We learn new things with every day. Someone I know told me about this habit and how it helped him and I thought it was nice to try. I’ve done it for a while in the past and then I got super busy and forgot to think about it. Something really cool happened when I discovered my past notices after a few years, I thought they are amazing, I realized how much I changed, how many things I learned and I remembered exactly how it felt that moment.
I also figured out most of the things I wrote down were hard to find and since sharing is caring I’ll be more than happy to share my findings with you.
It’s a good habit and I plan to start doing it again.
I’m curious if any of you are doing something similar and I’ll be very excited to read yours if you have it online. If so please post it in the comments sections.
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It comes a day in a developer’s life when he needs to replicate a cURL command that runs in the browser. The reasons can be numerous and I’m not here to judge anyone. Anyway, I find it useful for prototyping purposes when working with API’s.
So you know some magic is running in the background and you want to take a look “under the hood”.
You can try this in Chrome or Firefox (mine was Version 53.0.2785.143 (64-bit) ).
Next, to use it you have to paste it in Terminal.
That’s just a basic example but imagine how helpful it can be!
I’ve tried to install my blog as a WordPress install in a subfolder called /blog and I found that Nginx doesn’t do it automatically so in your /etc/nginx/sites-available/yoursite.com you have to add the following:
#1 Test the Spammyness of your Emails with mail-tester.com
A nice tool to get your email spam score. It works super simple, when you first open the site you see a random email address and you’re requested to send a test email from the email address you want to test to that @mail-tester.com email.
After you do that you check your score by clicking the big button on the screen.
On my gmail address I got a score of 7/10 and below I can see why. That helps!