draft (with jekyll publish) and one to create a new draft (with jekyll draft).
A Walkthrough of My Spacemacs Configuration Files
Why I gave away a domain name
Like so many of my colleagues I have a disease. I think it could be called “Idea Induced Domain Hogging”. You know that thing that happens in three easy steps. Develop gets idea, developer buys domain, developer proceeds to do nothing. What happens next depends on the individual. Sometimes you realize your mistake after one year, and stop paying for the thing. Sometimes you actually do real work and put something into the world - maybe someone actually uses it … But most often - the domain is forgotten until a reminder is sent (and my registrar sends them a lot).