Linux Utils Quick Reference Guides


Linux Filesystem Octal Formats Ok, I’m mostly doing this for my own references, because even after all these years of working purely on Unix based systems (mostly Darwin) I tend to forget the exact options I need. In the case of this first one, it’s not like I ever memorized every octal code besides maybe 755 and 644 for web server files. You pretty much never want to set the permission of a file to 777, perhaps only in rare cases and I mean super rare!

First there was Forestry then Waffle-Bot then, then...


No Relation, only to bears Ok so these two sources of software are completely un-related. I’ve just been on a roll these past couple weeks with discovering tools and utils I’ve decided to merge these two together in a single post. Before I carry on and start to explain how badass []() is and express the fact that I’m a bit peeved I overlooked it before, because its essentially exactly what I’ve wanted for a long time at my various day jobs.

Crypto Donations


Cryptobadges So I came across this neat little badge generator site called Cryptobadges. As the name states, it does just that! What interests me about this is, in the non virtual world of finances, donations are a slightly different ball game when it comes to taxes. They can be written off, when received can be omitted and so forth. So if one were to receive a donation in crypto-currency for services they offer would they technically be profiting?

Fresh website, fresh résumé?

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A vast selection of designs and resources for your productivity So for no particular reason tonight I decided I wanted a new resume. I found it fitting since I just launched this new website, I thought hell why not have a new resume for prospective employers to download. Well one hour later and the genius help of Toolbox for Pages. I was able to purchase a template from them and go to town!

I am a Codementor


Codementor is the open marketplace for both live 1:1 help and long-term mentorship. I’ve been mentoring and helping various developers (all levels), founders, project owners, and students on Codementor for approx. 3 years now and I absolutely love it! Teaching has something I’ve always wanted to do and I believe this platform provides that desire of mine at this point in my life. Not to mention I love getting to work on so many different types of applications, systems, and scripts.