All things Cheat Sheet

Working With Git Remotes

Estimated 4 minute read

I have a repository with two remotes. origin is my personal repository and bitbucket is by BitBucket repository. The nugget of this post is to push to both branches in one command. The git remote command lets you create, view, and delete connections…

How To Craft Your Changes Into Small Atomic Commits Using Git

Estimated 8 minute read

Small, atomic commits makes it easier for code reviews, browsing the history and reverting changes. Life happens and commits can touch more lines and files than I want but the changes committed should be distinct. "Don't mix your apples with your to…

Using the tar Command in Linux

Estimated 10 minute read

I used to right-click on a zipped file and manage the archive using the GUI. Gone are those days. Now I mainly work with tar files and need a cheat sheet to remember the commands for the terminal. 😊 You can find that at the end of this post. This po…

Checking Disk Usage in Linux

Estimated 12 minute read

I had to find out much free space was available on a file system on a Linux server. Now getting this information on the GUI is simple - a few clicks, modals and stuff, but the server doesn't have a GUI so it's off to the terminal I go 😋 The other sc…

A Service Has Gone Rogue. How Do I Manage It?

Estimated 3 minute read

Once I installed a development service on port 3000 and I forgot about it. When I ran my project I couldn't start it because the port was in use. Baffled. 😕 This post forms part of a sequence of command line references that I will be writing where I…

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