From time to time I have a need to code after work. Sometimes I really like kicking off a new private project but I don't always have the right idea.
I thought about the things I learned while working from home during the lockdown. I wrote them down in a small list.
This sounds a bit more naughty than it actually is. But here's a neat tool I did not know about but find to be very useful: Microsoft PowerTools.
What kind of topic is that to post it here? Wait for it.
Currently there's a shirtstorm in the github repo of Microsoft's VS Code where a dude opened an issue claiming a santa's-hat-icon as offensive as a swastika. Because Christmas was responsible for jew genocide in his eyes, it's offensive for him to place a santa's hat icon in an open source code editor.
Have you ever charged your phone at a public USB port? If so, you might have got hacked. It's usual for scammers to infect public USB charging ports with malware.
Some days ago I received an email that someone logged into an old account of mine. The hoster obviously introduced 2FA, so i got a verification code.
What is .Net Core?
.Net Core is a framework from Microsoft that runs on all of the common desktop platforms. They took all of the awesome stuff from .Net Framework and left out the bloaty and unnessecary parts.
Not only is smoking bad for your health and you waste a lot of money. You also waste a ton of time to care for your smoking habits.
Some days ago, when I tried to add features to this blog I wrote more than a year ago, I was confused with the code I found. I seperated the logic that does the data aggregation but in the "view" there was just a messed up php-html-mix and it was crappy to read and even crazier to edit.
Workflowy is a tool I'm using for a long time now. Here and there I got distracted from using it but for all my personal projects workflowy finally came into play to keep track of my stuff.
Workflowy, basically, is a never ending list of tasks that you can append and manage.