Auto deploy your static Wordpress site in github!
--- Github is one of the most easiest site to host our static HTML/Jekyll sites. But this doesn't mean we can't use it for wordpress. In fact, we can use the github to host our static wordpress site. For this we need our site to be converted to HTML. In case of wordpress, the best solution is to use the plugin such as "Simply Static"
Build your personal brand as a new developer!
--- Before you say anything or stop reading, blogging is far from dead. This isn’t about getting 1,000’s of visitors to your website. This is about developing a personal brand. And ultimately, it’s about what happens when a prospective employer or customer types your name into Google.
Setup custom email for your brand for free!
--- Custom domain are easy now a days because domain names are so cheap, you can have a fancy name and fancy extension for example, yourbrandis.cool. But what about the fancy having something like email@example.com? Sounds pretty cool right? Yes, this seems exactly. You can also have such email address which will look pretty good in the CV, resume or other place you use.
Basic GIT tutorials for Windows (Beginners)
--- Version control is a system that records changes to a file or set of files over time so that you can recall specific versions later. So there are a lot of tools that actually help in VC but in this topic we will be covering with the basic topic to use, configure git and use github.
List github repo in your blog using js/jQuery?
--- GitHub is a web-based hosting service for software development projects that use the Git version control system. Our projects are stored in form of repositories which are nothing more than directory or folder as we speak. Sometimes we want to list them in our private blog or websites. But right now, github doesn't seem to offer this service. But this doesn't mean there's not any other way.
Best Linux Distro for beginners!
--- Let’s face it, Linux can pose an overwhelming complexity to new users. But then, it’s not Linux itself that brings this complexity. Rather, it’s the “newness” factor that causes this. Not getting nostalgic, but remembering my first time with Linux, I didn’t even know what to expect. I liked it. But it was an upstream swim for me initially.
Ubuntu in 10 Years old pc!
--- I had installed windows 7 but would stop working after boot if there is no internet connectivity. After connecting to Ethernet port it would stuck forever. Sort of *memory LOW* problem. Installing Ubuntu was the same like others.But tweaking it to use lowest memory(RAM) possible was my challenge. Without tweaking it would again act like windows 7 and stuck at some point.