I have been using Chrome for many years now, mostly not really thinking of it as a browser but rather just a thin layer between me and the WWW.
Today I realized something pretty interesting - you can select multiple tabs by holding down the CTRL key and clicking with your mouse!
The selected tabs can be moved to another window, or moved around other existing tabs. Until now I have been moving them one-by-one like some animal!
I decided to make a list of 5 lesser known Chrome tricks (ok except CTRL + SHIFT + T).
This is a story of 3 startups, starting in 3 different ecosystems, with similar solutions for Invoice Financing.
Here we will be looking into their funding rounds to learn about the differences between the startup ecosystems of Zurich, London, and San Francisco.
In recent months, I've been working more and more with Terraform, deploying to multiple cloud providers and even combining it with Serverless projects (more on that on the next post).
Terraform allows for infrastructure automation in a way Ansible could only dream of doing.
It's incredibly simple, quite predictable, and works seemlessly with all the major cloud providers.
Too many NPM libraries are demanding to be globally installed, to name a few:
While it's sometimes very useful to have some of these components globally available,
in many cases you only need them for 1-2 projects.
In some cases, you might not have permissions to install packages globally.
The reality is, you don't need to install them globally at all! Read More...
Skip to My Current workout Routine
It's been about 10 years since I first joined a gym.
Since then, I've been constantly iterating on my workout routines, and believe I have reached an optimized version for my goal. I'd like to share this process. Starting with the goals.
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