A terminal interface for exploring and arranging tabular data. https://www.visidata.org/ Short review Wired: Tired: Grouping docs https://www.visidata.org/docs/group/ Github
Category Archives: Coding
Reference: Import existing source code to GitHub
If you’ve got local source code you want to add to a new remote new git repository without ‘cloning’ the remote first, do the following (I often do this – you create your remote empty repository in bitbucket/github, then push up your source) https://stackoverflow.com/a/8012698/61902
datasette (exploring and publishing data)
An open source multi-tool for exploring and publishing data Datasette is a tool for exploring and publishing data. It helps people take data of any shape or size and publish that as an interactive, explorable website and accompanying API.
Jailer is a tool for database subsetting and relational data browsing
PlantUML – UML Diagramming Tool
Looks like a great tool to create different types of UML diagrams from simple text representations.
Linking GitHub issues to commits
Connect an issue with a commit after the commit In your issue on GitHub, just write a comment with the commit hash. For instance: Fixed with commit 61d949320fc0bf1a8dba09b3845bddcd153b1a64 https://stackoverflow.com/questions/19036161/connect-an-issue-with-a-commit-after-the-commit#26835572 Link to the issue number on GitHub within a commit message …you can use these synonyms to reference an issue and close it (in your commit …
jq is a lightweight and flexible command-line JSON processor
Grady Booch – A thread regarding the architecture of software-intensive systems.
Quoting Twitter thread by @Grady_Booch on 4th of September 2020. There is more to the world of software-intensive systems than web-centric platforms at scale.A good architecture is characterized by crisp abstractions, a good separation of concerns, a clear distribution of responsibilities, and simplicity. All else is details.You cannot reduce the complexity of a software-intensive systems; …
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Detecting if a point is inside or outside of a path
@FreyaHolmer my favourite way to see if a point is inside or outside a path, is using its winding number traverse the path from the perspective of a point and add up the amount of turning along the way if it made a full turn, it’s inside if it wound back to 0, it’s outside …
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