Decided to start a kind of logging of how I discover simpler and more minimal technology in web log format :)

You can find it at here

Here is the first entry of #MinimalTech on how found brutaldon for myself, what I like about it and what don't.
I called it "Getting Brütal"

One more entry on #MinimalTech. Not much of a discovery of mine, but it's worth of mentioning ^_^
This time it's on how I listen to music

After some period of time, I am switching to #mutt. Some sshort thoughts on it are in my recent #MinimalTech

Sorry it took so long, I had an awful lot of job. My mentor moved to another company, and I took part of his responsibilities. But now I'm back, think will add something new and interesting here

Ok then, I was occasionally looking at desktop environments of colleagues when dealing with some weird bugs and I have a thought about window manager modes people tent do use.

So, I set down in the evening, and wrote this:

One more entry in #MinimalTech, now about tiling window managers, yaaaay.

Hope you will enjoy it :)

I've been configuring a #termux environment on my #Android tablet and wanted to have mutt email in there too. And I didn't want to put passwords in plaintext everywhere. So, this is how I've figured the thing out. Kinda #MinimalTech, but with a bit more power 😉

So, I've got my laptop back after the cooling has got fixed. While my laptop was being fixed, I've been using an android tablet with #termux from a previous post. Here are somethings I've learnt related to #MinimalTech

A minute of love to the unix way and #MiminalTech. It is so fun and rewarding to make all the things work together the simplest way. This is how I achieved the simplest way of switching between mailboxes in #mutt without typing password every single time.

Now a look at #MinimalTech slightly from different perspective. There is low probabilty that you will be a more productive developer if you will use plain old #vim and you code in modern languages that a guy with an #IDE. (except you turn your vim into IDE) #VimVersusIDE


Vim is not an IDE so its not a proper comparison...

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