I switched out my Apple peripherals for a mechanical keyboard and ergonomic mouse. It’s got a retro feel that’s awesome.
Today marks 1,000 days since I surrendered to my fight with alcohol. in these last 24,000 hours of sobriety I have learned a few things. It was the inevitable outcome of sitting with my feelings for 1,440,000 minutes (86,4000,000 seconds). Perhaps the most important thing I’ve learned through all of this – I can be […]
“Madness is something rare in individuals — but in groups, parties, peoples, and ages, it is the rule.” ― Friedrich Nietzsche The whole world seems to have gone crazy. That’s the impression that I have from what I see on social media apps. So, I deleted all of the apps. I didn’t delete accounts. I […]
It’s almost been a year since I last wrote here. A lot has happened. There’s too much to mention, but here are the highlights: Ashley and I bought a house to renovate. Ashley and I bought a dog. Ashley and I got engaged. Ashley got pregnant. Ashley sold her old place. I gained a ton […]
Luke’s final photoshoot, for the Qalo ring (as well as some lady’s apparel items that sadly didn’t feature me).
At the time of this writing (June 20, 2019), GitLab doesn’t have a feature to bulk delete issues. This is a real challenge for me right now. I’ve got builds auto-creating issues that have been ignored for months. I now have thousands of issues to remove. Save me your lectures about maintenance and architecture. Let’s […]
There’s been a ton of things going on in life lately. I can’t say everything going on, but suffice to say – it’s plenty. The Challenge I have issues with feeling overwhelmed. I have issues with not feeling good enough. I have issues with abandonment. So, lately, I’ve had a good amount of testing on […]
Latest photoshoot for the Resiliency Project. I’ve done a few photo shoots with Luke before. He’s a great photographer, and a great friend. Stoked to have some awesome sponsors for this. I’ve been a fan of graston technique since I tore my pec in 2014. The Leopard Claw’s samurai sword shape (@leopard_claw) helps reach areas […]
Another issue I commonly have to deal with in the multitudes of repositories I oversee and manage: stale git branches. Gitlab has a pretty good interface for pointing these out. The trouble here, is that it’s still a manual process to remove each of these branches. If you’ve got a team of any size working […]
So, a common issue I have is finding and removing duplicate files. Here’s a little bash script that helps clean up the mess: Let me know what you think! If you have suggestions or modifications, I’m open to them.