• Parenthood – The journey begins

    Parenthood is a never-ending journey and every day is a new adventure into making mistakes while trying to keep some sanity. Parenthood has no rules, guidelines or even a reference guide but it is still a great thing to be a part of. I entered upon this journey on June 7. Okay not entirely but that was the day my little boy, Salvador, was born so I will count that as the actual day the journey began. I will add more and more pages as time goes on and I get time to share these little life lessons.

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  • On the git pull command

    This is one that can be a little confusing for some. I know it was for me for quite some […]

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  • Making fetch happen

    Yes, I went there. This is one command that is super neat and it’s because of what it can do […]

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  • Checking on the checkout

    As I continue to explore a few of the common git commands on this mini series I had to think […]

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  • How the clone command does magic

    In a previous post I had written out about the init command and what it does. This time around I […]

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  • More git stuffs

    The other day I was thinking random things and of course git came to mind as well. One of the […]

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  • Using PHP Composer with WordPress

    To be honest I don’t even know why I’m writing this out. For quite some time I have been looking […]

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  • A better grasp of Git

    Preface: This was mostly written out nearly 10 months prior to being published. For some time I have been trying […]

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  • Online courses

    The other day I began an online course. This course is on the C programming language. Yeah, I’m going that […]

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  • Another operating system

    The last time I posted I noted me going back to using Fedora as my main daily operating system. So […]

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  • Operating system

    The other day I was reading an article and for the life of me I can’t recall what it was […]

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