If you open up the screenshot app via command + shift + 5, click on options and then select the new location 🙂
Here is a very neat and simple extension that totals the hours you spend in meetings in your Google calendar. It’s called “Google Calendar Time Spent”. It is not the easiest app to search for so use the exact name of it. It gives you the hours based on the various calendars you have selected.
The shortcut keys are: ctrl + j to make your json a single line ctrl + cmd + x to make your single line json back to multi line
If you are doing presentations, and you want to bring attention to certain areas of your screen, then you should look at screen pointer. The free version provides a spotlight which is great. The paid version provides other features such as laser point but in Google slides, there is a laser pointer built in.
Listing all containers: Removing all containers
TL;DR To get from this: to this: Do this: The deets Often when explaining a concept in programming, there are many ways to achieve the task. For example, Yarn or NPM package managers can be used and instructions are provided for both. There is a neat little hack where code-groups can be used to produce… Read More »
I made a mistake by downloading PostgresSQL from the official website, something I used to do in my Windows days. It worked fine but I couldn’t figure out how to manually start and stop Postgres or figure out how to run it as a service or make it not run as a service. Using brew… Read More »
TestProject is a really neat app to perform automated testing. It takes a bit of getting use to but is generally really easy to use. I had a situation where I was manually logging in every hour to get solar data in order to plot my cumulative generation. I get instantaneous output overtime from the… Read More »
https://ocw.mit.edu/courses/economics/14-01-principles-of-microeconomics-fall-2018/lecture-videos/index.htm The Cobb-Douglas Production Function Once Again: Its History, Its Testing, and Some New Empirical Values An Alternative Interpretation of the Cobb-Douglas Function Alternative Approaches to the Estimation of Production Functions and of Technical Change A COMPARISON .OF ALTERNATIVE PRODUCTION FUNCTION MODELS USING NON-NESTED HYPOTHESIS TESTS The Cobb–Douglas Production Function
Something I learnt today is that when you are passing flags into a command line application, both these syntaxes are equivalent. What is also interesting is that there are lots of other conventions such as combining all the flags together with no space. For more information refer to this useful article: https://nullprogram.com/blog/2020/08/01/