As a software developer, choosing the right operating system is crucial for a seamless and productive workflow. While there are several options available, MacOS stands out as the best choice for developers. In this blog post, we’ll take a more in-depth look at why MacOS is the best operating system for software developers.
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Why MacOS is the Best Operating System for Software Developers
The Future of Web Performance: Understanding HTTP/2
As web developers, we constantly strive to improve the performance of our websites and applications. One of the most significant advancements in recent years in this area is the introduction of HTTP/2. In this blog post, we’ll take a closer look at what HTTP/2 is and how it can help improve the performance of your web projects.
HTTP/2 is the latest version of the HTTP protocol, which is the backbone of the web. It was developed by the Internet Engineering Task Force (IETF) to address some of the limitations of the previous version, HTTP/1.1.
Creating Dynamic and Scalable Websites with React, TypeScript, and Ruby on Rails
React, TypeScript, and Ruby on Rails are powerful technologies that can be used together to create dynamic and scalable websites. In this blog post, we’ll discuss how to use these technologies to build a robust and efficient web application.
Backup Ubuntu to TAR file
If you have a Ubuntu system (whether a Server or not), you should consider keeping periodical images of the whole systems as backups; This is actually very important in the case your system has been compromised or hacked, or you simply messed up something and need to go back to a specific point in time.
However, it turns out to be a very simple process to perform. You may also want to automate that.
Un-Delete a branch in git
This tutorial will show you how to un-delete a branch from the remote repository, if you happen to delete it by mistake. This tutorial will work even if you used the
-D option while deleting which stands for force delete.