Modifiers are flags that are set on different attributes, objects etc. within a program to control certain things like access and other functionality. There are two types of modifiers; Access – modifiers are used to set the access level for classes, attributes, methods and constructors. What that means is it will set who/what and how… Continue reading Modifiers, who, what, why, when?
The only part of a computer you can kick!
Whoops I meant root or did I? It’s less funny is you don’t get the reference – google it. Running a command and then finding you need elevated privileges can be a bit annoying but this command below can save your hassle! One step closer to becoming a command-line-ninja!
Creating directories/folders can be a laborious task if you need to make many especially if they are nested, this handy trick saves your bacon and makes life a lot easier! Easy-peasy, directory squeezy!
… it’s funny because it’s true
Cron is a time-based scheduler to execute scripts/commands on a time frame that you set. This is a neat little utility that is often over-looked for forgotten. I’ll be honest I didn’t have much experience for cron for a few years so basically forgot all there is to know! Well here is the basics anyone… Continue reading Cron!
In Java managing models and their generational usages can be a bit cumbersome when you are developing code or a system that has a lot of transitional states i.e. REST call to a API to retrieve some data to manipulate, polling from a topic to process a state change or something along the lines of… Continue reading Simple model management and generation in Java
Setting the correct git config is a good indicator of a good dev and in some areas a requirement i.e. github will verify your commits if they can prove it came from you and a source that it knows to be verified. I won’t go down the rabbit hole of git configuration as their documentation… Continue reading Setting global git config
We have all been where you are experiencing some funky behaviour in a *nix OS and little do you know you have filled up a file system because some log or process has spun out of control and is continually writing to disk. Well I done this again today without realising this is what was… Continue reading Finding and clearing out large files