Rob Janssen

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zoxide has forever improved the way I navigate in the terminal.

For the longest time, I've used cd exclusively for navigating in the terminal. However, when it comes to nested directories, the only way to speed this up was to either use aliases or my shell history. Since discovering zoxide, that's all changed... Links: zoxide: https://github.com/ajeetdsouza/z

Stow has forever changed the way I manage my dotfiles

Managing dotfiles used to be a challenge, and despite numerous guides it was always more complex than I liked to. That was before I discovered GNU Stow, which has simplified the management of dotfiles, considerably. # Links - GNU Stow: https://www.gnu.org/software/stow/ - Video Repo: https://githu

The Absolute Minimum Every Software Developer Must Know About Unicode in 2023 (Still No Excuses!)

There Ain’t No Such Thing As Plain Text. It does not make sense to have a string without knowing what encoding it uses. You can no longer stick your head in the sand and pretend that “plain” text is ASCII.

The Easiest Scheduling for Your .NET Applications

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Pipeline-oriented programming - Scott Wlaschin - NDC Porto 2023

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MySQL's random number generator

MySQL and MariaDB have a RAND function that is supposed to return random numbers. However, the numbers it returns are not particularly random. MySQL and MariaDB both have a RAND function that returns a “random” number. From the MariaDB docs:

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This is Best Way To Create CLI Apps in .NET

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How to (and how not to) design REST APIs

Everyone seems to love best practices or rules around how to design REST APIs. But is all this guidance good advice? Well, let's find out. ?? EventStoreDB https://eventsto.re/codeopinion ?? Subscribe: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC3RKA4vunFAfrfxiJhPEplw?sub_confirmation=1 ?? Join this c

Implementing a Lock-Free Snowflake ID Generator

As a warning: I am by no means a lock-free programming expert. I did this exercise to learn more about lock-free techniques. The code I wrote may contain rookie mistakes leading to subtle bugs. If you can see any, please let me know!

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