Why choosing tiling window manager can be a good option for you and how you can get more from your operating system? Find out if it can improve your daily tasks! In this article I show why I fell in love in I3WM, how to configure it properly and use every day at work or at home. I share my i3 configuration so you can reuse it if you like!
Here are a few of my favourite Linux “performance boosters”. If you think about starting using Linux OS every day (or you are use it already) at your work then this list can help you to boost your performance. List consists of only very general things – this means I didn’t put on it any specific tools which can be helpful only in particular cases.
If you work in distributed team and do planning sessions try tool that was written a year ago by my trainees: Epoker: http://epoker.euvic.pl. We’ve got 3rd version published at the moment. I hope you can find it useful 🙂
This article will show you how to create basic environment for monitoring your distributed application in one place using Graphite and Grafana. Recently I did somehow similar configuration on CentOS Linux so I will show you how to make first step into world of monitoring in this particular OS (version… Read more »
BulletJournal is a simple yet very powerful method for organisation of daily and monthly tasks using just a regular paper notes. What I really like about it that by using it one can get very easy personal solution for regular retrospective. Just look at this video:
About three months ago I came across a tool (thanks to the Silesian JUG!) that promised to accelerate and facilitate searching and browsing over server logs. Sceptical as I was, I had a quick look at the short tutorial: Youtube Video – Retrospective Tutorial . I decided to have a closer look… Read more »