While I’m currently developing a client’s website, the root of their website has a simple coming soon page. I decided to also setup a subdomain so that I can use it as a development environment and also send it as a link to the client so that they can see a close representation of the progress and actually interact with the website.
By default it seems once you’ve installed Steam on MacOS, it automatically starts running on startup. I feel like this is really annoying, since playing a game isn’t always the first thing I want to do when I startup my machine.
One of the things I’m making to help in explaining some of the concepts in my book is a bare-bones Jekyll theme called Alpha. Alpha provides the project structure for anyone to build their Jekyll theme off of. For this reason, Alpha tries to be as unopinionated design-wise so that folks can take their designs and quickly run with setting up a theme for Jekyll.
I spent the last couple of days trying to get Arch Linux onto my 2009 Macbook Pro. Although the machine is quite old, I actually still like it. Unfortunately, Apple decided it doesn’t meet the specs for Sierra so I felt like I wasn’t getting the latest and greatest. For this reason, I wanted to breath new life into my aging machine by installing Linux on it, specifically Arch.