I'm a fan of the Pomodoro Technique, which breaks down work into intervals that are separated by short breaks. I'm also a fan of using white-noise generators for concentration. I wanted to find something that would combine these two techniques. I found a very simple solution using the play command
What are they? They are builtin variables which hold information about the environment, the users and the system. There are two main types; shell (bash) and environmental. The scope of each is different. Shell variables are specific to the running shell and are not shared within other shells. On the
Track-list: Untitled Ron & Chez D Noom (Rene Bourgeois Braindamage Remix) Curtis Newton (DE) In Me (So Deep) [Pirahnahead's Cervix Puncher Dub] [feat. Mona Bode] Pirahnahead Aquilla Romans Shine On (Motor City Drum Ensemble Warehouse Dub) DJ T. Noom (Rene Bourgeois Braindamage Remix) Curtis Newton (DE) Wandering Squid (Original Mix)
Recently I took part in the migration of Splunk over to ELK (Elastic Search/Logstash/Kibana). One of the main road-blocks with this migration was the syntax changes that were introduce since the query language was different in the new system. Splunk uses a proprietary language called "search processing language"
For some time I have looked at moving away from Wordpress for numerous reasons (That would be for another post!). I took a look at various platforms, but most fell short of expectations. Either they were too bloated, troublesome to manage or they lack some core features. I played around