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Git the gist of it: common commands for a working workflow

Estimated read time: 30 minutes

Git is such a fascinating piece of software. It is not the only distributed version control system out there, but it is certainly ubiquitous in that category and has become a tool that must be mastered by any software developer in the modern era.


Using dmenu to Optimize Common Tasks

Estimated read time: 12 minutes

If remembering dozens of keyboard shortcuts isn’t your forte, let dmenu come to the rescue! With this awesome tool, you will be able to create menus from plain text files swiftly and effortlessly (almost).


Black: A Python Formatter to Brighten Your Workflow

Estimated read time: 4 minutes

Meet Black, a superb Python code formatter that will automatically reformat your code in accordance to PEP-8 standards.


fzf - A Fuzzy Finder to Accomplish Anything

Estimated read time: 4 minutes

Search and, most importantly, finally find what you are looking for on your machine. If you rely on the terminal a lot, fzf may well be capable of speeding up your productivity!


Suckless: Minimalist Tools That Work Great

Estimated read time: 4 minutes

I have been using a few different tools from suckless.org for a while and I must say that once everything is configured properly, they are a joy to use. Some tools, like dmenu and slock, seem simple on the surface, but they allow to simplify your workflow by quite a bit. Another one, st, is a truly fantastic and lightweight terminal!

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