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Coding Mass Destruction

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GitHub's new policy on the use of its services for the creation of WMDs.

Gitea announced just last week gitea.com was now live and accepting user registrations while the Gitea development team prepares for their eventual move off GitHub. I was excited to see this as, just a few days prior, I sent some encouragement after myself leaving GitHub. Then I signed-up.

Adeng Adeng, GitHub

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Why I deleted a 10 year-old GitHub account and how I expect it will improve my development workflow in the Saka New Year.

The P20 Pro blinked itself on the morning after Nyepi, alarm sounding as the Hindu island of Bali reopened at the first new moon in March. I looked over at the planning board on the wall. Unlike the day prior, it was now filled with cards ready to be transitioned to the DONE column. Leaving GH wasn’t one.

Moved Two Sites to Octopress

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A brief reflection on two static sites unanchored from WordPress and Tumblr.

A few weeks ago I was planning to undertake a survey of front-end tools but got sidetracked with an overwhelming desire to switch to a CMS-free blogging site at work and home, and so techblog.trunkclub.com and habdas.org have now been migrated to Octopress, a hackers blog, which, when custom tailored, allows for free hosting on GitHub Pages, simple online editing with Prose.io and continuous integration with Travis-CI.

Amp Up CoffeeScript Coding with Sublime Text

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How to add syntax highlighting for CoffeeScript to the Sublime Text editor.

Sublime Text with CoffeeScript is a JavaScript developer’s dream, but one that doesn’t evaporate in the fog of sleep shortly after waking. After learning about Sublime Text at Fluent Conf 2012 during a plenary talk from Paul Irish, I immediately began looking for ways to incorporate it into my workflow. And now, after having used it for over 8 months in my day-to-day work, I wanted to share a quick primer for those who want to amp up CoffeeScript coding with Sublime Text too.

Push Upstream with EGit and Eclipse Indigo

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Using Eclipse IDE to push files to remote upstream using EGit.

While working through the EGit User Guide I ran into difficulty pushing files upstream using Eclipse Indigo SR1 (build 20110916-0149). The difficulties manifested themselves at first with an auth failed error, which was quickly resolved with a visit to Stack Overflow. But after fixing that problem I began seeing the following error while trying to push to a remote repo:

Cannot get remote repository refs.

Reason:
ssh://git@github.com:22: Passphrase for C:\Users\...\.ssh\id_rsa